Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Sorry, but $150 is too much to pay for a "smart running watch" that's really just a display and remote for your phone.
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.
Lex Friedman's Pebble still hasn't arrived, but he doesn't mind: The MetaWatch Frame smartwatch suits him just fine.
The Pebble is a cool, geeky electronic watch that might end up being a whole lot more if the company can make good on its software promises.
We put three programmable thermostats to the test to find out which is the most powerful, flexible, likely to reduce your energy bill.
Offering a nice complement of connectivity options, the DS1 docking station lets you turn your Thunderbolt MacBook into a full-fledged desktop workstation without having to spend $1000 on Apple’s Thunderbolt display.
The FlashBack X4 is a ton of fun. It sounds great whether using it as a looper or as a delay.
Our 28th annual Eddys recognize the year's 21 greatest Apple-related products for work, entertainment, mobile use, and creative tasks.
The original Jawbone Up was a disaster. But the re-released model fixes the problems with its predecessor, and combines with the companion iOS app for a very nice and stylish fitness tracker.
The Striiv Play smart pedometer works with a free app to track your steps, stairs, distance, time, and calories.