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Sony PlayStation 4

Microsoft Xbox One

Philips Hue

Dropcam Pro

Sphero 2

Slingbox 500

Ricoh Theta

Anki Drive

Nest Learning Thermostat (2nd Generation)

Pivothead Durango

Nike FuelBand SE

Sony HMZ-T1

Sony's next-gen gaming console finally hits store shelves on November 15.
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The Xbox One comes out a week after the PS4 -- on November 22.
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The Philips Hue lighting system brings mood lighting to the 21st century -- it lets you wirelessly control color-changing LED lights with an app on your smartphone or tablet.
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Dropcam's latest "smart" video monitoring camera delivers an even sharper image.
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If you've ever dreamed of having a remote control ball, the next-generation Sphero's ready to roll.
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The Slingbox remains one of those tech toys that hometown sports fans can't live without when they're on the road. The 500 is the top of the line.
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There's a panorama shot and then there's a true 360-degree shot, which is what Ricoh's funky Theta camera gives you.
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Anki Drive, the remote-control slot-car racer without the slots, made its debut at Apple's iPhone 5S launch event, which is a pretty good place to make a debut.
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The sexiest, most high-tech thermostat got even more high-tech.
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Google Glass may still be $1,500, but if you're just looking for sunglasses that have a discreet embedded video camera, the $299 Pivothead Durango is arguably a better alternative.
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Meet the $149 Nike+ Fuelband SE, the second edition of the popular Fuelband fitness accessory which is more water resistant and tracks sleep (it's due to ship November 6).
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Sony's announced a new, higher end head-mounted display, the HMZ-T3W, which is expected to ship this year in some parts of the world for around $2,000. But in the meantime you can get the more affordable HMZ-T1.
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