Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
You can keep tabs on your puppy's playtime, walks, and naps...as long as Wi-Fi is available.
Goji Play combines two things I love: Exercise and video games. Too bad it feels like it's still in production.
Sorry, but $150 is too much to pay for a "smart running watch" that's really just a display and remote for your phone.
Nerds can be hard to shop for. Stick with our list, and they'll be sure to love your gift.
Don't slag its limited feature set. By focusing on just a few key features, Sony's wearable avoids complete failure.
As colorful as Honeywell's programmable thermostat is, it's just not very pretty.
Is Samsung making a serious run at the smartwatch market, or is the Gear just a clumsy experiment?
Forte is a USB audio input device for music production.
The Dyle mobile TV receiver for the iPhone and iPad is a nice idea, but it has too many limitations to make it useful for most people.
Finally, a fitness system that knows you don't have to go all-out every single day.
Fitbit's Flex is its first wrist-worn tracker. Can it compare the to other Fitbit trackers and the Jawbone Up?
PhotoFast's i-FlashDrive HD connects to both iOS devices and laptops for easy file transfers.
Although it's most powerful when paired with other peripheral devices, Wahoo's bike computer is a great gadget for cyclists who already use their iPhone on rides.
Lex Friedman's Pebble still hasn't arrived, but he doesn't mind: The MetaWatch Frame smartwatch suits him just fine.
The Pebble is a cool, geeky electronic watch that might end up being a whole lot more if the company can make good on its software promises.