After washing her son's new iPhone, Sarah explains why she resorted to Gazelle for a replacement.
After water damage left her phone useless, Devyn shares her experience buying a Certified Pre-owned iPhone from Gazelle.
Those who know Gazelle understand the big picture: we pay cash for your used or broken devices. But the journey of where your beloved gadget goes has remained a mystery – until now.
Technological advancements are allowing manufacturers to deliver new consumer experience. Here are five of the most interesting connected devices.
Gazelle has unveiled a new online storefront that allows consumers to purchase pre-owned iPhones and iPads directly, with no contracts to sign.
With major brands investing heavily in wearable tech, it is unquestionable that wearable devices are a growing industry. Here's what the future may hold:
This week, Microsoft officially entered the wearable technology market with its "Microsoft Band," a fitness-focused device that may feel like a smartwatch.
Google Inbox invitations are going for $300 on eBay! Is this new approach to email worth the high cost?
Amazon is aiming to compete directly with Google Chromecast with a new model in its Fire TV lineup: the Amazon Fire TV Stick.
Wearable medical devices from wristwatch-style vital monitors to "smart socks" that can detect how you're moving are hitting the market.
As smart devices begin to leave the realm of fantasy and enter reality, here are five apps that will help users set up their very own connected home.
Slate comparisons would be incomplete without a side-by-side review of the iPad mini 3 versus Samsung Galaxy Tab S. Here's a breakdown of the big features.
The consumer smartphone upgrade cycle slowed in 2013, when the average time between device upgrades increased to 22 months.