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The iHeart. (Supplied Photo)

iHeart lets you see how old you are on the inside

Apparently, I'm 34 years old. That's not according my birth certificate which says I was born in 1976, but to a consumer medical device called the iHeart, which measures internal age.

The DeWalt MD501 phone. (Supplied)

DeWalt makes a phone you can kick around

Do you often drop your phone on the floor, accidentally kick it around the room and then, after you finally manage to pick it back up, have it slip out of your hands again and fall into the sink or toilet?

A model poses for photographs with HTC 10, an Android-based smartphone during its launch event in Taitung, Taiwan April 12, 2016. REUTERS/Tyrone Siu

HTC 10 not a perfect 10 — but close

Simplification is the key word when it comes to the HTC latest flagship smartphone. Called the HTC 10, dispensing with the company's annoying HTC One branding, which basically named every phone the same thing, and has a cleaner look than its predecessors.

Basis Peak fitness and sleep tracker. (Supplied)

Basis Peak wristband a good option to help you keep fit

I've never been a big fan of exercise. I own an elliptical and force myself to use it a few times a week, but it's always felt like a chore, like doing the dishes or taking out the garbage — but with a less immediate result. So I wasn't sure what I'd get out of the Basis Peak.