Chinese company Letv doesn't just make smartphones, it also has a smart bike that monitors your fitness and has fingerprint ID technology to keep your bike secure (how exactly, I'm not quit sure).
Coding is cool, I guess?
Just in case you want to get your tykes started extra early, Fisher Price Code-a-Pillar (Get it?!) uses the toy's segmented body to teach coding. By connecting the various parts together the toy will act in different ways.
You can control the settings of Luma's Wi-Fi router via a companion app while skipping the often bewildering settings menus you find in most routers. The hexagonal device also promises deep parental controls and tracking.
Cut through the noise
Doppler Lab's Here Active Listening earbuds will adjust your music based on where you are to cut out different kinds of background noise.