All-day heart-rate tracking is a step in the right direction, but the smart features aren't nearly smart enough and the fitness side of the Surge is too basic to justify the higher price.
Surge protectors (also called surge suppressors) are a cheap way to protect your gear against random, and potentially damaging, power spikes. They're not all the same, and there's a lot of marketing fluff surrounding them. Here are a few tips before you start shopping.
The Nokia Surge offers AT&T's younger customers an affordable, feature-rich smartphone, but it has a number of design and interface issues.
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Sprint, AT&T and other carriers have lined up with a wide range of pricing options for consumers. Samsung has a lot riding on getting off to a good start.
The Fitbit Surge will soon be updated to include a new outdoor bike-tracking feature. An update to the Fitbit app will also allow users to pair up to six Fitbit trackers to a single account.
CNET's Dan Graziano gives you a first look at the latest activity tracker from Fitbit.
The on-demand car service last year said it will cap fares during natural disasters. With a huge snowstorm hitting the East Coast, Uber has the chance to put its money where its mouth is.
As a major hostage operation plays out in the centre of Sydney, Uber briefly reached record surge pricing for rides in the CBD, before changing tack and offering free rides for passengers trying to leave the city.
They vary a lot in price, but all surge protectors aim to do one thing: protect your gear against power spike-related damage. Here are nine things you should know before you start looking.
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