When Volkswagen converted the standard Golf into electric, it kept everything but the power source as Golf-like as possible (heated seats, ultra-precise drivetrain).
Why get the heavier, slightly less eco-friendly Mercedes B-Class over the rival BMW i3? It’s bigger.
Even though we were running late for a trailhead meet-up, we didn’t think twice about bombing down a Catskill mountain road. Simply put, an electric car that handles this sharply doesn’t exist this...
When we first covered the Moment Lens, we had no idea it would spark such heated debate. The smartphone lens attaches with a simple twist and the shots we took with it came out crisper, requiring...
It seems like a new fitness tracker comes out every day, rendering the one on your wrist obsolete. But Magellan’s Echo Fit aims to combat that planned obsolescence.
There are a lot of drones at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show. So many, in fact, that they warrant their own UAV section. But the most compelling drone we saw was the Trace FLYR1, a $500 unit...
Wearables are getting more pervasive and more immersive, with brand-new 360-degree cameras and sensors that monitor your heart rate 24/7. Here are some of our favorite new wearables for 2015.
If you don’t know Withings, you should. It’s a French brand that makes very stylish, very intelligent tracking devices.
The Consumer Electronics Show—a massive tech gathering held every January in Las Vegas—kicked off Monday. From innovative (headphone-heart-rate-monitor hybrids) to just weird (a camera to let you...
There are three important things you should know about the new A300 ($140, or $180 with heart-rate monitor strap), which debuted Sunday at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show.
The tech king pushed beyond its fitness-navigation niche and firmly into the wearables genre Monday at the Las Vegas Consumer Electronics Show with the debut of three new products.
The next wave of wearables has nothing to do with tech upgrades. This time, it's about insurance companies that want you to be more active.
Used to be you had to visit a wild place to experience those adventures first-hand, but now Destination British Columbia wants to bring the action to your living room.
So your next car may not be an F-150. But it (and you) may owe a bit of gratitude to Ford for rethinking carmaking.
Late next year, the Toyota Mirai—the only hydrogen-powered car you can actually buy—will go on sale for $57,000.