The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: Innovations of CES 2015

It’s that crazy time in January where herds of technophiles truck to Las Vegas to check out the latest innovations at the biggest tech show of the year. Here is our list of the Good, the Bad, and the downright Ugly gadgets at CES 2015.

The Good

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Withings Activité Popo: a fashionable smart watch that you actually would want to wear.

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Curie: Intel’s magic button that is super small and packed with sensors and Bluetooth. Will the marriage of fashion + tech finally take off?

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Roost Battery: this battery turns any device into a connected one, like your smoke alarm.

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Nixie: the evolution of the selfie stick is apparently the wearable drone. Now you can properly document your rock-climbing adventures for Facebook.

The Bad 

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Parrot Pot: the way overly connected potted plant.

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Baby Glgl: $100 smart baby bottle to tell you… how much you’re feeding your baby.

The Ugly

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Belty, the bulky smart belt that tightens and loosens to match your waistline needs. Thanksgiving dinners- no problem!

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Rocketskates: go 10 miles per hour with these anything but discreet skates.

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