Erikson Consumer has confirmed the availability of the Thorens TM 1600 high-end reel-to-reel tape machine in Canada.
more Stories »
Shimoda has expanded its popular Explore camera bag line with the new Explore 30, which is best suited to adventure photographers with small pack needs.
Sonos has forged an exclusive collaboration with the Beastie Boys, designing a special edition version of its popular Play:5 feature, with all proceeds going to charity.
Misfit has released its latest fitness tracker, the Vapor 2, a touchscreen smartwatch that works with both iOS and Android devices, and is powered by Wear OS by Google.
Beats by Dr. Dre has released a special edition version of its Beats Solo3 wireless headphones, in celebration of the 90th anniversary of the iconic Disney character Mickey Mouse.
Focal has launched the Elegia, the French company's first pair of high-end, closed-back headphones.
The new Stellen family of faucets from Pfister Faucets feature React technology that allows you to turn the water on and off by simply waving your hand.
Tile has announced a new line of hardware designs for its trackers that address one of the key pain points for users: removable batteries.
HP has introduced an interesting its Tango printer, which is fully app-based and voice activated, and comes housed in a compact and beautifully unique design.
Apple took the wraps off its newest Apple Watch at an event today, and the crowd went wild over one particular feature: the ability to take an electrocardiogram (ECG) using the new ECG app. Unfortunately, the feature will only be available in the U.S., and later this year. That said, the Apple Watch Series 4 has plenty more features, including several others that focus on fitness and health.
Fitbit has released the latest in its line of fitness trackers, the Charge 3, which offers a swimproof design, advanced health and fitness features, and up to seven days of battery life.