Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
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Don't slag its limited feature set. By focusing on just a few key features, Sony's wearable avoids complete failure.
Is Samsung making a serious run at the smartwatch market, or is the Gear just a clumsy experiment?
This lightweight device wirelessly shares multimedia content on the road. Though it lacks internal storage, it can host SD/SDHC cards and USB drives.
The Pebble is a cool, geeky electronic watch that might end up being a whole lot more if the company can make good on its software promises.
Science fiction or PC fact? From shipping products to working prototypes, we give you the weirdest, wackiest replacements for mice, keyboards, and displays we've ever seen.
We put three programmable thermostats to the test to find out which is the most powerful, flexible, likely to reduce your energy bill.
In part 2 of our series on easy home automation projects for the weekend warrior, we look at the Iris system from Lowes.
Pros may need more control over the process, which can be found in proDAD's more expensive offerings, but the average user should be more than pleased with the results of this software.
We go beyond benchmarks to see just how Qualcomm's highly anticipated quad-core chip may change your tablet experience.
Google Jelly Bean on a Galaxy Nexus bests Apple's Siri on iOS in our mobile voice search face-off.
The Nexus Q has some pretty neat media streaming features, but is way too expensive--and the preview release is just plain buggy.
If you spend your day staring at an LCD screen under harsh lighting, these specially designed glasses could help ease the strain on your eyes.