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February 02, 2015 15:17 ET

Live From the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show

LAS VEGAS, NV--(Marketwired - Feb 2, 2015) - Cat Schwartz, the Hi-Tech Mommy, shares the hottest technology at the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show.

There is so much new technology this year, including an innovation that is currently pending FDA pre-market review. TempTraq is the only wearable, wireless thermometer in the form of a soft, comfortable patch. It continuously monitors temperature and sends alerts via Bluetooth to parents through the free TempTraq app. No one wants to disturb their sick, sleeping child. With this device, parents get the peace of mind and their sick children the rest they need to get better.

Something else big this year are TVs, and especially LG's OLED TVs. These TVs offer the best picture quality of any ever made. OLED TVs excel at all three pillars of picture quality by producing an infinite contrast ratio, life-like color, and 4K resolutions. This all gives you the most realistic picture you can get. The best is, there is a variety of OLED TVs with curved, flat or even flexible configurations.

Fitness technology is hot, and a great option for anyone trying to achieve their fitness goals is the TomTom Multi-Sport Cardio watch. It has a built-in Heart Rate Monitor so you can get more out of every run, bike ride, and swim. Users can get accurate heart rate information without a bulky chest strap. Plus you can track your distance, time, pace, speed, and calories burnt on this extra-large display.

Another big trend is technology for smart homes. A gadget perfect for your smart home is Kwikset's Kevo, a bluetooth-powered smart lock. The Kevo app turns your smartphone an electronic key, so you can lock and unlock your deadbolt quickly with just a touch. This spring, they are releasing Kevo Plus, which enables remote locking and unlocking from anywhere in the world whether you're on vacation or on the way to work. It's definitely gives peace of mind to be connected to your home while you're away.

With the idea of the connected home growing, there are even more gadgets coming on the market like the RemoteLync from Kidde Fire Safety. This listens for a smoke or carbon monoxide alarm, and sends a message to your iOS or Android devices. What's great is, there are no ongoing costs, and it connects with all UL-approved alarms. Plus, you only need one of these for most homes.

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