Let's see what Samsung's and Apple's flagship smartphones have under the hood.
Molly takes on the biggest physical challenge of her life with the aid of the Nike+ FuelBand and Fitbit Ultra; the knives come out to unbox the Personal Rover; and Sharon Vaknin creates a DIY NFC Phonedock. Plus, we merge the physical and digital worlds with a look into augmented reality.
Nike's decision to downsize its FuelBand division may not be applicable to other wearable tech startups. After all, not all devices are trying to rule both wrists.
[commentary] The sportswear giant had a good run with the FuelBand. Now, though, wearable technology is a whole new footrace.
Inspired by the the Nike+ FuelBand and the Fitbit Ultra, Molly Wood decides to train for a half marathon. But which device will pass the test and be her constant companion through training?
HTC's latest flagship smartphone has an all-new rear camera, but is that a good thing? We tried an early version out in Barcelona with very mixed results.
Wear them as a necklace, store songs on them and track your steps: Huawei's high-end wireless earbuds are coming this spring.
Is Samsung afraid to commit to one Galaxy S6? The two new models are the same, except for the screen -- and both remove features fans loved. Meanwhile, HTC shows off the Grip fitness band and Vive VR headset.
Fitbit dives into all-day heart-rate tracking with its new Charge HR and Surge, but you'll have to wait until early 2015 to buy them. We went wrists-on.
The Charge tracks steps and sleep, and does it well, but you really should wait for the heart-rate-tracking version next year. Here's why.