As the "quantified self" craze continues, fitness trackers have us obsessing over not only how active we are but also how soundly we're sleeping. How do the devices stack up against clinical sleep studies though? CNET's Sumi Das visits the Stanford Sleep Center for an expert's opinion.
A waterproof design, one-year of battery life, and an affordable price. Is this the activity tracker to beat?
Can't fit tower speakers in your abode? The Wharfedale Jade 3 monitor speaker will blow your socks off!
Several fitness trackers, as well as the Samsung Galaxy S5, now boast the ability to measure your heart rate. How do their readings stack up to an EKG? CNET's Sharon Profis, with help from Kaiser Permanente cardiologist Dr. Jon Zaroff, puts the Garmin VivoFit, Withings Pulse O2, Basis Carbon Steel, Samsung Gear Fit, and Samsung Galaxy S5 to the test.
An accessory for iPhones, the Breathometer is very portable and can be fun to pass around at parties, but its results should not be taken as permission to drive.
Revenue growth dipped last quarter from a year ago partly because the Chinese government delayed approving the iPhone 6, but Apple inventory decisions played a role as well.
An experimental clock has set the records for both accuracy and stability, being able to keep time for longer than the Earth has been in existence.
Google's annual Flu Trends metric was wildly off last year. But scientists were able to leverage the company's data to design a far more successful system.
The battle of the phablet phones begins with a test of their built-in cameras that come equipped with optical image stabilization. Which phone takes the best shot?
The advanced GPS, also called differential GPS, has a margin of error of just 3.2 feet. That's a big improvement over conventional GPS which is accurate up to 121 feet.