Phones and Mobile Devices

MSI Prepares First PC Motherboard With USB 3.1, Type-C Port

A new revision of USB is upon us, and perhaps more exciting than its speed boost is its reversible type-C jack. MSI's as eager as you are about curbing the frustration of plugging in USB devices, and are preparing the “world's first” PC motherboard with support for the standard.

Jabra Sport Pulse: Wireless Earbuds With Heart Rate Monitor And Virtual Personal Trainer

Whether you're having trouble staying motivated during your workouts or you want to take your workouts to the next level, the Jabra Sport Pulse Wireless Earbuds offer features that make it easier to stick to your regimen--features like a built in heart rate monitor and a virtual personal trainer.

Top 5 Best Ellipticals Worth Buying

There are many elliptical machines available in the market and most of them do a decent job of giving you a good workout. But if you are looking to invest in a serious machine packed with great features, I think these 5 ellipticals offer the best combination of features and value. Check them out and see if any of these could suit your fitness needs.

Lenovo ThinkPad Stack: Modular, Portable Docking Station For Laptops

The docking stations made for many business laptops tend to be hulking, heavy behemoths. Not this one: Lenovo's ThinkPad Stack can split into separate pieces, allowing one to attach only the extra functionality they need to their laptop for any given scenario. CES 2015 is done and over, but tradeshow-visiting, hotel-camping journalists ought to take a look.

Seagate Unveils Thinnest 500GB External Hard Drive

At just 7mm thick, the Seagate Seven represents the sleekest you can go in a portable storage drive without giving up spinning platters. “Premium materials” go into a design that's supposed to celebrate Seagate's 35 years of making hard drives.

The Lepow Convertible Hi Smart Bag: Who’s Calling, Please?

Meet the HiSmart Bag created by Lepow, a company known for its design and creation of everyday technologies. It has the distinction of being the world's first connected  convertible messenger bag/backpack that is both fashionable and high tech.

This New Site Is A Basketball Coach's Dream

Most basketball coaches don't make their living from their coaching wages (some don't even get wages), so it's often difficult to handle the responsibilities of coaching on top of job, family and day to day activities. helps basketball coaches plan and organize their practices, which allows them to not only be more efficient coaches, but gives them more time during the day.

Impossible Instant Lab Turns Your iPhone Into A Polaroid Camera

Technology is great—until it doesn’t work. Or until it doesn’t work for me. I love to capture moments of my day and events with my children, but then the images of those moments seem to live forever in my smart phone or digital camera. I have almost 3,000 photos on my phone, and while half of those may not be worth printing, there are certainly some pictures I wish I had on display. I simply haven’t taken the time to select the ones worth printing and then turned them into tangible, color images. Impossible is making it possible to get my favorite moments onto paper instantly with their Impossible Instant Lab.

MSI Flaunts 18” Gaming Laptop With Mechanical Keyboard

Conjuring up images of early PC luggables from the 80s and 90s, MSI has gone against progress (sort of) and stuck a full-fledged 'board with mechanical key switches in its Titan GT80 gaming laptop.

5 Products That Will Make Your Next Bike Ride A Little Easier

Whether you're an avid cyclist or a novice, who just likes to take their cruiser out for a leisurely spin, there is probably something about cycling that you think could be better--more comfortable seats, a place to carry your cell phone, etc. Well, check out these 5 products that are sure to make your next bike ride a little easier.

The SOLID: Utility Bike Inspired By Portland, OR

Yet another competitor in The Bike Design Project, the SOLID, is a utility bike inspired by the city of Portland. Its sleek, elegant design coupled with its many features make it a "solid" mode of transportation for the urban commuter.

E-Traces Allows Dancers To Create Visual Strokes Through Their Movements

Slip on E-Traces ballet shoes, dance and don't forget to watch your lines--and with E-Traces you'll be literally watching those lines. You'll be able to see them appear on your smart phone or device as you had performed the movements of your dance.

The MeU Square: A Dazzling Wearable LED Display

The MeU Square is the latest in customized clothing and accessories. A smartphone application allows users instant communication with their surroundings. Read on to learn more about this innovative, wearable tech LED display.

Have Gadgets, Will Travel: The Hands Free Travel Wrap

A gadget holder for a gadget lover is used to keep gadgets and documents secure, readily available, and well-hidden when you travel - a great gift for a frequent flyer!  It can also keep you warm on those long flights when the outside temperature at 30,000 feet may be 40 degrees below zero.... It's the Hands Free Travel Wrap. Read on to see how versatile this Wrap can be.

Solar Sunglasses You Can Never Forget Or Lose

To lose an expensive pair of sunglasses can be both costly and painful. Because they aren't attached to anything when not being worn, it is easy to leave them behind; that is until now. Read on to learn more about the  innovative Australian company that has solved this problem.