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Asus Zenwatch 3 Review : Stylish Midrange Smartwatch

THE GOOD Good battery life Attractive design Customizable watch faces THE BAD No heart-rate monitor Lacks GPS VERDICT Though it lacks GPS and a heart

Huawei Fit Review : Budget Smartwatch Meets Fitness Tracker

THE GOOD Elegant watch face Simple design Smartphone notifications Inexpensive THE BAD Touch screen too sensitive Awkward layout for text on screen VERDICT If you

Huawei Fit hands-on: A fitness watch to undercut Fitbit

If there’s a market for a wearable somewhere in-between a traditional smartwatch and a fitness tracker then Huawei wants to dominate it, and the competitively

Fossil Q Wander review : Android Wear in a stylish Fossil package still needs some work

The Fossil Q Wander is certainly a fashion statement but it may not be for everyone. You get a ‘real’ looking watch but not all

Fossil Q Marshal review : The classiest Android Wear show in town

Big on style and unashamedly hefty, the Q Marshal is one of – if not the – best looking Android Wear watch out there right

Pebble 2 review : Fitness gives the classic Pebble a second lease of life, but will it be enough?

The Pebble 2 packs in a lot for its price, and there’s plenty to love, but it’s let down by design. If you’re after an

Fitbit Charge 2 vs. Garmin Vivosmart HR+ : The two best activity bands in the game go head-to-head

Fitbit and Garmin are turning out some of the most powerful activity bands money can buy, and the Vivosmart HR+ and Fitbit Charge 2 currently

Tizen v Android Wear : Which smartwatch OS is right for you?

It’s fair to say no-one has answered the smartwatch question yet. But in Google’s Android Wear and Samsung’s Tizen OS, we have two very different

Xiaomi Mi Band tips and tricks : Get more from your budget fitness tracker

The Xiaomi Band 2 might be the Chinese company’s latest fitness tracker, but if you want to go even more budget, don’t forget about the

MOBVOI TICWATCH 2 REVIEW

HIGHS Brilliant display Slick operating system Stellar call quality Attractive design Low price for a smartwatch LOWS Tickle slider isn’t responsive or fast Needs touch-resistive

Xiaomi mi band vs. 37 degree L18 smart band Comparison

The wearables market is increasing every passing day, and there are already many options available and the price range. The most fantastic of this world is

Android Wear 2.0 : Ultimate guide to the major smartwatch update

The new features heading to your Android Wear device later this year The tenth Google I/O didn’t reveal a new smartwatch for the Android Wear

ULEFONE GW01 SMARTWATCH REVIEW

The Ulefone GW01 Smartwatch looks great, performs well and even has a dedicated vibrate mode… ; ) I was excited when the Ulefone GW01 came

Pebble Surprises with Core Fitness Wearable

Pebble is getting serious about helping you keep tabs on your health. The smartwatch maker just dropped a trio of wearables that boast fitness tracking

Hands-on Review : Android Wear 2.0 — First look at the upcoming OS overhaul

Android Wear 2.0 has dropped and it’s a huge change to everything you think you know about Google’s wearable operating system. While updates to messaging,

LG Watch Urbane LTE Review : Not Smart Enough

THE GOOD LTE connectivity for freedom from phone Solid fitness tracking tool Android Wear improvements THE BAD Bulky design Relatively short battery life Limited phone

Google Fit vs. Apple Health – They just want you for your body : Apple and Google are going head-to-head again

This is just what the tech world needed: another Apple versus Google battle. Not only do we have Android Wear up against the Apple Watch

Android vs iOS vs Windows 10 Mobile : Which mobile operating system is best?

Android vs iOS vs Windows 10 Mobile: Which OS is best? More important than any hardware concerns when shopping for a new smartphone is establishing

Polar A360 review : Polar’s first heart rate monitoring tracker is not up to scratch

The Polar A360 could have been a brilliant addition to the current glut of activity trackers, but it’s let down by some pretty major issues.

Xiaomi Mi Band Pulse review

If you’re interested in a tracker like the Mi Band Pulse, chances are that you don’t need out of context heart rate data on a

Fossil Q Dreamer review

If you wouldn’t be caught dead wearing a black plastic band, this is the tracker for you. It’s not the most useful, motivating or best

Fossil Q Grant review

If you’re looking for a snazzy looking, well-built, Fossil watch and you think you might be interested in some basic fitness tracking, and that vibration

Android Wear review: The smartwatch platform?

For Regular updates bring new features, hardware and software gains, widening app support, lots of devices to choose from Against Some unusual design elements, feels

Fossil Q Reveler review

The Fossil Q Reveler is an activity tracker with a difference. It’s not packed with sensors or can really compete with similarly priced trackers for

Sony SmartBand 2 review

The Sony SmartBand 2 isn’t the prettiest or most accurate or even the longest lasting fitness tracker at around this price point. Still, for £100

Moto 360 Sport release dates shared with details on hardware

This morning Motorola revealed the Moto 360 Sport smartwatch in full – this after a brief introduction earlier this year with the standard Moto 360

Xiaomi Mi Band 1S Pulse review: The best-value activity tracker just got an upgrade with a heart-rate sensor and improved band

You will not find an activity tracker that offers better value than Xiaomi’s Mi Band Pulse. We put the upgraded Mi Band to the test

Withings Activité Steel review

Pros Exceptional design Seamless activity switching Waterproof Ever-improving software Cons Still some step “ghosting” No cycle tracking App a little awkward to navigate Key Features:

Runtastic Moment review

It’s not nice savaging a product like this, but the Runtastic Moment simply can’t be recommended. Hit and miss step accuracy, manual sleep tracking, horribly

Microsoft Band 2 review: Still flawed, but a step in the right direction

You really can’t accuse Microsoft of phoning it in when it built the original Band. Between jamming 10 different sensors into a glorified wristband and