The $99 Mio Link uses its optical sensor to track your heart rate.
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From a phone that's also a camera -- no, but really, an excellent camera -- to the Piper NV security system, and BMW's i3 "compact car of the future," CNET's editors found some great stuff this week.
All-day heart rate tracking, and it doesn't cost much more than the old Fitbit Charge. The question is, do you need it?
The number of people jumping to the latest version of Apple's mobile OS has slowed down dramatically, according to Apple's latest stats.
Now that CNET editors aren't up to their collective eyeballs in CES and Detroit auto show excitement, things are getting back to normal. To that end, we've got a sampling of some neat stuff that came across our desks, including what CNET's Dan Ackerman called "the first great laptop of 2015."
Alpine and Jeep team up to build a car audio system that's as tough as the Wrangler that it's installed in.
Apple's latest version of its mobile OS has picked up a bit more steam following the holidays.
These headphones have no wires and can read your heart rate from your ear.
We're getting to the final stretch of the year, but that doesn't mean CNET editors didn't have some noteworthy products to review. This week, we have not one but two toasters, a pretty impressive gaming laptop and a tasty sound bar in the mix.
The weather outside may be frightful, but we've got a grouping of goodies that CNET editors found delightful, including one that earned an Editors' Choice Award.