The Editors' Choice-winning Amazon Echo Dot is back and even better than before -- all for almost half the price of the original.
The best tech stocking stuffers of 2016
We rounded up some of our favorite tech accessories -- including headphones, cables and other miscellaneous gadgets -- available for under $25. They're all perfect for gift swaps, too: everything from white elephant to yankee swap to Secret Santa.
Apple's Touch Bar -- a thin screen that replaces the function keys on the new MacBrook Pro -- can't compete with the multitouch screen found on iPads and Windows laptops, but it has a lot more promise than you might expect.
For the price of a cheap family dinner, Sling TV "unbundles" traditional cable TV channel lineups with a handful of Internet-delivered channels, including ESPN, AMC, TNT, CNN and Disney. But is there a catch?
Replacing the iBook, Apple's MacBook, the little sibling to the more powerful, feature-rich, and expensive MacBook Pro, features a 13.3-inch wide-screen and a new color choice. It corrects a handful of the iBook's shortcomings, hits a reasonable price point, and makes a great compromise between size and portability.
The Note 5 boasts a redesigned stylus and a giant screen -- and a price tag to match. It has a few flaws, and this modest upgrade of last year's Note will feel the heat from a growing battalion of cheaper competitors.
The Google Chromecast Audio is one of the best budget audio streamers you can buy, allowing easy control of music via any audio system using your phone. But does it do enough to differentiate itself from the original video-focused Chromecast?
The latest Apple TV box is about half a year old, and since it first appeared the company has been hard at work adding apps, fixing pain points, and making Siri a better listener. Check out all the updates here.