Designed for anyone that habitually relies on the snooze button to avoid getting up, the singNshock alarm clock offers a jolt of electricity to start the day.
Advancing the traditional design of the fitness tracker, the Amiigo bracelet can differentiate between various exercises and track entire workouts.
ASUS is launching a 150-dollar tablet for emerging markets and frugal customers everywhere, but is it worth the investment compared to other low-cost tablets?
This year’s CES brought an unexpected bevvy of exciting hardware, including these gadgets Rob Enderle can’t wait to pry out his wallet for.
Perfect for Fitbit users that forget to wear their tracking device each day, the Fitbit Flex can stay wrapped around the wrist all day and night.
Nokia's fourth-quarter earnings show a return to the black for the struggling company, thanks in large part to the success of its Windows Phone 8 devices.
HTC has reported its Q4 profits, and they're the icing on a cake filled with disappointment for the manufacturer.
The user review has been around online shopping practically since online shopping’s been around, but it doesn’t appear to have affected the quality of products that are produced. Why not?
Describing the Google Glass project as "complicated", team leader Babak Parviz said in a recent interview his engineers were currently working on incorporating head gestures, voice control and phone functionality into the high-tech specs, using a battery…
Amazon's holiday period this year was its most successful to date, with the company not only ranking top of a survey of online retailers' customer service, but sales also reached a new peak with more than 25 million items being sold per day at one point.
BlackBerry's new N-Series QWERTY smartphone has been spotted just a month left before launch day.
Nintendo's killer app for the Wii U is an amazing concept for bringing together all the different ways we watch television in 2012. There's just one problem: It doesn't really work yet.
Some retailers will do anything to get you in the door and dropping money on tech – like some of these dodgy strategies.
Definitely a great idea for tracking the cost of electricity use around the home, the MeterPlug delivers a plethora of useful data to your smartphone.
Tapping into the social space to increase visibility of the Karma brand, the social hotspot adds data to a user's account when they share their connection.