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The screen-bedecked Alexa device is back—this time with a smaller display.
The collapsible kayak company's latest boat can transform from a one- to two-person vessel and come with you on vacation like a suitcase.
From neuro-stim headphones and percussive massage devices to dynamic compression pants, the latest gadgets are all about preparing for the next workout.
Innovative materials, integrated sensors, and Bluetooth tech are making the latest head cases safer than their ancestors.
For your next tropical getaway, this setup will help your Instagram be so much more than just—yawn—sunsets and artfully arranged cocktails.
The latest outdoor tech helps us stay safe, eat like a human, and recharge—even deep in the backcountry.
These are some of the best local cooperative multiplayer games for 2 - 4 players—split screen fun for every gaming system.
From camp chairs to computers, we scoured the web to highlight some of our favorite tech deals this weekend.
Emily Dreyfuss joins us this week to discuss the larger implications of Genius’s fight with Google over song lyrics. Also, we get all tingly with ASMR.
Pack this padded suitcase full of fancy wines (or any bottles) and fly worry-free.
Thursday's recall, issued because of battery overheating concerns, is not an isolated incident when it comes to Apple’s premium laptops.
ASMR videos and apps feature soft sounds and quiet whispers that help you relax. But they're also a path to serious revenue.
An automatic coffee machine that gives you a barista-style brew.
The latest Olympus TG is a go-anywhere camera that soars where smartphones crash.
Walk up to one of Daniel Rozin's "mechanical mirrors" and see yourself reflected back in rippling waves of light and shadow.
Gocycle’s folding electric bike is fun and stable, but its high price tag puts it out of reach for most people.
The keys on the Roli Lumi light up in different colors, and a companion mobile app uses those colors to show you how to play a song.
A new study suggests smart speaker owners aren’t using those devices to buy things on the internet—because it’s a bad shopping experience.
The new web-based interface for Comcast's television software was developed for people with visual or physical impairments.
There are dozens of life-transforming features hidden inside the unassuming image-keeper—features you're likely not using.