Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
It's not pretty or even cheap, but this serviceable activity-tracking wristband offers special data-syncing with the Runtastic Pro mobile app.
June pairs with an iPhone app to warn you about sun exposure, so you can cover up or put on sunscreen before it's too late.
This connected scale doesn't just weigh your food. It shows you how every ingredient and every meals balances carbs, protein, and fat.
In a wearables world that pays more attention to prototypes, beta products and fleeting rumors, LG's marriage of fitness data and audio playback shows retail gear can actually deliver the goods.
The explore is a cutting machine for do-it-yourself projects.
Sorry, but $150 is too much to pay for a "smart running watch" that's really just a display and remote for your phone.
For the same price of this one-note smart running watch, you could get a Pebble that has a ton more features
These high-tech notebooks and gadgets—plus one piece of software—will help you stay on top of your study game this semester.
Forte is a USB audio input device for music production.
The Dyle mobile TV receiver for the iPhone and iPad is a nice idea, but it has too many limitations to make it useful for most people.
Fitbit's Flex is its first wrist-worn tracker. Can it compare the to other Fitbit trackers and the Jawbone Up?
PhotoFast's i-FlashDrive HD connects to both iOS devices and laptops for easy file transfers.