The first high-end fitness watch from Adidas is packed full of features, but can it compete in a sea of wearable devices?
HTC may not be done with Windows Phone yet, according to new rumors that link a certification to the company's premiere device.
The company is describing the hashtags in an update to its iOS app to give those not in-the-know some insight into what they mean.
Though Microsoft no longer supports the aged OS, a fair share of businesses haven't yet kicked the XP habit.
Using your iPhone or Android, this app helps you monitor your fitness activity while biking on the backroads.
The world may not be ready for a smart toilet paper holder that desperately tries to get your attention when it's running low.
Microsoft no longer supports XP users, but a host of antivirus products tested by AV-Test can still defend you from viruses.
The tech giant offers free demos of its computer-enabled eyeglasses in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and New York.
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The sportswear giant has a new no-frills activity tracker more practical than it is powerful. The goal is to succeed not on the merits of what it can do, but on the clarity of what it's not.