Don't-Miss Consumer Electronics Stories
This set-top box distributes over-the-air TV on your Wi-Fi network and to anywhere else you have broadband access.
The Star Wars Cruiser may satisfy fans aesthetically, but actual record enthusiasts should steer clear. This turntable has tiny, tinny speakers, and the poor build and heavy tracking may actually damage your records over time.
The Stream+ is a fairly inexpensive way to record free over-the-air channels, but Google's software has some major shortcomings.
The Savage battery pack is like the Swiss Army Knife of battery packs, and even includes (extremely slow) solar charging.
This model offers the best value for the most outlets, with USB charging as a bonus.
Amazon's Kindle (or Kindle app) supports not only ebooks, but also PDFs. But reading PDFs on a Kindle requires a little help. Here are several different ways to convert and read PDFs on a Kindle.
Garmin's new music-centered Vivoactive 3 smartwatch is a perfect example of how far behind Wear OS is.
You choose how much of the world to let in or keep out, or have the headphones do it for you automatically based on your surroundings and motion.
Fitbit's first fitness tracker for kids, the Ace, is now available for $99.
Say what? The ZVOX AccuVoice AV200 TV Speaker's hearing-aid technology makes voices easier to hear.
Smaller and cheaper than Sonos’ previous TV-oriented speakers, the Beam looks like it will be a winner.
The Asus ScreenPad is the flagship feature of the Asus ZenBook Pro15 UX580. It doubles as a nav screen as well as a secondary screen for playing back video.
This value-laden sound bar delivers where it counts.
For $90, the Z-Edge Z4 dash cam offers great basics, HDR, and a wide-aspect captures. It's also easy to use. The only thing missing is GPS.