The $99 Mio Link uses its optical sensor to track your heart rate.
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Beware passengers: don't vomit, drink beer or annoy your drivers. Drivers are rating you -- and no, in most cases, you can't see what that score is.
A whole new design, improved heart rate tracking, and you can swim with it: the Peak aims to fold sleep, fitness, and even phone notifications into a single super-watch.
If you rearrange the letters in "Dodge Challenger," you can spell "Lo, charged legend." As it so happens, CNET's Antuan Goodwin was impressed with the powerful muscle car. You can also spell "charged LED dongle," but sadly, we didn't review one of those this week. But there's plenty more non-dongle fun in store in this week's gallery, so have at it.
Commentary: Intel aims to eliminate USB, HDMI and the power cable in its quest to create the wire-free PC. But the journey will be a long one, and uneven in terms of its challenges.
You know it's a good lineup when the TV with the "Best. Picture. Ever." isn't even near the top of the list. CNET's editors have full reviews of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus -- and yes; they're outstanding -- some WeMo LEDs made our smart-home reviewers happy, and more.
Following its official launch Wednesday, Apple's new mobile OS has already shot up the ranks, according to mobile analytics firm Mixpanel.
September just started, and already it's just busy, busy, busy around the various CNET offices. Next week, some company (whose name eludes me at the moment) is supposed to announce some new product, and CNET editors will be there, too. But despite all that activity, our team managed to review some fetching gear, so whether you're drawn to styluses or want to try out a Chromebook, or just like looking at new gadgetry, read on.
The Audiophiliac checks out Dayton's B652-AIR, and thinks cheap speakers never sounded this good!
CNET's crew of editors reviewed a nice variety of products this week; sort of like a sampler box of chocolates, except it's gear and gadgets for the various parts of your life. We've got things small enough to fit in your ear and other things that require a garage to store.