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.
Earlier this week, Oakley announced it's partnering with Garmin to integrate the VIRB action cam with the new Airwave 1.5—a heads-up-display goggle that's a good deal more evolved than its...
With heavy-duty shooters, you'll be ready for whatever nature throws your way.
Zwift's video game is the most cutting-edge indoor training tool we've seen.
New gear, featuring better mounting, portability, and durability, to capture your most epic days
In the past few years, more than 100,000 patients have ditched their health insurance and moved to one of the 12,000-plus concierge practices now operating nationwide. By forgoing the traditional...
It might not seem like it, but we're on the verge of a wearables revolution. Take the simple fact that all the wearable tech on this list speaks the same language as your cellphone, not some a...
The reason you take pictures with your smartphone is easy: you have it with you. The reason you spend 20 minutes in Snapseed editing those pictures is that your phone’s tiny lens barely lets in any...
The latest crop of high-end cameras are smaller and lighter, but just as capable—if not more so—than their predecessors.
A new breed of adventure-ready cameras make capturing your journeys easier than ever, no matter where you're headed.
A serious camera gets tough