Losing a furry friend at night can be frustrating and scary, but the Halo Mini, a slick LED collar making a showing on Kickstarter, might be what the veterinarian ordered.
Readers may remember us writing about a camera built to be strapped to an animal so you can pry into its private life. Well we got one sent in, and yes: we strapped it to a cat.
Sox the cat, who belongs to Crave UK writer Nate Lanxon, tried out the Pet's Eye View Cam. Here's what he saw.
We strapped a camera to a cat's head to see what he got up to when we weren't around. It's the Pet's Eye View Camera, and it costs £40
The Pet's Eye View camera makes it easy to keep track of your dog when you're not around.
The basic versions of Adobe's flagship Photoshop and Premiere software have been updated with new features, including Content-Aware Move and pet-eye correction.
The "Pet-Eye View Digital Camera" can also find out if your dog or cat has been up to no good.
The pet communication system not only features live two-way video, it also gives out tasty treats and a variety of scents to entertain your furry companion.
Tap into your competitive side -- or your kids' -- with a smart gaming toothbrush that encourage you to scrub your chompers en route to a new high score.
The next best thing to texting your pooch is getting an alert when they go astray. Hey, it isn't stalking if it's your pooch!