The Securus eZoom tracking and safetly locator's hardware is quite good, but expensive operation costs and buggy software tarnishes its recommendation.
It’s hard to beat the Fitug Orb’s low price, but for $10 more, the Fitbit Zip has more features, is easier to use, and is ultimately a better buy.
Despite a few usability quirks, Belkin's WeMo Insight Switch only improves on the simple, low-risk formula that made Belkin's original programmable WeMo Switch so appealing as a home automation starting point.
If your browser history isn't something you want uncovered, you may want a bracelet that lets people know your Internet tracks need to be expunged.
The Fitbit Zip is the best fitness tracker you can buy for under $60.
The Shine is one of the most stylish and futuristic-looking wireless fitness trackers out there, but you're trading in extra versatility for minimalist style.
Health apps and gadgets are becoming more popular, but a lack of quality keeps them from being useful in medicine.
The FDA says it is only regulating products that turn smartphones into medical devices it already oversees, such as apps that let your phone act as an electronic stethoscope or give feedback on CPR.
Announced at CES 2013, the Delphi Connected Car will let car owners track their vehicle, get vehicle diagnostics, and remotely lock and unlock the doors.
Prosecutors say Americans have "no privacy interest" in location records revealing minute-to-minute movements of their mobile devices, even when they're not in use.