Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Susie's cold is finally gone, Apple put out a sweet new iPod touch, and Glenn used apps to turn his rental car into KITT from Knight Rider. Good times.
People who don't consider themselves techies are big fans of the Apple Watch.
New iPods are available to order today, with a refreshed iPod touch starting at $199.
Microsoft Research believes that the key to extending wearable battery life is eliminating writing data to and from flash memory, using a system called WearDrive.
Hello Heart's watch users are more likely to input their blood pressure data than their iPhone-only counterparts.
Can wearable technology really help exercise haters get off the couch?
A new generation of drones is smaller and more affordable, but has serious drawbacks.
DisplayMate's shootout found the Apple Watch's sapphire crystal reflects more ambient light than the Ion-X glass on the Apple Watch Sport, making the expensive watch's display appear washed out in comparison.
The ban takes effect at Disneyland and Disney World—and at Disney's Paris and Hong Kong locations—next week.
Apple device owners can get their iPhone, iPad or Watch replaced if it stays below 80 percent battery capacity.
Waiting for the next-generation Apple Watch doesn't sound like a bad idea if these new features are any indication.
Apple's off to a much stronger start than its smartwatch rivals, at least according to a third-party estimate.
Sick of the Sport and can't afford the Milanese Loop? Try a band not made by Apple.
You can still reserve a Watch online, but you can make the actual purchase in person, shortening wait times.
WatchOS 2 borrows liberally from Pebble's chronological data stream, but with some big differences in execution.
After a well-funded Kickstarter campaign, Pebble's real test begins as it takes its next smartwatch to retail.