Tech Trends: A rundown of the latest apps and gadgets this September

Oculus Quest

Oculus Quest is a virtual reality headset created by Oculus VR. Offering six degrees of freedom and Touch controllers, Oculus Quest makes it easy to jump right into the action—with no PC, no wires, and no external sensors.

Smartech Segway Drift W1

The Segway Drift W1 e-Skates are lightweight, portable and extremely unique. Designed for maximum comfort and fun the Drift W1 is the perfect product to usher in a new type of personal transportation.

Fujifilm GFX 100

As its name conveys, the GFX 100 incorporates a 102-megapixel image sensor, which not only doubles the megapixel count of the GFX 50S (and GFX 50R) camera, but the sensor also comes equipped with a new hybrid phase-detect autofocus system. It is also the world’s first mirrorless medium-format camera to include in-body image stabilization and 4K/30p video.

Jaxjox KettlebellConnect

The JAXJOX KettlebellConnect is a smart kettlebell that allows you to add or drop weight in seconds, saving you time and space, so you can work out anywhere.



If you are someone who spends a considerable amount of time glued to Chrome, then Crono is the app for you. This tool cleverly replicates your phone notifications to your browser.

Glitch Lab

Glitch Lab brings well known effects as well as novel ideas to the world of digital glitch art, following the philosophy of simplicity, power and control of its predecessor apps.


Fortnite has come to mobile! Squad up and compete to be the last one standing in Battle Royale, or use your imagination to build your dream Fortnite in Creative.