Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
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.
If you're looking for Android Wear, it isn't here. The Z1 offers basic fitness tracking and notifications on your wrist for only $80.
Motorola’s fitness-focused smartwatch gives up style and customization for run tracking. It’s not a great tradeoff.
The Vive is the only VR setup I've tried immersive enough to trigger my incredible fear of heights during a demo at CES 2016.
Audio algorithms help make cheap earphones sound good and high-end headphones sound even better.
Two different Bluetooth trackers can help you find lost keys, wallet, even your smartphone. Both do a good job -- but they have a significant limitation that can prevent you from finding missing items away from home.
Take a closer look at Apple's mega-tablet, the iPad Pro with the Smart Keyboard and Pencil.
Technology is making it easier than ever to create and enjoy music. Here's some of our favorite hi-tech gear designed for artists, music lovers, and anyone in between.
The world of wireless charging is about to get a lot more electric. CIO.com's Al Sacco presents several wireless charging options that make great, affordable holiday gifts for the techie on your list.
Hardware refinements make this the watch the original Moto 360 should have been.
Uniden's system has nice hardware. Too bad the software isn't up to par.
This breathing monitor can help you recognize and better manage your stress level.
This $9,500 high-tech thermal scope can see the thermal signature of objects in detail at 100 feet.