Popular 3D printer company Makerbot has introduced two new printers for classrooms and businesses.
Tech startup Arenar says its iBand+ could send you into a lucid dream state, giving you a virtual reality experience without rules or consequences.
With a price tag of less than $300, XYZprinting's da Vinci Mini 3D printer is targeting hobbyists, teachers and others looking to get started in 3D printing.
The LVL hydration monitor is a fitness tracker that can also tell you how much water you need to drink.
The Comma One is designed to give commuters an autonomous driving experience without having to buy a new vehicle.
Apple amps up the Apple Watch's fitness features, which could mean big business for a weakening smart-watch market.
Those who want to track their weight-training exercises and expand their workout regimes will appreciate the Atlas Wristband 2.
A new study suggests the use of fitness trackers to nudge couch potatoes into working out, but that may not be the best way to motivate the sedentary.
Garmin's Forerunner 35 features a built-in heart rate monitor, more colorful design and smartphone notifications.
The Fitbit Flex 2 is smart enough to recognize your activities automatically and is so light that you might forget you're wearing it.
Self-driving car software developer NuTonomy has deployed test taxis in Singapore, giving Uber a run for its money.
A rumored third iPhone 7, dubbed the iPhone Pro, likely won't be a part of Apple's September media event. But some are questioning whether the phone existed in the first place.
SolidEnergy Systems has developed batteries with twice the energy density, which could lead to phones and other gadgets lasting much longer on a charge.