Razer joins the $50 wearable fray with fitness tracking and notification alerts, but neglects a few obvious features along the way.
The smartwatch that lets you snap on your own components shows a little more progress at CES.
Dish’s new Internet video service is a big step toward breaking up big channel bundles, but don’t expect all the comforts of cable.
A trio of former Googlers try to make Android more work-friendly, with help from a familiar-looking hybrid.
Ditched cable and miss flipping the channels? Channel Master’s DVR+ box may soon offer an Internet equivalent.
With help from Martian, Guess Connect watches get notifications, voice commands and music controls.
The Vibe Band VB10 has a long-lasting E-Ink display and classy curved design, though it’s best-admired from afar.
The $40 clip-on wearable vibrates for notifications from your favorite apps--and that’s about it.
New “Epson Active” line includes a watch that tracks runners’ strides and a swing analyzer for golf clubs.
Garmin's latest fitness-tracking wristband isn't much different from its predecessor, except for its audible displeasure over your sedentary lifestyle.
The $250 box hooks up to home routers and beams video to tablets and set-top boxes, though it still has some added costs.
Garmin's epix and fenix watches aim at extreme sports enthusiasts, while the vivoactive takes on more leisurely pursuits.
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From gigantic smartphones to virtual reality, here are the products, companies and ideas that emerged victorious in the tech world this year.
After years of prognostications about cloud gaming that have never quite panned out, GRID is an exciting proposition.