Get the latest from TODAY
You have signed up for our newsletter
You’ll get the best of TODAY delivered to your inbox.
Sign up for our newsletter.
Americans struggling with the quality of their sleep shelled out more than $43 billion on sleep aids and technology last year. Now, various companies including Zeeq, iLuv and others are claiming their high-tech gadgets can help us catch more and better shut-eye. NBC’s Jo Ling Kent reports for TODAY.Jul.03.2017
This year’s Super Bowl stadium flexes its high-tech muscles04:07
Could your fitness tracker be making your personal information vulnerable?04:51
Child experts to Mark Zuckerberg: Drop Facebook’s kids app02:03
Top 5 TVs to watch the Super Bowl, chosen by Consumer Reports03:36
Should cellphones be banned at public performances?01:24
Are fake social media followers stealing your identity?02:03