Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
New Android and iOS apps will share REM sleep data for users of the B1 and Carbon Steel Edition Basis bands.
Wozniak was invited on a speaking engagement to help inspire the company's engineers.
Google is snapping up Nest, the company that makes connected smoke alarms and thermostats which you control from mobile phones.
Manufacturers are primed to release so many smartwatches, smartglasses, and activity trackers that you'll quickly run out of enough body parts to support them all.
Will Google's $3.2 billion investment in the Internet of Things market have privacy implications for Nest's customers? Nest, naturally, says no.
This game is a demonstration of autonomous-driving technology right on your living room floor. Oh, and it's a blast to play.
The 9-gram sensor fits on the end of tennis racket and records everything from the speed of your swing to how much spin you put on the ball.
Can't sing? No sweat. Singtrix processes your vocals and adds hilarious effects. You can even harmonize with yourself.
We've spent the past week in Las Vegas looking at the products unveiled at the annual Consumer Electronics Show. These 10 stand out from the crowd.
With four app-based games, this little bot is sure to spice up family game night.
From smartwatches to smartglasses to wrist-worn activity trackers, wearables helped define CES 2014—and taught us a few things about product design.
PCWorld and TechHive editors have spent the past week at International CES. Here are the 10 products that stand out from the crowd.
This wrist-worn mobile phone and smart locator can help parents know where their kids are, including push notifications when they arrive home safe.
The LED bulb removes blue hues of light that can keep you up at night, while another product -- the Alert & Awake Bulb-- helps you get started on your day.
You can control the Bluetooth Fighting Robot with a handheld device, using infrared light to do battle with a robotic adversary.
Using an app on your iOS device, you can adjust the lighting in this LED lamp to any of 50 settings and even stream music from your mobile device. An Android version arrives next month.
How is your loyal pet feeling? The Voyce pet monitor can give you an idea.
Use your smartphone to tell the iPot exactly what to make, what cooking style to use, and how long to cook it for.
By pairing heart rate monitoring with data storage, Epson adds a new twist to the wrist-worn activity tracking market.
It looks like a pretty bracelet, but Netatmo's June serves another purpose -- it can warn you if you're getting too much exposure to the sun's rays.
Using a mobile app, you can adjust the settings on this LED lamp's color and brightness; it also lets you stream your own music.
Iconic smartwatch pioneer shows it won't willingly cede mindshare in the ever-hotter wearables market.