Foldable, adjustable, and secure, the Immotor Go Electric Scooter is an ideal short-range transport for the urban commuter. For starters, it has three wheels and active suspension, so balancing while riding is easy, even while reaching the limits of its 20 mph top speed. Dual smart batteries give it a range of up to 20 miles, can be easily removed/replaced, and can also power anything that hooks to a normal outlet with a simple conversion kit. Finally, it uses your smartphone as a key, with fingerprint authentication required for battery removal, it's own active data connection with GPS, and the ability to let friends and family borrow it through the app, which is a far more secure setup than just handing someone the key to your bike lock.
Google's G Suite of online tools like Gmail, Google Docs, and Google Drive are designed with collaboration in mind. Yet there's one central point of office collaboration they have yet to touch: the whiteboard. The Google Jamboard is meant to fix this. A 55-inch 4K touchscreen, it links up a companion app running on iOS or Android, letting co-workers see a real-time feed of the board and add their own notes, doodles, and photos. You interact with the board using a passive stylus or your hand, it can change your writing into searchable text and straighten out your shapes and symbols automatically, and everything gets saved up to Google Drive, so Dave from accounting has no excuse when he claims not to remember what you talked about at the last meeting.