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Jawbone Wristband, App Track Your Total Health

The band and companion app watch your diet, sleep and exercise, then nudge you to do better.


Bluetooth 4.0 Becomes 'Smart': What It Means For You

Bluetooth 4.0 drastically reduces power consumption via a low pulsing method that keeps devices connected without the need of a continuous information stream.

Hacker Creates New Way to Communicate Road Rage

A hacker has invented a display for the rear window of his car that can send messages to motorists within viewing range.

Windows 8 Tablet: Hands On

The first Windows 8 tablet, the Samsung 700T, arrives--at least for developers. What can we learn from it?

Patch Tuesday Fixes Critical Bluetooth Flaw in Windows 7

There are only four bulletins, but one of them is related to a critical flaw in the Bluetooth networking of Windows 7 and Windows Vista that could let an attacker wirelessly compromise a vulnerable system.

9 DIY Projects for the Crafty Geek

Looking for a cool weekend project? We've got 9 high-tech projects for the geek in you.


10 Cool Tech Gadgets Spotted at CE Week 2011

Meet 2011's hottest new gear, from wearable camcorders to iPad covers that double as speakers to pocket-size wireless hard drives for your smartphone and tablet.


Essential Gadgets for the Road Warrior

Essential Gadgets for Road Warriors

Bluetooth Touted as the Cancer-free Wireless Tech

If you're worried that your cellphone might be giving you cancer, the Bluetooth Special Interest Group (SIG) has a solution for you: Use Bluetooth.

Spot Connect Sends Location Data When There's No Wireless Available

This gizmo tethers to your cell but uses satellite to send check-in, track progress or help messages.