Unafraid to add another health-related feature to its smartphones, Samsung's next big thing could have a built-in radiation sensor.
Unlike existing surgical adhesives, the new glue works even in the presence of blood and seals within five seconds of exposure to UV light.
The $149 Moneual Rydis UV-C Vacuum Cleaner U60 is certainly not the most expensive handheld vacuum, but it has a few cool features that might make it worth your while.
What happened in wrist tech across smartwatches and fitness bands this year? A lot, both good and bad. Here are the biggest trends encapsulated in some of the most memorable products we've seen.
Unlike wearables that keep track of what's going on inside your body, this one sniffs the air and measures the sunshine to help you stay healthy.
Don't let the biggest technology show of the year take you by surprise. CES 2015 starts right after the new year, and CNET will be there in force to show you every new device and technology.
Soon, a scanner using light spectroscopy might be able to tell if you have cavities or if you're giving all your teeth equal attention when you brush.
All-day heart rate tracking, UV sensors, downloadable workouts, sleep analysis, plus weather, Twitter, Facebook, and Starbucks: and it works on Windows, Android and iOS. Pretty impressive, Microsoft.
The Wireless Speaker Water Bottle offers life's vital fluid and Bluetooth connectivity. The water bottle has a carabiner clip for easy portability.
Windows Phone fitness tracker packs a range of features including a color touchscreen, heart rate tracker and GPS.