Don't destroy your existing tech by exposing it to the elements. Here are some gadgets ready-made for aquatic and summer adventures.
Nissan tested out a new water-repelling paint that could mean the end of car washes.
Though new features and more power will surely be in LG's next flagship phone, it may be able to take a swim, as well.
$150 is a lot to pay for a keyboard case. The Fabricskin, however, has a keyboard that's made to withstand getting a bit messy, and feels durable, too.
The new $129.95 Fitbit Force offers a comfy wrist-style design, attractive style, plus plenty of bells and whistles.
The new Windows 8 Mebius Pad offers a 10.1-inch 2,560x1,600 resolution, according to Engadget.
That plastic iPhone 5C may be tough as nails if a new leaked video is any evidence, pointing to use of LiquidMetal technology Apple acquired back in 2010.
Splash-proofing may not be at the top of your list when picking a new phone, but with these phones, it's one less thing to worry about.
Not all gadgets are made equal when it comes to water and dust resistance. Here's what to look out for, plus our top picks of summer-ready tech.
Google had hopes of acquiring Twitch, but got cold feet over the likelihood regulators would raise the antitrust red flag because of YouTube's popularity, according to a report.