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Past articles by James:

Omura's Series 1 cannabis vaporizer uses 'flower cartridges'

Cannabis vaporizers have come a long way. As weed becomes legal in more states, companies are free to devise new methods to administer the herb. Enter Omura and... → Read More

DJI Osmo Action review: A worthy GoPro rival

DJI's first action camera comes with two displays. → Read More

The next frontier for cannabis vapes: mood-specific formulas

"In New York, my bicycle messenger really had two types of cannabis. It was either green or brown." Michael Ray is the CEO of Bloom Farms, a California-based ca... → Read More

Amazon Kindle review (2019): The Paperwhite gets a run for its money

Amazon's cheapest Kindle should be a crowd-pleaser. → Read More

Dispatches from MWC: Six things that don't fold

Did you hear? They're making foldable phones now! Yes, it's the unavoidable bendy trend of the show for sure, but there's plenty more going on here in Barcelona... → Read More

GoPro Plus now offers unlimited uncompressed video storage

When GoPro launched Plus -- it's subscription service for cloud storage -- it was a modest offering. For $5 a month, you could store a bunch of your photos and... → Read More

Now there's a handheld filter to kill your massive vape clouds

If you made the switch from "analog" tobacco to e-cigarettes, congratulations, you've likely done your lungs a solid. The rest of the world? Not so much. Despit... → Read More

Native Instruments’ Traktor DJ 2 breaks free from the iPad

Last fall, Native Instruments gave its DJ and production hardware a significant refresh, especially at the entry level. Today, the company is introducing a seco... → Read More

Akai Force is for DJs and producers that want to ditch the laptop

Akai made its name around the early 90s thanks to its line of relatively affordable S-series samplers and the (now legendary) MPC. Since then, the company has c... → Read More

GoPro's Nick Woodman is happy he gave away a million dollars

​​​​GoPro's Nick Woodman is happy that there's nothing to report. After an eventful few years, 2018 was pretty much back to business as usual. That doesn't... → Read More

Eargo Neo is a hearing aid you might actually want to wear

Six years ago I faced a choice: Risk facial paralysis, or potentially lose some hearing in my left ear. I opted for the latter, and two surgeries later, my abil... → Read More

PAX Labs CEO on how technology will demystify cannabis

PAX makes some of the most popular cannabis vaporizers around. By fusing technology, with innovative software, the company hopes to take the mystery out of... → Read More

Samsung's 'Bots' and exoskeleton hint at the future of care

At Samsung's press conference, the day before CES officially opened, there was the usual parade of smart home gadgets and appliances. Then right at the end,... → Read More

FightCamp is a home boxing gym for the fitness tracking generation

​​​​​​The first rule of FightCamp? According to the enthusiastic trainers on hand here at CES: always talk about FightCamp. And, for good reason, because i... → Read More

Kohler's Alexa-enabled Sensate faucet quenches thirst on command

In 2019, more than ever, we're expecting to see Alexa in everything. The Sensate faucet from Kohler is the latest example of where Amazon's voice assistant can... → Read More

Whill's next personal electronic vehicle drives itself

Whill released its first personal electric vehicle in 2016 (in Japan, it came west the following year). Since then it has released new models with different aud... → Read More

NuraLoop packs personalized sound into wireless buds

Nura's first headphones were certainly a conversation starter. The hybrid design mixed over-ear design, with in-ear buds. The wireless headset's main trick, how... → Read More

Unagi's high-end electric scooter is a mix of design and power

I place one foot onto the narrow deck and briskly push with the other. As I press a lever with my right thumb, the handlebars I'm gripping jolt forward. Fortuna... → Read More

Kindle Paperwhite review (2018): A classic, updated

Until now, the Kindle Paperwhite had three mortal enemies: water, airplane seatback pockets (just me that keeps leaving them on planes?) and book snobs. While t... → Read More

GoPro Hero 7 Black review: An action camera for the social age

The Hero 7 Black adds live streaming a smooth stabilization. → Read More