Amy-jo Crowley: Five Internet of Things devices you’ve never heard of

Source: ..."The Situ food nutrition scale is designed to help users weigh their food and see nutritional information on their iPad via an accompanying app.
AwoX, a provider of multimedia interconnection technologies for the home, released an LED light bulb that doubles as a Bluetooth speaker.
French startup Cityzen showed off a sports shirt embedded with multiple sensors at Mobile World Congress in February it claims can record a player's heart rate, GPS location, temperature and speed.
Dental hygiene firm Oral-B showed off a smart toothbrush this year at Mobile World Congress it claims sends information to your smartphone as you brush.
Startup Jawbone released an updated version of its activity tracker in March, which tracks your sleep, eating patterns and activity in efforts to make you healthier."