Moov's latest wristband offers six months of battery life, real-time coaching feedback, and support for swimming, cardio boxing, and bodyweight workouts.
It doesn't make beer on demand, but the Zymatic does remove friction from home brewing by grabbing recipes online, and automating complex steps.
Count the number of alkaline batteries in your house. Now consider replacing those batteries eight times less often. If Batteriser delivers, it could be a game changer.
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.
Because even hardcore, fitness-focused wearables need to keep up their appearance.
Cur takes time-tested TENS technology, and puts it on a simple patch to block pain signals at their source.
With awesome manual camera settings and a removable battery, the LG G4 is one of the best phones of the year. It's packed with great features, but has LG done quite enough to match Samsung's best?
Using optical recognition and weight sensors, the Fitly SmartPlate promises to tell you exactly how much protein, carbs and fat you're eating in every meal. But will it really work?
Forget about Teslas, Google cars and Apple cars. The 2017 Ford GT is a high-tech tour-de-force, and Ford does it all with a gasoline engine, lightweight materials and advanced aerodynamics.
Microsoft's holographic experience is downright wild. Join me on my journey through my most intense tech demo ever.
Hands on with activity-tracking luxury watches from Frederique Constant and Alpina. They'll record step and sleep data, and last more than two years on a single built-in battery.
Google's latest Android Wear update adds four compelling user experience enhancements. iPhone support is still a no-show, but a source tells Greenbot it's very much on the table.
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.
The Alfa Romeo 4C is a straight-up diss of high-tech car trends, but it's exactly what the automotive industry needs if enthusiast-focused performance cars are to survive.
Consider this a plea from a TAG Heuer fanboy: Don't ditch moving parts. Instead, integrate a leaner, meaner Android Wear for the best of both worlds.