Pebble has been something of a pioneer in smartwatches, blowing up Kickstarter with its original Pebble watch back when wearable tech wasn't much more than a concept. The company's latest smartwatch has one killer feature, but its pricing puts it in the Bermuda triangle of smartwatches.
When Oculus VR and Samsung announced the consumer Gear VR at Oculus Connect in September, they promised that it would arrive before the Black Friday shopping frenzy begins. Today they made good on that promise, putting the mobile virtual reality headset up for pre-order with a November 20 ship date.
As smartwatches get more popular, it will be interesting to see how traditional watchmakers react. Tag Heuer is getting a jump on some of its rivals by launching a US$1,500 Android Wear watch that stands as the first from a Swiss watch-making company.
Apple didn't give the iPad Pro announcement its own standalone event, instead cramming it into its jam-packed September iPhone 6s/iPhone 6s Plus/Apple TV/iOS 9/El Capitan/iPad mini 4/iPad Pro press event. That means we've been waiting almost two months for the 2-in-1 to launch; that wait ends on Wednesday.
Microsoft's new Surfaces are awesome, but maybe you aren't sure which one to go with? We have both the Surface Pro 4 and Surface Book in house right now; let's see if we can help you figure out which model is better for you.
Samsung's last Ativ notebook was one of the first Broadwell Core M machines, a razor-thin and ultra-light laptop that launched before Apple jumped into the same game with its 12-inch MacBook. Samsung just announced its late 2015 notebooks, and they're more concerned with raw power.
For the first three generations, "Microsoft Surface" meant a Windows-running tablet with a snap-on keyboard that turns it into a laptop. But today that Surface definition has expanded, now including a new device where the tablet part takes a backseat. Though it costs a pretty penny, the Surface Book is one badass laptop.
We took an early look at the Surface Book this week, but what about Microsoft's more traditional 2-in-1, the Surface Pro 4? We got our mitts on one of those too, and, before we run our full review, we have some initial thoughts on the fanless entry-level model.