Don't destroy your existing tech by exposing it to the elements. Here are some gadgets ready-made for aquatic and summer adventures.
If you're looking for a beefier portable wireless speaker to take outdoors, the $300 Braven 855s can pound out the tunes and has good battery life.
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.
At MWC in Barcelona, Spain, Samsung shows off the new features of its Galaxy S5 smartphone, including a new power-saving mode, fingerprint reader, and water- and dust-resistant technology.
$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.