Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
One company says its "smart belt" can track a wearer's health
The smartwatch that lets you snap on your own components shows a little more progress at CES.
The final prototype of the Avegant Glyph is at CES. This mobile theater looks like a pair of headphones that fit over your eyes Geordi LaForge style.
Monster claims it was fraudulently eased out from a development deal with Beats ahead of Apple's acquisition.
The self-balancing sort-of scooter is the Segway's smarter, cheaper, app-connected cousin.
These insanely lightweight and durable readers grip your nose, then slide right into smartphone cases when you're done.
The NW-ZX2 runs Android and supports the Hi-Res audio format.
Binatone has developed a smart collar that can let people track, train and communicate with their dogs
The concept headphones automatically select songs that match a runner's heart rate
PCWorld walks the CES 2015 show floor before the show opens for business, giving you a sneak peek of what everyone else will see.
The bet on solid, mid-range handsets is paying off for the Taiwanese company.
Balance and flex sensors collect data about each ride, and the app can even overlay that data on a video of your run.
With help from Martian, Guess Connect watches get notifications, voice commands and music controls.