Motorola's back and its Moto X looks like a winner.
The Leap Motion Controller is finally here, but is it the computing input of the future we've been waiting for? Find out in our review!
Philips Hue represents the next generation of bulbs: energy efficient, wirelessly connected, app controlled, color changing, and smart.
Is Samsung's new flagship Android smartphone still the top dog? Our full review inside.
What better way to leave civilization behind than with an assortment of sophisticated gadgets to take camping with you?
Fitbit has begun shipping its wristband tracker Flex. Here's our review of how it compares with Jawbone's Up.
Teeth-on: While not a complete replacement for old-fashioned string floss, Philips Sonicare AirFloss is a quick and easy substitute
By pacing your breath, HearthMath's Inner Balance aims to shift your heart rhythm to keep stress at bay.
If you're heading out on vacation, leave the Lytro camera at home. An awkward form factor, small screen and cumbersome controls make this an impractical everyday camera.
These days, you could get your genome sequenced for as little as a Benjamin. National Geographic has also gotten in the game, launching its own Genographic Project in 2005, which the company just improved with a more robust sequencing chip.