The Phone-brella is a hands-free way to keep you and your smartphone dry
Here's a simple logistical problem: it's raining, you're using your smartphone, but you don't want to get it wet. Do you cover it with one h
What to Know Before Getting a Medical Alert Tattoo
Some people with diabetes, allergies and other conditions are forgoing medical alert bracelets for tattoos. Is that a good idea? ;
As Tech Booms, Workers Turn to Coding for Career Change - The New York T...
Schools that offer accelerated training in digital skills are drawing more and more “career changers,” and graduates can make six-figure bas
Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare top selling game of 2014, Destiny number ...
It appears the only thing people like to do more in video games than run around shooting each other, is to play football or run around on pl
Fujitsu's ring lets you write in the air with your fingertip
Head-mounted displays are frequently supposed to keep your hands free, but they only sometimes live up to that promise. You can't really dic
Misfit Debuts “Bolt,” A $50 Smart Bulb That Works With Sleep Monitoring ...
On the heels of yesterday's announcement of a new collection of Swarovski-encrusted Shine wearable devices, connected products maker Misfit
This insurance startup will give you a wearable and reward you for hitti...
The New York-based insurer says it will provide members with Misfit fitness trackers and give them breaks on their premiums for healthy beha
Take That Ugly Christmas Sweater to the Next Level. The Next Level Being...
Now that Thanksgiving is done and dusted, it's time to really get into the swing of the holiday season—and if one of your guy's favorite thi
Game controller takes your real blood whenever you lose
Forget playing games for cash -- if you really want to raise the stakes, try losing your actual blood when you lose in the virtual world. Th
Usher's new song is available exclusively in...boxes of Honey Nut Cheeri...
Your next sexy dance party may not be complete without a box of Honey Nut Cheerios from Walmart. Why? Because they're sweet and crunchy and
Google's Nexus Player offers streaming and gaming for $99
Remember the Nexus Q? Yeah, we'd rather forget it, too. Google regained its streaming cred with the Chromecast, and now it's looking to offe