With standard all-wheel drive and X-mode traction control, the 2016 Subaru Forester handles the dirt, while its EyeSight adaptive cruise control make for comfortable road trips.
There's no longer a need to run with your smartphone. TomTom's latest GPS running watch can store up to 500 songs right on your wrist.
The company, famous for its amps, jumps into the smartphone industry, taking aim at audiophiles and music fans.
Netatmo expands its family of connected weather monitoring devices with a new Wind Gauge.
The very clever motion-activated front panels on Haier's Smart Window fridges light up and reveal what's inside as you approach. It might be the coolest thing we saw in Germany this week.
Samsung's latest smartwatch comes in three versions, and lets you scroll through menus by rotating a bezel. We go hands-on at IFA 2015 in Berlin.
Available in September, the new flat LG EF9500 series promises the same world-beating picture quality and HDR of its curved OLED brothers. Flat or curved, they both cost the same amount of money, and it's a lot.
Hyundai's remixes the economy hatchback, copying features from its competition and recombining them into a fairly good value.
At the press of a button, the Theta S can capture spherical photos and full-HD video that can be published straight to Google Maps via its new Street View app for Android and iOS.
Continuing its co-branding partnership with Samsung, Barnes & Noble has released the Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 Nook for $400.