Gadget guy Steve Greenberg shows off a collection of nifty summer gadgets such as a towel that’s designed to stay cool for up to five hours, a wrist wallet for kids, and a helmet that lights up for a night ride.
Way Too Early's Brian Schactman, former George W. Bush Communications Director Nicole Wallace, and former RNC Chairman Michael Steele join Mike Barnicle to discuss how digital gadgets and apps have changed their lives and what the next new tech innovation could be.
Sarah Humphreys of Real Simple shares the magazine’s new list of the handiest, sturdiest, and snazziest kitchen tools you won’t want to cook without, including a lightweight can opener and a highly efficient citrus juicer.
From an inflatable seesaw rocker to pool party pong, tech and gadget expert Katie Linenedoll shares some of her favorite picks for fun in the water this summer.
With summer vacation right around the corner, it’s time to prepare to head out of town. Tech expert Katie Linendoll shares eight fun and functional travel gadgets, including waterproof iPhone and iPad cases, a floating speaker, and more.
Recycling old gadgets shows the be both the green and legal option as simply tossing outdated devices is illigal in many states. NBC News' Mark Barger reports.
Tech expert Katie Linendoll shows the TODAY anchors how to use three fun foodie gadgets, including small robots that clean barbecue grills, and a beer dispenser that pours the perfect glass every time – from the bottom.
REFILE - ADDITIONAL INFORMATION A man uses a traditional automated teller machine in Bucharest May 17, 2013. Valentin Boanta is currently serving a five-year sentence for supplying gadgets to an organised crime gang used to conceal ATM skimmers. The 33-year-old proudly explains the device he has
The latest gadgets, devices and technology are on display at CES 2013. Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2013, in Las Vegas, NV.
This small gadget can be attached to a single Cisco IP phone and turn an entire company's network into a sophisticated bugging device within seconds, researchers say.
Zoltan Kohari, known as the Slovak Batman, shows his hand-made gadgets.