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The fitness headphones with a built-in heart-rate sensor will hit stores in Australia and south-east Asia soon.
To keep the crowds under control, next year's consumer electronics extravaganza will be capped, and "enhanced credentialing procedures" will make it harder to attend.
US wireless operators are revving their marketing machines to persuade customers to switch carriers. How do you separate the hype from the reality? CNET's Marguerite Reardon offers some advice.
The Internet's biggest streaming music service is also the first to announce an app for Apple's wearable.
The Android Wear-powered Huawei Watch, due mid-2015, is designed to give smartwatches a more classical look. Also new: the TalkBand B2 and N1 Bluetooth fitness trackers and bigger brand ambitions for the Chinese company.
LG attempts to go chic with its first all-metal round smartwatch, but will consumers care?
Marcelo Claure says his network has improved to the point that it is competitive, but adds he doesn't care if Sprint is the No. 3 or No. 4 carrier.
Technically Incorrect: Presenting an ad featuring a little boy who reveals that he is, in fact, dead did not go down well with the twitterati.
Taking place on February 2 to 4, the Cyber Monday-style event lets global brands such as Airbnb and Adidas take advantage of the city-state's high broadband penetration.
Technically Incorrect: The contestants are gathered in Miami for Miss Universe. Israel and Lebanon are still at war. This is not the time for modern diplomacy. Can a selfie cause an international incident? Yes, it can.