Google Reveals Two New Flagship Nexus Smartphones and Much More
Everything you need to know about the new Nexus 5X, 6P, Pixel C tablet and more.
Everything you need to know about the new Nexus 5X, 6P, Pixel C tablet and more.
The best smarthome products on the market today redefine what we should expect from everyday household objects. But like any good technology, using them together provides an entirely different level of convenience and intelligence.
Bowers & Wilkins' flagship speakers get a bevy of new upgrades.
The recently Kickstarted technology is revolutionary -- but will its price point deter potential converts?
The iPod Classic is now a distant memory for many. But for one GP writer, it's more like a rare animal on the verge of extinction.
After testing the flagship device for over a week, it's clear that the G4 is an excellent choice for those who value photography above all else.
Gran Turismo and Forza taken to level 11: that's the CXC Motion Pro II.
Behind the scenes with one of the best speaker makers on earth.
High fidelity and Bluetooth generally don't get along. But, with the advent of new technology, they're reconciling their differences.
The record cabinet was a staple of a music fan's home during vinyl's heyday. Now it's time to bring it back.
Before wandering into the hi-fi shop, understand what you're looking for. We've done our best to boil down the major highlights of the loudspeaker world into one digestible guide.
Some nights after dinner, my dad would take me to his office, sit me on the floor, and put a record on. Finally, he’d place a pair of Sony MDR-V6 headphones on my head.
Stereo design reached glorious excess in the 1970s, and we desperately wish it would come back.
Gamers, editors and laptop laborers, these are your visual friends. Open your eyes to the wide-screen beauty of a full-width monitor.
The tablet is here, and it's time to jump on the bandwagon (or upgrade your month-old antiquated one).
Raspberry Pi is a full-fledged computer that can fit snugly inside of an Altoids tin, and it costs just $35.
Is Scout Alarm the home security solution for the next generation? We spent a few months with it to find out.
Everyone deserves a home theater. We put together kits at $2,000, $5,000, and $20,000.
Spend a month with Automatic tracking your driving, and the app will tell you a lot. But do the facts matter?
The Aether Cone is a new type of wireless audio device that reimagines the role of the speaker.
Broken games, delayed games, money-leeching games, harassment -- 2014 was an unexpectedly shit year for video games. Here are five reasons to cross your fingers and hope for a better 2015.
Now that the gaming trifecta -- PS4, XBox One, Wii U -- has been on shelves for over a year, it’s become increasingly clear that one in particular is pulling ahead. What’s Sony doing so right with the PS4? We’re glad you asked.
The Specialized Turbo S is sure to turn the heads of panting competitive bikers. How it competes with other e-bikes is a different story.
Looking to protect your iPhone 6? We've scoured the web to find the best cases for every budget.
Despite overflowing Twitter feeds, unending notification pings, busier schedules, and a lust for just getting to the point, there’s an opportunity for the podcast to tell stories worth paying attention to.
The SoundTouch™ from Bose is the wireless audio solution you've been waiting for.
Gear Patrol's gift guide to the 16 best tech and gadget gifts under $50 available in 2014.
It's that time again. No, not Thanksgiving. That time of wasted money, squandered vacation time, dishonored holidays, and tramplings: Black Friday. This year, ask yourself: Why?
Because they make it so much easier to hear hushed dialogue in movies or the pianissimo finale of a favorite symphony, active noise canceling headphones have become standard items to pack for any serious traveler (especially anyone with a window seat next to the plane’s engine). They’ve also become popular with office workers who want to eliminate the chatter of colleagues and other workplace noise. We tried out more than 15 different pairs of ANC headsets on planes, trains, buses, noisy subway cars and riding mowers across the U.S. and Europe to settle on seven models that lead the pack.
A month ago, U.S. consumers couldn’t care less about tap-to-pay systems. In a flash, that all changed. What does the heated competition between Apple Pay, Google Wallet, and CurrentC mean for the future of your wallet?
Microsoft's newly minted CEO Satya Nadella has no shortage of challenges ahead, with revenue streams from Windows and Office thinning. But the Microsoft Health signals a more forward-thinking direction for the company: focusing on the cloud.
Aspiring podcasters and DIY rockstars in training, take note: you don't need to go whole hog on a home studio to get your feet wet with home recording. All you need to get started is the right digital microphone.
With this month’s introduction of iOS 8, SwiftKey -- along with other alternative keyboards -- have made their way over to the iPhone demographic. Suddenly, taking the words right out of one’s mouth is all the rage, but what’s it to you?
The next frontier for mobile devices and connected technology is all about the physical domain. Phrases like "smart home" and "the internet of things" are creeping into our collective vocabulary; can those lofty ideas really change your life? Considering the advanced features offered by smart home essentials, and the answer should be obvious.
We may never know the truth behind the chosen "10" nomenclature, but we do know a thing or two about the software that’s set to replace Windows Phone and eventually show up on the Xbox.
Starting at $749, the 6 Plus is also the most expensive iPhone ever produced, but it offers jetsetters, journeymen, and tried-and-true road warriors a few things that no Apple smartphone has before. After traveling around for a week with the 6 Plus, I’m confident in at least one thing: it’s a must-have for those who can’t seem to stay in one place for long.
Zwift is the marriage of video games and cycling trainers. It’s like Wii Fit, with more puddles of sweat.
If the topic of mobile technology happens to come up at your local water cooler, it’s unlikely that a fight will break out concerning which colleague’s phone has the most RAM. Tech specs used to be consumers' top priority; what do the numbers mean to us now, with supercomputers in our pockets?
Gear Patrol reviews Forza Horizon 2 after a three-day Xbox bender.
Garmin’s brand-new Edge 1000 ($700) has been hailed as the world’s most advanced cycling computer. After a month of test riding, does it live up to the hype?
Tracking your health and fitness with the help of smartphone apps and wearables is fun and motivating; auto insurers are now allowing drivers tracking options to prove their safety and save money. But for consumers, there are also troubling implications looming concerning how a person's digital portrait can be used and the security of important data.
Wearable tech is a growing and increasingly diverse market; they all track distance and calories, and most tell time. They all have their pitfalls -- battery life, compatibility, reliability, size, price -- but what determines the best device is your individual needs. Do you need to streamline your workflow or measure how streamlined your backstroke is? Do you need a sleek timepiece or do you dig the outright nerdy look? Weigh your responses and use our guide of the best options.
With the release of the Apple Watch, wrist wearables may finally be finding their stride. But who cares? Watches had perfected timekeeping by the time the personal computer was invented. What wearable technology really needs to capture the hearts and wallets of consumers worldwide is a revolution. So from GP's own department of disruptive innovation comes a proposal: the iBuckle. Here's a breakdown of its groundbreaking features.
Search engines changed how we discover information about the world around us forever -- not to mention how we shop. Amazon's new Firefly technology embedded in the new Fire Phone, exclusively on AT&T, is primed to flip the script once again. At its core, Firefly is designed to help users easily identify everything from web addresses and phone numbers to over 100 million products including various forms of media like movies, TV episodes and songs.