Sony's first Android Wear-based smartwatch has GPS built-in so you don't need to take your phone out running to track your progress. Its screen and design don't impress though.
Smartwatches. Health monitors. Pedometers. Activity trackers. They're all part of the emerging landscape of wearable technology, which promises to change the way we exercise and communicate. We've collected the best products in this upstart category below.
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The automaker's new map-generation system, debuting at CES, utilizes onboard cameras and GPS devices to supplant purpose-built mapping cars.
We're impressed with the engineering behind Axiotron's rebuilt, tabletized MacBook, but the target audience is likely very small, especially since Windows-based convertible tablets do so much more.
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The Magellan Roadmate 6230T-LM DashCam combines a fully featured GPS navigator with an always-watching dashboard DVR camera.
It's about time Santa emerged from the dark ages of sleigh technology and embraced a high-tech, gadget-filled sleigh built for speed and comfort.
With built in GPS and 3G connectivity, you can send messages and track your location without toting your smartphone.
Keep track of your ride with these pedals that attach to any bike. A built in GPS and motion sensor lets you view your stats via smartphone app.
Sony's new smartwatch runs Android Wear, and has built-in GPS for runners, too. We take a quick look at one on-wrist in New York.
With built-in image stabilization, GPS and high bitrate video recording, the AS100V has what it takes to record your action-packed life.