Smartwatches. Health monitors. Pedometers. Activity trackers. We've collected the best products in t
Equal parts fashionable and functional, the Pebble Steel leaps to the top of the smartwatch heap, but does so by improving existing tech rather than adding something totally new.
Garmin's simple and functional activity band is easy and low-maintenance, which makes it one of the best alternatives to a Fuelband or Fitbit.
The Samsung Gear Fit is a great-looking wearable, but doesn't successfully reconcile its dual roles as activity tracker and smartwatch.
This midpriced 15-inch Toshiba Satellite has a few nice higher-end features, but its AMD processor makes it feel like a budget performer.
The Gear Fit fitness band and the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo smartwatches are refreshed with more-accurate sleep mode, heart rate monitor, and pedometer settings.
This free app in the Pebble app store uses the smartwatch to count your steps.
Unlike a lot of other unique proof-of-concept laptops, the Acer Iconia is fun to use and largely works as advertised. But it has a hard time answering the most frequent question we hear about it: why would anyone need a dual-touch-screen laptop?
The Maylong M-150 tablet is a regrettable purchase at any price.
In a post-iPad era, Toshiba's expensive and needlessly bulky Portege M780 is a convertible tablet notebook that feels like a design relic from five years ago.
European authorities levy yet another fine, after Microsoft runs afoul of previous antitrust commitments to provide a browser choice screen.