Don't-Miss Hardware Stories
A new MacBook dock can handle a 4K display, VGA, and Ethernet, but lacks passthrough power.
Heading to college? Take the right tech. We'll tell you what Macs and iPads to buy today—and what to pass on until it's updated.
The Oasis makes reading a pleasure, but its free 3G only works inside the United States.
This camera's attempt to be inconspicuous is marred by usability and image quality issues.
Five customizable buttons and two scrollwheels make this mouse very handy.
All it takes to edit a video is a shake of your iPhone.
Using proprietary software, these earphones augment audio to create a personalized experience, based on how we hear different frequencies.
Connect to this display using USB-C.
The Radeon RX 480 democratizes the pixel
Faux-leather accents and clean, white lines are nice, but the accessories fall short in some key ways.
Intel's Broadwell-E sets a new standard with its 10 cores' worth of horsepower. It'd better be fast, for the price you'll pay.
By focusing on style and nailing the basics, Fitbit has a winner with the new Alta fitness band.
Misfit's focus on fashion hobbles the Ray, which relies on vibration and LED lights to communicate with you.
CIO.com's Sarah White takes a closer look at Microsoft's Surface Pro 4 all-in-one device to see how it fits into enterprise IT.
This $180 scale gives you a "mini annual physical" every day, which is probably more than most people need. But it's really, really cool.
A versatile mini-tripod for smartphones and GoPro cameras that’s small enough to take with you almost everywhere.
Philips says its 276E6 display is the world's first 'quantum dot' monitor, and it's designed to deliver pro-quality colors at a consumer price point. This short video review shows how the E6 shines — and where it falls short.
Seven point two billion transistors. State-of-the-art 16nm process. And nothing but absolutely pure bad-assery.
For serious writers and artists, the iPad Pro and Apple Pencil combination is impossible to beat. But Adonit's stylus wins for backwards compatibility and improved features.
It's the start of summer travel season, and you don't have to leave your laptop behind.
VR is finally here, and it's sure to make you the most popular nerd on the block.
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 Engage Folio Lux's see-through backing does let you see all of your iPhone, but unfortunately that's not enough to make up for its shortcomings.