It has GPS, but no built-in heart rate. And it arrives this spring for $199 in the US. How does it feel? We tried it on.
The Bracketron Mi-T Grip is (both metaphorically and literally) a solid smartphone mount for users who prefer dashboard placement.
The U-Grip Plus mount is short, but its sticky suction cup base lets you place it on just about any flat surface in your car.
Silk Labs wants to weave its software and services into all the new networked devices coming to homes of the future. Behind it: a trio fresh from the ambitious Firefox OS smartphone project.
The Grip misses its summer target but will launch with other fitness products later this year, according to HTC.
The $80 IndieSolo, which draws inspiration from the way filmmakers work, joins a select set of items on the Amazon Exclusives specialty site.
As small and midsize businesses especially cling to the 13-year-old software, Microsoft and PC makers could suffer as well.
This is HTC's and Under Armour's brand new fitness band in all its black-and-lime glory.
With a Nike Fuelband-like look, HTC's first wrist wearable is a smart fitness tracker that maps runs, connects with heart rate bands, and is aimed at serious athletes.
Just launched on Indiegogo, SmrtGrips guide you to your destination without you needing to fuss with your smartphone.