The action-cam maker announced a new camera array to capture virtual-reality footage and its long-awaited drone, to be released in 2016. The catch: it's for pros only at the moment.

Heddoko claims it can prevent injuries and improve strength training by giving wearers live feedback on their form. The tech's still in beta, but we're impressed by the prototype. CrossFitters, take note.

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With so many new tools to track performance, choosing the right one is its own sport.

Mini Cooper The Sell: Tauter and less thirsty than the Honda Fit—but also more expensive. Read more. Volvo V60 The Sell: The premium AWD sports wagon. Read more. The Sell: The premium AWD sports wagon. Read more. (Courtesy of Volvo Cars of North ) Subaru Outback…

Volkswagen e-Golf The Sell: The “people’s” carmaker goes EV for a lot less money than BMW and Mercedes. Read more. Mercedes-Benz B-Class Electric Drive The Sell: BMW isn’t the only one with an electric hatchback. And this one’s roomier. Read more. The Sell: BMW isn’t the only…

Honda HR-V The Sell: Thankfully for the adventure vehicle crowd, all our favorite features from the Honda Fit debuted in the crossover version of the Fit—the 2016 HR-V. Read more. Jeep Renegade The Sell: An entry-level off-roader that sips fuel. Read more. The Sell: An entry-level off-roader…

Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Crew Cab 4×4 The Sell: The pick-up for the SUV and crossover set. Read more. Ford Transit Connect LWB The Sell: A European-built Ford Minivan gets imported stateside. Read more. The Sell: A European-built Ford Minivan gets imported stateside. Read more.

The ultimate adventure vehicle isn't a Volkswagen camper. It's a $20,000 Honda.

A successful Indiegogo campaign looks good, but does Quell actually work?

The leader in navigation is taking a second shot at action cams

But they should be. The modest-looking fitness tracker is one of the best on the market right now.

New sweat-sensing technology is about to blow the doors off old-school heart rate monitors

The new loaded quadcopter aims squarely at GoPro with a camera that can shoot 4K video

Where to camp, how to navigate—and how not to get stuck

A new effort to add removable solar power panels to hard goods may finally make the tech indispensable for the outdoor set.

From the shiny new Apple Watch to the sleek—and affordable—Withings Activité Pop, these are the most stylish wearables of 2015.

Forget wearables. The secret buzzword this year is “invisibles."

The power of the crowd will have more to do with the success of the device than the features it will have when it debuts.

At least not yet. Three very good reasons smart clothing is still in beta.

On the chairlift, in a kayak, at the crag, we’ve all dropped our phones. This handy tether prevents the device from hitting the deck.

XensAir collects all of your data—airtime, speed, vert, distance and force—to help you become a better athlete.

The sports brand is making savvy moves into the wearables market, surpassing misguided apparel giants with software plays. Is an overthrow imminent?

You may be able to fool the Body Mass Index, but you can't hide from the electrical impulse.

A classic car that knows what it's doing, sans-gas

A luxury electric car you can take on forest roads.

Move over, Volkswagen. There's a new adventure vehicle on the street.

Surprise! BMW is trying to become an eco-friendly brand. (And it's working.)

Fun, powerful, and now road-trip ready

The sports-car company's best isn't even a sports car

Practical features and pleasant driving in one very sleek package

A luxury ride you'll want to bring camping

A sporty favorite goes electric

Perfect your roof-rack skills, and keep your gear and ride in perfect condition.

The Moment Lens blew us away last year with its ability to transform phone images into crisp works of art. But we're even more excited about the company's new case.

Pair this smartwatch with any fitness app–even ones that don't exist yet–for access to real-time data. No phone needed.

A follow-along drone that's as loyal as a golden retriever and definitely better at filming your downhill runs.

Your wearables, cameras, and even your bike are about to get a whole lot smarter.

The French company already makes a damn good fitness tracker. The Pop builds on that legacy—at a third the price.

Plus three more standout innovations for your wired adventures.

The navigation king released three new products Monday that set a new standard for wearables.

The smartwatch ditches GPS capability in favor of a svelte package

What's around your wrist can affect how much is in your wallet

Can't get to the slopes yourself? There's a virtual reality goggle for that.

The number-one selling vehicle in the country sets a new standard for safety and fuel efficiency

With the Mirai, Toyota takes a bold step toward zero-emission vehicles.

Oakley partnered with Garmin to make the new Airwave 1.5 HUD goggle. We have to admit, it's pretty cool.

Zwift's multiplayer video game platform is the most cutting-edge indoor cycling training tool we've seen.

New gear, featuring better mounting, portability, and durability, to capture your most epic days

As patients jettison insurance plans for concierge care, some are looking to optimize their fitness level along with their health.

The age of the wired workout has come—and gone. The latest round of wearables break free of the beta gear's wires, batteries, and inaccurate measurements to finally usher in a fitness revolution.

A lens so sharp, you won't leave home without it.

A new breed of adventure-ready cameras make capturing your journeys easier than ever, no matter where you're headed.

The best cars for every kind of journey

The best emergency rescue apps for the wild smartphone user

Next-gen satellite phones make it easier than ever to stay connected

Finally, a waterproof gadget fit for an outdoorsman

Outside reviews the best gear in the Summer 2013 Buyer’s Guide, including the GoPro Hero3 Black Edition

A better way to beat the ice

One in three vehicles sold today is an SUV, but that doesn't mean you (necessarily) need one

A stylish, go-anywhere cross-over wagon with power to spare.

Rooftop cargo carrier's have a nickname: rocket boxes.

Seven weatherproof, pocket-size, video-capable cameras.

Two-way radios might seem absurdly retro, but having an open channel of communication can be priceless on a multipitch climb or when trekking through rainforest in Costa Rica.

We break down the best sites, Facebook and Twitter accounts, and apps for travelers, bikers, gear nerds, and more

Outside picks the essential tech tools, including the OtterBox Defenders Series case.

Surf reports, bouldering routes, bike shops, and more—all at your fingertips

Five accessories to turn your iPhone into a supergadget, including the Snow Peak iPhone 4 Titanium cover.

Five must-haves for navigating city life, including the TiGr bike lock.

Five must-haves for navigating city life, including the Amazon Kindle e-Reader.

Five must-haves for navigating city life, including the Canon EOS Rebel T3i DSLR camera.

Five accessories to turn your iPhone into a supergadget, including the t-Jays Three earphones.

Five accessories to turn your iPhone into a supergadget, including the Original Koostik dock.

Five accessories to transform you iPhone into a supergadget, including the Photojojo Telephoto and Fish-eye lenses.

The latest road runners fit better, feel faster, and work almost as hard as you do