Who needs a Fitbit anyway? Your iPhone can track your steps for you, but not every pedometer app can go the distance.
Drinking and driving is obviously a terrible idea. But are pocket-sized, smartphone-connected breathalyzers a good way to tell if you're too buzzed, or just a silly toy that will make your friends drink more?
There are 8500 apps that promise you 8500 cocktail recipes. Yawn. These aren’t them.
Sure, sure, you want a clean house. You try. You can handle the immediate mess when you see it; it’s just hard to keep up with on a regular basis. These apps can help you keep everything orderly.
Add smartphone-friendly fingers to your favorite gloves, and you'll never have to take them off. Take that, Polar Vortex!
If you're on the road to recovery, make sure your smartphone has your back.
Booq Mamba Courier messenger looks great! But as far as usability goes...we have notes.
Popular home-search service Estately now comes as a GIF-enhanced iOS 7 app
Google Projects just announced a new breakthrough in medical tech: A smart contact lens that monitors diabetics' glucose levels without painful finger-pricks.
Will Google's $3.2 billion investment in the Internet of Things market have privacy implications for Nest's customers? Nest, naturally, says no.
Big home-automation systems are intimidating, but tech is still colonizing the home one step at a time. First it was smart thermostats, then Bluetooth light bulbs, and now it's smart keys with smart locks.
It’s time we got more out of our activity trackers.
What would you do with 199 different metrics about your bike ride? If you're salivating over the possibilities, Pioneer's Cycling Sports line of gear might be for you.
The WellShell is a compact, palm-sized device with an OLED display that you use to do isometric exercises with guidance from your smartphone and its app.
The company's newest wearable, the Lift, focuses on improving your posture.
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