G-Shock goes luxury with the $900 to $1,100 MT-G series, blows up the 6900 series, and trots out version 2.0 of its Bluetooth-enabled watches.
We wouldn't rely too heavily on the G-Shock's flakey atomic-clock-signal reception, but otherwise, it makes for a fine rugged watch.
$649 is certainly a lot to pay even for an unlocked and unsubsidized smartphone. Sony's Z Ultra Google Play Edition does its best to entice you with pure Android 4.4 KitKat, a massive 6.4-inch screen, plus a thin and waterproof chassis.
The Google Nexus 4 is on O2 from 13 November -- but it's so cheap SIM-free, why would you buy it on a contract?
The Casio PR team is offering a prize for the blogger who writes the most creative blog about its upcoming 25th anniversary G-Shock event in New York.
Are you tired of rockin' a G-Shock? Sony plans to drop a stylish watch this year that you may want to look into if you own an Android phone.
The company known for its G-Shock watches and G'zOne mobile phones adds digital cameras to its shockproof device roster--the Exilim EX-G1.
Bluetooth-enabled, and capable of syncing with several fitness apps. Could this be the just-smart-enough smartwatch?
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The company has released its iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 cases and unveils new cases for the iPad, iPad Mini, and iPod Touch.
Samsung's Gear Live comes with a heart-rate monitor and Android Wear OS. Here's what we know so far.