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A first wave of tariffs has already washed over the United States, but the next one could start to drive costs up for consumer technology.
If you're passionate about fitness and interested in wearable devices, three relatively popular Fitbit gadgets are on a special sale right now at AT&T.
One of Nokia's not-so-powerful future smartphones may pack a Xiaomi-designed Surge S1 processor as part of the two companies' new alliance.
A TSMC-made, 16nm-based, Xiaomi-designed Surge S2 chipset is tipped for a late 2017 commercial launch on the Mi 6c or Mi 6s phone.
The Charge HR, Charge 2, Blaze, Surge, Flex 2, Flex Wireless and Alta are all on sale to some degree. What better reason to think about getting fit.
The Android 7.1-loaded $220 Xiaomi Mi 5c is the first smartphone powered by the company's first homebrewed SoC, the Surge S1.
Fitbit faces a tough legal battle regarding the precision (or lack thereof) of heart rate monitors baked into some of its most popular activity trackers.
Just how accurate is Fitbit heartrate monitor tech? A new class-action lawsuit suggests the data could be dangerously wrong.
In case you found it hard to follow your long-term goals or separate between various activities on Fitbits, a trio of new features should make things easier
You could win one of three new wearables with the Pocketnow Deals Fitbit Surge giveaway.
Get to know the new Fitbit Surge smartwatch, as well as the refreshed line of fitness trackers.