Wearable Tech

And finally: Samsung’s blood pressure-tracking smartwatch and more

As Mike put it in this the latest edition of Week in wearable, we’ve had reasons to be cheerful this week, and reasons to be

This is what the big wearable tech companies should do next

If we were in charge, these are the big calls we’d make for Apple, Fitbit and others Just imagine for a moment that you had

How FDA approval affects your wearables, and how it’s going to change

What you need to know about wearables and the FDA In the past couple of years, as tech companies have increased their interest in digital

Best wearable tech at CES 2018

Operation ‘do CES 2018’ completed. We’ve covered all the big announcements and been jumping from booth to booth (and the odd hotel room) in Vegas

CES 2018 : All the biggest wearable tech announcements so far – UPDATE (Day 3)

We round up the latest smartwatch, VR and hearable unveilings from Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But after seeing a

CES 2018: All the biggest wearable tech announcements so far

We round up the latest smartwatch, VR and hearable unveilings from Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But after seeing a

And finally: DC Comics smartwatches turn fitness into justice

And other smaller stories from the week It’s the calm before the storm. We’re about to be showered with a whole bunch of new announcements

CES 2018: What to expect in smartwatches, virtual reality and more

All the biggest wearable tech announcements we’re expecting from Las Vegas What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas, they say. But when it comes to wearable

And finally: A future Apple Watch could get touchy with smart fabric

And other smaller stories from the last week As our Editor Mike pointed out in Week in Wearable, we’re not entirely sure what day it

Garmin Vivofit 4: Everything you need to know about Garmin’s latest fitness band

A year of battery life makes this a powerful fitness tracker Battery life has historically been the Achilles heel of wearable tech, but the new

2017 in review: The year in smartwatches

2017’s smartwatch heroes (& some disappointments too) : Looking back at the high – and low – lights 2017 may have been a dumpster fire of

And finally: Second generation Apple AirPods will launch in late 2018

All the whispers and rumours from the week in wearable tech You know the drill — it’s the end of the week, which means it’s

The best fitness wearables for women – UPDATE LAST 2017

From step counting to marathon training, here are the best options for gurls We still get asked a lot which GPS sports watches for women

And finally: Nike boss talks FuelBand sequel and more

A look back on some of the lesser stories from a busy week in wearable tech Black Friday is over, Cyber Monday cometh. No doubt

Why Under Armour killed HealthBox

Under Armour: ‘Why we walked away from HealthBox wearables’ – CTO Paul Fipps speaks to Wareable about discontinuing the HealthBox suite Back in mid-October, I requested

And finally: Apple Watch Series 3 has some Siri issues

All the whispers and lighter stories from the past week It’s here, we’re back, and it’s time for And finally — your one and only place to

And finally: Some Apple Watch Series 3 models are facing screen issues

Your round-up of the whispers and lighter stories from the past week Welcome to And finally, the place where we round up all the rumours and

Apple Watch Series 3: Race test

We put the Apple Watch Series 3 to the big race test – Find out if the third gen smartwatch makes a great running companion over

And finally: The Apple Watch could soon monitor your blood pressure

That’s right, it’s time for And finally — your chance to look back on the lighter wearable tech stories from the past seven days. Not only did we see

Every Fossil Group designer wearable coming in 2017

We pin down which devices are making up the 300-strong Fossil army Just like last year, Fossil Group is once again spending 2017 launching scores

Smart rings: The good, the bad and the ugly in smart jewellery

Connected tech moves to the finger but the results aren’t always perfect While Apple, Fitbit and Xiaomi have ensured that smartwatches and fitness trackers create

Red light, green light: Why Fitbit’s sensor shake-up is a huge deal

Switching up tech could lead to much more than improved HR performance We learned a couple of things from those Fitbit smartwatch pictures that leaked

10 of the best Apple Watch alternatives for iPhone users

Because the Apple Watch isn’t right for everyone… If you’re an iPhone owner and you want to join in with wearable tech, the Apple Watch

Ticwatch S guide: Your need to know on the affordable Android Wear sports watch

Mobvoi, the Chinese AI (and now wearable tech) company part owned by Google, has been one to watch for a while. You might have seen

Apple watchOS v Samsung Tizen: Battle of the smartwatch platforms

From app support to fitness, we see how the two operating systems match up Apple versus Samsung. These two tech giants have been fighting it

LifeBEAM Vi review: Is Vi up to the task of being your new running coach?

Vi is a fitness coach with real personality, offering up helpful tips and guidance that will help you improve your workouts. When she’s working well,

The best hearables and smart earbuds you can buy right now

Ears are the right place for wearable tech. So says a growing number of hearable and smart headphone startups. The appetite is certainly there for

We break down all the Michael Kors Access smartwatches, trackers and hybrids

Michael Kors was straight out of the blocks with two Android Wearsmartwatches last year and since then the designer’s super stylish Access wearable tech collection

Best wearable tech for triathlon training: Wearables for triathletes to make that swim-bike-run prep a bit more bearable

Whether you’re going for a big run in the park on your lunch break or you’ve decided to sign up for an Iron Man, triathlons

Wearable Angels: 6 stories of lifesaving wearable tech

They’ve got your back, and your heart Wearables don’t only have the potential to improve us, making up for our inefficiencies as pudgy sacks of