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.
Not only do they enable hands-free chatting, they also free you from dealing with tangled wires as you would have to with a regular headset. Here's a list of the Bluetooth headsets we liked best.
Dress up your wrist with a free shock-resistant, water-resistant watch from Casio. The time to enter our giveaway is now.
The G-Steel may not be a smartwatch, but this more affordable metal G-Shock won't be obsolete in a few years and is solar powered.
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.
From the Cheapskate: Yes, leather! Because who says all sound bars have to be ugly? Plus: The best Samsung Gear VR deal yet and 49-cent "Star Trek" movie rentals!
From the Cheapskate: Normally $99.99, this lunchbox-style speaker delivers big, bass-heavy sound, the kind you don't typically get from a portable. Plus: game deals!
From the Cheapskate: Some worthwhile utilities, here, including a one-year Sticky Password Premium license! Plus: a couple super-hot bonus deals.
The name "Samsung" evokes images of phones, TVs and maybe even appliances. But the Korean electronics giant is betting big on audio, too. We got a look at the company's California testing lab where its sonic aspirations begin.
Inspired by YouTube commenters, one writer takes a long, hard look at his own parenting.
A team in Japan has developed sensors that allow the camera to differentiate between usual blinking and a purposeful wink.