Plenty of truck to handle shuttle duty for decades to come
Last November we told you about goTenna, a palm-sized device that pairs to your iOS/Android phone and allows you to text anyone who also has a goTenna, even without a cell or WiFi connection. Now...
Last month Fitbit released the Blaze, a beefed-up wearable meant to challenge the Apple Watch. But remembering that not everyone needs all that functionality, and might not want to shell out that...
They just launched a suite of fitness tracking products, including an inventive new running shoe
It took a long time, but Nikon just built their first action cam and their product is unlike anything we’ve seen.
They’ll shoot 360-degree video, but that’s really just the start
Varia Vision clips onto bike glasses to display data and turn-by-turn navigation in your field of vision
Lumo has designed shorts and tights with built-in sensors that provide real-time run coaching
With a more refined look, the Fitbit Blaze goes after the all-day wearable crowd
The Qardio Core heart-rate tracker is so accurate it even has FDA approval
Everything from basic bump protection to bomber cases that will keep your Watch safe in a giant tumble.
The Google Maps app is awesome—until it isn’t. On back roads without a cell signal, you’re better off with a trusty topo or paper atlas. That all changed this month. Google announced that its maps,...
Toyota finally made the RAV4 a hybrid—with 4WD.
After trying goTenna on the streets of Brooklyn, we’re convinced the Snickers-sized device is the future of off-the-grid communication.
By combining smartphone technology with a car’s air bag, a new action-sports safety system is emerging. Too bad ski racing’s governing body, FIS, is too weak-kneed to mandate it.