This collection of high tech gadget articles explore technology behind these gadgets. Learn all about high-tech gadgets.
Can a T-shirt turn sound into electricity?
Can I turn my iPhone into a guitar amp?
Are premium audio cables worth the investment?
A Breathalyzer for Drugs? We're Not There Yet
Wearable Alcohol Sensor Could Text You if You're Too Drunk
Top 5 Green Automotive Gadgets to Help You Save Gas and Save Money
How Rolex Came to Rule the Wrist
How the Pebble Watch Works
10 Ways Watches Have Evolved
People Still Use Fax Machines, But, Um, Why?
How Thermal Fax Machines Work
History of the Fax Machine
Running While Female: Safety Apps and Tech
Is This Why Your Buddy Is Always No. 1 on Fitbit?
Can You Power Your Music Player With Your Running Shoes?
Google Home Speakers Argue, Talk About Their Feelings on Twitch
Why Some People Are Refusing 'Smart' Utility Meters in Their Homes
The Uber-popular Aeron Chair Was First Made for Grandma
Self-stabilizing 'Smart' Utensils Counteract Hand Tremors
Salty Fork for Salty Folk
How Digital Shopping Lists Work
Explore Deep Ocean Thermal Vents With This 3-D Virtual Reality Video
Body Blow! Body Blow! Counting Punches With Wearables for Boxers
Newly Developed Wearable Tech Can Analyze Your Sweat for Important Data
Watch: The Secret Life of Luggage — And the New Tech That Tracks It
How Satellite Phones Work
How Electronic Language Translators Work
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Lots of people feel completely lost when choosing a smartphone. But with a little time and a little research, it's easy to figure exactly what you need, what you want and what you can do without.
With your iPhone in hand, you can control all manner of toys, gadgets and games. What are five app-controlled toys that'll grace the "must-have" lists of gadget geeks?
Gone are the days when you can attract the female market just by making a product pink. These days, women seek out gadgets that are well-designed, durable and straightforward to use. Here are five that fit the bill.
Way back in the dark ages, circa 2006, if you wanted to read e-books and surf the Web, you had to buy two devices. These days, however, the latest tablets and e-readers allow you to do both. Only, which device is best?
You want to upgrade your media setup to include a video projector, but how do you start your search? There are so many models on the market, it's easy to feel overwhelmed, but you can relax -- we'll walk you through the shopping process.
So you want to buy a telescope. With scopes ranging from $50 for a department store offering to around $1 billion for the world's most expensive telescope, we'll forgive you for not knowing where to start, and we're here to help.
You're dying to see more of the world, and binoculars may help you do it. Find out which pair is perfect for spying on your neighbors and which ones will help you spot cosmic craziness in the sky.
Not sure which MP3 player is right for you? Read our guide for some help with figuring out where to store your digital music collection.
By Jane McGrath
Want to watch video on the go and don't know which gadget you should get? We've got a guide to all your streaming needs.
By Jane McGrath
Science fiction writers have come up with some really clever gadgets, gizmos and vehicles. Here are 10 that we wish we could get our hands on.
The idea of technology that you wear isn't new, but it's an industry that's exploding in popularity, from Google Glass to fabrics that turn movement into electricity.
If you're about to buy a little gold sticker to protect your brain cells from cell phone radiation, then please stop what you're doing and consider a more sensible use of your money -- such as magic beans or a wish-granting monkey's paw.
By Robert Lamb
There are some people who believe that it won't be long until humankind has the technology to enable people to live forever. What would it take to make that happen? And would we really want to?
Backscatter X-ray systems are now used to conduct full-body security scans in many airports. But how does this new technology work? Does it invade your privacy? Is it safe?
From devastation in Haiti to jubilation in New Orleans, 2010 was a pictorially poignant year. We won't soon forget the massive not-a-sinkhole in Guatemala or Lady Gaga's meat dress. Take a tour of the year's most unforgettable events in images.
Tech pundits said Apple couldn't make a consumer tablet that would succeed. But then the iPad sold more than a million units within 28 days. How did Apple prove the naysayers wrong, and how has their tablet evolved?
By Josh Briggs & Wesley Fenlon
In science fiction, characters sometimes see a world that's completely different from the reality underneath. But how do you know that's not true in what you think of as real life? Is what you see really what you get?
Do you have a smartphone? How about a digital camera? A portable music player? We bet you'll be surprised by how many of these 'essential' gadgets you actually own. Take a look and see whether yours made the list, or if we omitted any of your favorites.
Once only found in the movies, high-tech spy gadgets are part of our everyday lives. Is someone listening in on your conversation right now? Are you being followed?
By John Fuller
Technology has changed our lives, mostly for the better. But what happens when our inventions get the better of us? The results can be devastating.
By Chris Pollette & Dave Roos
Depending on whom you ask, machines are running our lives. But what happens if they start to build more efficient models of themselves and get rid of us?
Psychologists have created a number of tools to help them delve deeper into the mysterious human subconscious. What are these tools, and do they really work?
By John Fuller
You're out shopping when suddenly a voice tells you to buy the product right in front of you. Brilliant gimmick or creepy invasion of personal privacy?
By John Fuller
Night vision is a popular military application with some very interesting civilian uses. Check out night vision equipment, peer through night vision goggles and learn about the technology with this image gallery.
The Avatar Machine lets users see themselves from a third-person perspective as if they were in a virtual environment. Could this gadget inspire human behavior studies?