With the world's smallest implant, you can use your smartphone to monitor your own blood.
We're familiar with wearable tech that tracks our health, but a new device brings the same kind of personalized data tracking to our cars.
A new device on Kickstarter promises to let you use your smartphone to measure the very air around you.
Give your fingers a rest: the Samsung Galaxy S IV will reportedly let you use your eyes to scroll up and down pages.
Taiwan-based E Ink has taken the wraps off of a prototype Android smartphone that uses an e-ink screen, offering all the features of a smartphone but with a longer battery life within a lighter frame.
Google's Sergey Brin says Google Glass is a much better experience than staring at a smartphone all day.
Sport science benefits from new technology just like everything else, and this has given rise to what can reasonably called a "smart" basketball.
HTC's releasing a new Android smartphone next month called the "One" and it's one sexy piece of aluminum.
When it comes to solutions for problems we never had, they don't get much sillier than the AutoMeeS phone cleaning robot.
Most of us plug in our phones at night to charge. This light-up cable eliminates any groping around in the dark while making that connection.