Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
A compact multi-port charger offers 60 watts of charging across two USB-C and four Type-A ports.
Pixie turns finding lost keys, devices, pets, or just about anything else into a fun augmented reality game using small teardrop-shaped Bluetooth trackers and a companion iOS app.
Simple, useful, and affordable smart sensors: GuardPeanut provides basic protection, while ThermoPeanut monitors the temperature in a wide range of environments.
Billed as “the world’s loudest Bluetooth tracker,” Chipolo Plus makes it easy to find your wallet, luggage, keys, phone or anything else you can attach it to within seconds.
Zus Smart Car Charger combines lightning-fast charging for up to two devices at once with convenient, connected features that help save money on parking tickets and more.
The Secur SP-6000 Ultimate Solar Charger combines two portable, high-efficiency solar panels with a built-in 10,000 mAh battery capable of charging an iPhone up to five times on a single charge.
Working Mac's Jeff Battersby has more gear for your tech toolkit.
Clamshell protection for Powerbeats or other wireless earbuds, along with an internal battery for recharging.
Clipboard style smartpad bridges the gap between handwriting and keyboarding, but clunky software tarnishes the results.
A slim, keychain-friendly disc made of lightweight, anodized aluminum that can be used to find lost or misplaced belongings.
In this quick video review, CIO.com Managing Editor Al Sacco goes hands-on with the Uno Noteband wearable notification monitor and fitness tracker.
The X7 provides access to files and formats that some players—incuding Apple's—don't support.