Alexa can now be easily built into Bluetooth devices by any manufacturer, through the use of an Amazon developed kit.
The MiSafes Kid's Watcher GPS tracker has almost no security and lets anyone with common hacking tools follow and talk to children.
The $130 Pulse HR is challenging Fitbit’s Charge 3, but this fitness band might be too little, too late.
With a faster processor and the latest Wear OS software, Fossil’s new Android smartwatch could be the best yet.
Apple's latest smartwatch does more than tell the time and keep you connected. It may also save your life.
The tech world descends upon Berlin this week for the annual IFA trade show. Here’s a quick look at what we’re expecting to see at the big show.
According to a trusted leaker, the upcoming Gear S4 may be equipped with Google's Wear OS instead of Samsung's own Tizen OS.
What Google's smartwatch platform really needs is a faster processor and better health and fitness-tracking features.
Snapchat's not giving up on Spectacles, announcing version 2.0. This pair looks nicer, uploads photos faster and offers water resistance.
This year's Mobile World Congress proved to be a good showcase for new smartphones, as seen in our awards for the top products unveiled at the show.
The Apple Watch may get a wireless charging case similar to the one we're awaiting for the company's AirPods.
Intel's new Vaunt smart glasses use lasers to project images right into your eyes, and they are designed to be very simple.
Roader hopes to thrive where other wearable cameras have fallen flat by giving you control over what you capture and adding 10 extra seconds of buffer to videos.
The E-Vone smart shoes can automatically alert loved ones when someone falls down, thanks to sophisticated sensors and wireless tech.
Vuzix's Blade AR glasses will have Amazon's voice assistant built in, but will they be worth the $1,000 price?
The Spire Health Tag attaches to your clothing, can go through the wash and runs for 18 months on a charge so you never have to think about taking this health monitor on or off.
The Apple Watch Series 3 costs $400 up front with LTE, but when you add monthly fees it will run you $500 after one year.
The $399 FrontRow is a new wearable camera that automatically snaps pictures and captures video, freeing you up to stay in the moment.
A 4G LTE Apple Watch is reportedly on the way, which could work independently of the iPhone, but it faces some challenges.
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