After a slight delay, the Motorola Razr launches at Verizon in on February 6. Pre-orders start on January 26 with the folding phone priced $1,500.
Verizon Fios subscribers who sign up for the Gigabit plan will now get a Google Stadia Premiere Edition bundle and three months of free game streaming.
The Samsung Galaxy XCover is a $500 phone that's rugged and built for the enterprise. It arrives at Verizon in the first half of the year.
CAT this week introduced a new phone for the entry-level user or those who might be shopping on a budget. As expected, it's as rough and tumble as it gets.
Jackery adds two new models to its growing line of portable, outdoors charging solutions. Key among them is the Explorer 1000, its largest unit yet.
Lenovo announced the IdeaPad Flex 5 Chromebook and IdeaPad Duet Chromebook at CES, scheduling both for arrival in the second quarter of this year (Q2 2020).
IFROGZ this week introduced the AIRTIME Vibe and AIRTIME Sport, a pair of traditional pair of over-the-ear headphones and a pair of around-the-ear earbuds.
Huami announces two new watches as part of its Amazfit line, one of which is its first rugged model. Here's what to expect from the Amazfit T-Rex and Bip S.
JBL has unveiled a handful of new headphones and earbuds at CES, Priced $120-$350 they suit the needs of a variety of user types.
Sony takes Las Vegas by storm with a handful of new models, including an 85" 8K TV with Android TV and its smallest 4K OLED yet.
The HyperX Cloud Flight S go on sale in February as the first gaming headset to feature support for the Qi wireless charging standard.
The Weber Connect Smart Grilling Hub is a step-by-step grilling assistant with notifications, countdowns, tips, tricks, recipes, and more.
Philips Hue adds new lights to its outdoor range, including variations on existing models. Also, it's adding voice control to its Hue Play HDMI Sync Box.
TCL is in Las Vegas to show off a few cool things, including headphones, earbuds, and a sound bar for CES. Here's what's in store for the coming weeks.
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