Who needs a Fitbit anyway? Your iPhone can track your steps for you, but not every pedometer app can go the distance.
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.
The Viper Home Starter Kit is nearly effortless to set up. Well. The hardware is at least.
Upgrade the easy way: Add super simple app-controlled lighting to your love shack.
For the love of Richard Simmons, stand up while you read this!
Thanks to the M7 coprocessor in the iPhone 5s, Nike's new fitness app can track your movements without a separate hunk of hardware around your wrist.
Runtastic is rounding out its fitness ecosystem with a smart scale, a new app for sculpting your abs, and stories to keep runners captivated mile after mile.
There are thousands of weather apps out there, but they can't tell you what the temperature is at your house specifically.
From tips to trackers, these apps will help those with allergies.
While surprised by the scarcity of consumer fitness contraptions on the show floor, we managed to spot a few key health-related gadgets.
There’s now a third option in the earbud/over-ear debate thanks the Aftershokz open-ear headphones.
While Samsung's press conference at CES on Monday focused on both Wi-Fi-enabled cameras and a line of smart home appliances, the main focus was on the stunning new selection of smart TVs