Samsung expects to launch a smartphone with a screen that can fold in half by the end of 2015.
This fashionable smart bracelet delivers notifications and Yelp recommendations without a smartphone, and retails for $495 in December.
Sources say Microsoft to unveil fitness band soon; device to include heart-rate monitor, be compatible with iOS, Android and Windows Phone.
Sony's Alpha 77 Mark 2 DSLR is a solid, fast-shooting camera that can do it all, but it especially shines in low-light settings.
Play popular indie video games right from your browser thanks to Mozilla's Humble Bundle pack, which goes live today.
AT&T's new Passport plans for international data, messaging and calling can keep you connected abroad, but they're pricier than T-Mobile.
Netatmo's stylish bracelet monitors your exposure to harmful sunrays, but only serves alerts if it's connected to your phone via Bluetooth.
TinyScreen is a thumb-sized display with an Arduino processor that you can build into a smartwatch, gaming console or glasses.
Plastc unites your credit, loyalty and gift cards into one with a built-in e-ink touch screen and chip and pin technology.
From a bending body to flawed software, Apple's shiny new phones and operating system have caused many problems since their arrival.
Mantis Vision's scanner fits in tablets or smartphones and can capture people and objects as 3D models for use in games, ads and 3D printing.
From an encryption case for your iPhone to impressive new noise-cancelling technology, here's the best of what we saw at CTIA's Super Mobility Week 2014.
With support for live TV and network DVR, the MobiTV Connect HDMI dongle could take down Google's Chromecast
Vysk QS1 makes your iPhone communications impenetrable, thanks to an on-board processing chip that does encryption outside the phone.
The cute little Kodak Pixpro SP360 packs quite the punch, recording 360-degree full HD video and is shock, freeze and splash proof.
With badge achievements, real-world rewards and competitive teams, the Red Cross is going all out for your blood with its Blood Donor app.
Just like Sony's QX30, Kodak's Pixpro SL25 puts a barrel-like camera to superpower its zoom and capability.
Alcatel's entry into the smartwatch market is an elegant and sturdy product with an onboard heart rate monitor and custom operating system.
The FiLIP 2 brings minor design improvements to a solid, albeit expensive, communicator and tracker for kids.
Don't say Yes to this dress app yet. Wedding Dress Studio for the iPad lets brides-to-be try on and design gowns, but lacks design options.
Oral-B's SmartSeries Bluetooth toothbrush makes you pay more attention to dental hygiene, but we wish it did more for its high price.
Which is the best Android smartphone camera around? We put Samsung's Galaxy S5 and LG's G3 to the test to see which reigns supreme.