Samsung announces Galaxy Tab Active2: A rugged tablet for business conducted outside the office

Android tablets are few and far between, with Samsung being one of the last remaining brands in this space. Its new Tab Active2 incorporates serious protection and advanced functionality with the S Pen and LTE.

HTC reveals Vive Pro $799 pre-order price, shipping on April 5

HTC announced a pro version of its virtual reality headset at CES, and starting today, you can place a pre-order while the original Vive received a lower price.

Apple Watch bands by Southern Straps: Affordable and interchangeable options

There are a ton of bands available for the Apple Watch and if you like to swap them out, then it's nice to find some affordable, stylish options. Southern Straps offers $35 nylon and $75 leather bands.

Neato announces Botvac D7 Connected: Robot vacuum controlled by your smartphone, Google Home, or Amazon Echo

As a busy person working two jobs, finding the time to vacuum can be a challenge. Robot vacuums used to be a Jetsons fantasy, but products like the Neato Botvac D7 Connected are capable, functional, and make chores enjoyable.

WaterField CitySlicker case for Nintendo Switch: Perfect for your commute or business trip

The Nintendo Switch is an amazing gaming system that lets you jump into a world of play for a few minutes or a few hours. WaterField Designs created the CitySlicker case that protects your Switch while also providing capacity for everything you need to play for hours.

MWC wrap-up, Galaxy S9 Plus in hand, Vivo's cool tech, Pixelbook Pen (MobileTechRoundup show #425)

MWC is now finished and we wrapped up the latest phone announcements. We are returning a gorgeous device and now actively testing new devices.

Microsoft offers private preview of Windows 10 IoT Core on NXP processors

The private preview is slated for NXP's i.MX 6 and i.MX 7 processors.

Fitbit Ionic: Adidas Edition announced with coaching features for improved running performance

The Fitbit Ionic is a powerful activity tracker and fitness watch. The new special edition adds six on-screen workouts through the Adidas Train app.

Initial Galaxy S9 hands-on, MWC roundup, Kevin's iPad, and more phones (MobileTechRoundup show #424)

MWC kicked off in full force earlier today and news was hitting the ticker as we were recording. I spent some time with the new Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus and offer some thoughts on the show.

MWC 2018: The best and worst of the past five years

Mobile World Congress is the premier trade show for mobile hardware, software, accessories and services. We regularly see new smartphones and wearables, some good and some bad, so let's take a glance at the past five years.

Amazfit Bip review: $100 smartwatch with integrated GPS and 45-day battery life

With Pebble no longer around offering reasonably priced smartwatches with long battery life there is a place for another competitor. The Amazfit Bip surprised me with its capability and affordable $100 price.

Essential Phone colors, Google Pixel sales, Amazing Amazfit Bip battery (MobileTechRoundup show #423)

A new phone arrives at my house on Tuesday while I continue to be impressed by he incredible battery life of the Amazfit Bip watch.

Qualcomm announces wireless edge services and new LTE SDK for enterprise IoT customers, 5G NR roadmap demonstrated

Qualcomm held its 5G Day event in San Diego last week and showed attendees various demonstrations of its new services focused on the Internet of Things, as well as 5G NR plans.

Pixelbook, Nintendo Switch, and electric cars in space (MobileTechRoundup show #422)

A phone was returned while a new Chromebook and game console were purchased over the last week. There is still a lot going on as we prepare for MWC in a couple weeks.

iPhone long exposure, Moto X4 with Fi, Essential Phone, Runkeeper for Apple Watch (MobileTechRoundup show #421)

As we look ahead to MWC, Kevin and I continue to explore the world of mobile tech. In this episode we discuss whether or not the Pixel 2 stays, how we enjoy the Essential Phone, and whether or not Microsoft makes sense with its Windows 10 designations.