The infant swing gets turned on its head and stocked with sensors to keep baby happy.
The multisport sensor and platform from Zepp Labs is designed to give baseball and tennis players, as well as golfers, the most information possible about their swing.
At CES 2014 in Las Vegas, CNET's Daniel Terdiman gives us a first look at the Zepp Multi-Sport Sensor, a device that helps you with your baseball, golf, or tennis swing.
CES has a new startup section, and it's packed with garage tinkerers trying to live out their dreams. A few of note include lens maker Kogeto, rubber-ring maker TxtRng, and robotics company Ologic.
It's the premiere of our brand-new show focusing on all the hottest mobile applications for all platforms. But the most important question is, "Will you tap that?"
Hackers, programmers, gamers, and overall dweebs have reason to rejoice. It's Geek Pride Day, when geeks the world over are supposed to revel anew in everything that makes them misunderstood by the other half.
General Motors announces the 2011 Chevy Cruze is being built at GM's Lordstown, Ohio, plant. The Cruze will be available later this month.
The social network is live-streaming Major League Baseball games for free until opening day in a test of its promotional power, says MLB.com.
A long press day at CES 2011 was filled with press conferences, splashy product announcements, and cat naps. Here are a few choice shots from the day.
Kodak is swinging into Vegas with a sharp young pair of 1080p mini-camcorders: the elegant, 5-megapixel still-shooting PlayFull and the waterproof, pool-party ready PlaySport.