The least-expensive monaural headset tested to date is impressive: The controls are easy to reach, the fit feels solid, and the call quality isn't too shabby.
A Bluetooth headset or in-car speakerphone lets you talk on your cell phone hands-free. Here's our advice on selecting the most appropriate product for your needs.
Casio's low-power prototype watch lets you manage your phone from your wrist via Bluetooth.
Plantronics ups the ante for Bluetooth headsets by building in a variety of automated location-aware features and unified communications functionality.
The new Jawbone Era from Aliph includes a number of innovative features, and improved HD audio sound quality.
At CES 2011, networking vendors are touting products that let you access movies, music, and photos on any screen, anywhere. But they're also adding proprietary technologies that won't be compatible with gear from other vendors.
Ever wonder what "capacitive touchscreen," "MicroSD" and "HSPA+" mean? We provide real definitions for the specs most commonly used to describe what's under the hood in today's smartphones.
A phone built into the sleeve of a dress. Gloves that enable you to swipe a touchscreen on the ski slope. Solar-powered backpacks. Here are nine examples of apparel that blurs the line between clothing and tech gear.