Dogs are amazing creatures. They can hunt, eat garbage without getting sick, and even smell cancer. Also, it seems, they have the ability to sift out the symptoms of a new ailment I'm calling High Technology Stress Disorder.
Potentially a great way to offer an increased number of banking options over a traditional ATM, video chat capabilities are being added to ATM machines in order to help customers carry out complex transactions.
Definitely a high-tech way to help prevent unhealthy habits like smoking cigarettes, a group of researchers have created a tooth sensor that's keeps track of all kinds of data relevant to overall health.
Designed to help forgetful parents from leaving their child locked in a hot car, the IAlert car seat syncs with the owner's smartphone to provide important data about the safety of the small passenger.
We check out the Golfsense, a golf swing analyzer that uses a motion sensor that you strap to your golf glove. At first…
Definitely ideal for keeping the driver's eyes on the road rather than fumbling for a smartphone, the Garmin HUD creates a visual display of driving directions directly in front of the driver on the windshield.
We reveal our picks for the best iPod Touch games available now from iTunes so you can get some glorious gaming on your iPod while on the go.
Ideal for anyone that needs a significant amount of battery power for mobile devices, the Jackery Air offers an extremely slim design in addition to significant recharging capabilities.
Entering an already crowded market for fitness gadgets that track user activity during the day, Withings is hoping that consumers will want to check their heart rate with the Withings Pulse.
From iPhones to camcorders, we run down some of the hottest summer gadgets coming your way this season.
Despite the new experience enhancement features added, the Lytro camera feels stuck in its ability to do one thing. Does this camera (and light-field photography) have a future, or is it just hype?
With outrageously cool products and good old-fashioned customer service, AC Gears shows that the traditional brick-and-mortar store concept still works if it has the right ingredients.
Attempting to transition consumers away from controlling smart devices with their smartphone or tablet, the ivee Sleek offers voice control for smart home functions like changing the temperature.
Adding an extra element of security to the relatively new concept of the smart lock, the Goji Smart Lock captures images of anyone at the front door that's attempting to interact with the lock.
The average person probably owns more than one electronic device, but unless you have a lot of outlets running around the house, it's hard to charge them all simultaneous. Until now.