When connected objects threaten the web.
After watches, cars and even furniture, connected suitcases will soon be the next innovation to invade our everyday lives to make life easier for travelers.
CES 2016 was all about drones and virtual reality. But it doesn’t stop there... Here are the ten products that stood out for us.
So you’ve got a new smartphone? The Collective gives you some tips on how to make the most of your new pocket companion.
Stop losing your belongings: your smartphone can find them for you.
Do you suffer from the blues and lack energy during the winter? The Collective has selected 7 connected objects for light therapy that will give you a boost.
Noisy neighbors? Craving quiet? Hush filters out annoying sounds but allows you to hear “important” noises, such as a baby crying.
Just one click on the smartphone takes you from established geek to experienced gardener. You just need to follow these apps and connected objects.
A gold-plated hard drive, jewel-encrusted headphones, outstanding smartwatch or bling controller, our selection of crazy objects combining luxury and technology.
These incredible interactive connected shoes capture your activity data and help you to find your bearings or control the temperature of your feet.
Sleep, light, clean air, less household tasks: there are many connected objects that can improve our daily lives at home. Our overview.
The proliferation of networked devices and interactive wearables is causing power consumption to skyrocket. Here are some tips for a greener lifestyle.