Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
The Vive is the only VR setup I've tried immersive enough to trigger my incredible fear of heights during a demo at CES 2016.
Audio algorithms help make cheap earphones sound good and high-end headphones sound even better.
Two different Bluetooth trackers can help you find lost keys, wallet, even your smartphone. Both do a good job -- but they have a significant limitation that can prevent you from finding missing items away from home.
Apple's pressure-sensitive writing tool is at once completely sophisticated and totally easy to use.
Take a closer look at Apple's mega-tablet, the iPad Pro with the Smart Keyboard and Pencil.
Technology is making it easier than ever to create and enjoy music. Here's some of our favorite hi-tech gear designed for artists, music lovers, and anyone in between.
The world of wireless charging is about to get a lot more electric. CIO.com's Al Sacco presents several wireless charging options that make great, affordable holiday gifts for the techie on your list.
The iPad sensor from Occipital has new iOS apps that use 3D scanning to measure rooms, ship items, and even take next-gen family portraits.
Uniden's system has nice hardware. Too bad the software isn't up to par.
This breathing monitor can help you recognize and better manage your stress level.
Determine your golf handicap and figure out what areas you can focus on to see the most improvements.
Intelligent clothing promises to improve your athletic performance, but practical solutions like fitness trackers and running apps are more useful.
These scales can track your weight, body fat percentage, and more, and you can access the data on the Web or through an iOS app.
Stepping beyond simple activity and sleep tracking, Voyce records heart and breathing rates to build a comprehensive view of your dog's health over time.
Some feel a little more 1.0 than others, but you're stuck with all 20 whether you like 'em or not.
The Apple Watch excels as a fitness tracker and remote control, but it's hampered by app loading times and home screen clutter.
The Apple Watch's little annoyances are harder to ignore than the iPhone's, iPad's, and Mac's, because you're wearing them right on your wrist.
If the Apple Watch is just too expensive and Android Wear somehow offends you, you may dig Alcatel's $150 smartwatch response. Just prepare for compromises.