smartwatch

Hands on: Huawei Watch 2 Classic review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Huawei Watch 2 Classic is a stylish wearable, and a tempting option if you want to get Android Wear 2.0 on

Huawei Watch 2 Hands-on Review

KEY FEATURES Android Wear 2.0 45mm diameter GPS, heart rate monitor 420mAh battery, ultra power saving mode Real-time workout guidance 1.2-inch 390×390 AMOLED display NFC

Fitbit smartwatch investigation : Fitbit is hell bent on building an Apple Watch rival

Experts and insiders tell us what to expect – but is Fitbit missing a trick? Fitbit is definitely building a ‘proper’ smartwatch. In case the

The best Android Wear smartwatch – UPDATE 2017

Buying the best Android Wear smartwatch is harder than ever. There is an ever-expanding range of Android Wear smartwatches on sale, from a whole host

The best Apple Watch running apps tested

Plenty of runners will have their eye on the Apple Watch Series 2 for tracking runs and workouts. With GPS and a dedicated Nike+ version,

The best running watches and fitness trackers for women

From step counting to marathon training, these wearables have got your back We still get asked a lot which GPS sports watches for women are

Fitbit Blaze v Apple Watch Series 2 : Battle of the stylish smartwatches

Apple Watch or Fitbit Blaze? We see how the two watches match up Until the Fitbit smartwatch turns up, the Fitbit Blaze is the closest

How to set up and use Android Pay on your Android Wear smartwatch

Android Wear 2.0 has a fancy new trick With Android Wear 2.0, Android Pay has finally come to wearables. Like Apple Watch wearers, Androiders can

Android Wear 2.0 review : Google takes another run-up at its smartwatch platform

Android Wear 2.0 is the overhaul Google’s OS needed. Not only does it make Wear more independent from the smartphone, it now gives iOS users

Android Wear on iPhone : Our guide to getting your Google / iOS smartwatch fix

What you can and can’t do with Android Wear on iOS and what devices will work When Pebble announced it was on its way out,

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

It’s fair to say that no-one has truly answered the smartwatch question yet. Google’s Android Wear and Samsung’s Tizen OS provide two of the best

Apple Watch v Android Wear : The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Android Wear 2.0 finally out of the gate and the Apple Watch

Top 6 “good, nice and cheap” Chinese Smartwatches

If you’re looking for Chinese Smartwatches attractive and want the 3 “features” ( Good, excellent and cheap ) you’re in luck, because in this article we

LG Watch Sport review : A superb model to show off the new Android Wear 2.0

The LG Watch Sport is a perfect showcase for Android Wear 2.0. It’s big, but it’s also clever, with some solid fitness chops and other

LG Watch Style review : An Android Wear 2.0 watch overshadowed by its more feature-packed brethren

The LG Watch Style puts the emphasis on looks over features and from that perspective it does deliver. This is one of the best looking

LG Style and Sport ROUND-UP Reviews: Tepid Android Wear 2.0 Debut

LG officially launched its $249 LG Watch Style and $350 LG Watch Sport — the first two devices to run Android Wear 2.0 — and

LG Watch Sport vs LG Watch Style: What’s the difference?

LG Watch Sport vs LG Watch Style: Which new LG smartwatch should you buy? Here’s a guide to help you choose. Google’s Android Wear 2.0

LG Watch Style vs Apple Watch 2: Which should you buy?

LG Watch Style vs Apple Watch 2: Google has teamed up with LG to deliver the first smartwatches to feature the new Android Wear 2.0

LG Watch Sport Hand-on Review

KEY FEATURES 1.1GHz Snapdragon Wear 2100 768MB RAM (Sport) / 512MB RAM (Style) 4GB storage Android Wear 2.0 operating system 430mAh battery (Sport) / 240mAh

Work out smarter : Best gym trackers and wearables to look out for

Fitness trackers that count steps or monitor sleep or GPS running watches that track your runs are a dime a dozen. But what about if

Living with Asteroid OS – The open source Android Wear alternative

Asteroid OS is an open source, Linux-based smartwatch OS developed primarily by a French student and hoping to take on the might of Android Wear

And finally : Apple Watch smartbands detailed and more

A look back at some of the lesser stories from the past seven days And finally is the place where we round up the wearable

14 of the best accessories for your new Apple Watch

The top straps, charging docks, cases and more for your Apple smartwatch If you’re going to spend your hard earned money on a new Apple

Tenfifteen QW09 3G Smartwatch Review : Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 Rival at $38

Recently, we have reviewed a list of new products, but they mainly refer to smartphones and tablets. I mean we don’t pay much attention to

Uwear U11S Smartwatch Review : A Good Looking + Powerful Smartwatch

With the advancement of technology, we see how everything is confined in a small phone. But, in the recent years, we saw that the interest

The designers and brands we want to make Android Wear watches next

Some suggestions for Google and co With Android Wear 2.0 about to drop and a sporty New Balance-Casio one two at CES, things are looking

Casio Pro Trek Smart WSD-F20 Hands-on Review : Rugged smartwatch sequel essential guide

GPS finally lands for Casio’s Wear range – here’s all you need to know The Casio WSD-F20, the Japanese company’s second stab at the Android

The best Amazon Alexa devices : Our pick of an ever-growing range of connected tech using Alexa Voice Service API

If there was a theme of CES 2017 it was Alexa-enabled smart tech. If Alexa hasn’t invaded your home yet, expect her to do so

Misfit Vapor guide hands-on review : An understated smartwatch with some fitness extras

Everything you need to know about Misfit’s new smartwatch Misfit has added another smartwatch to the ranks with the Vapor, the first device in its

A look at Fossil’s Spring 2017 collection : Q Accomplice, Modern Pursuit and more

CES 2017: Fossil brings the class to Vegas What’s that – you thought launching 100 wearables in a single year wasn’t going to be possible?