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And finally: Xiaomi Mi Band 3i budget tracker incoming and more

And finally is where we mop up the wearable tech rumor mill, bringing you fully up to speed with what’s being reported by the tech press.

Instabeat brings heart rate monitoring to your swimming goggles

See your effort levels in real time and more metrics when your swim is done If you like the idea of bringing heart rate training into the

Xiaomi Mi Band 4: Essential guide to the new budget fitness tracker

Everything you need to know about the new Mi Band After the many rumors and leaked pics, the Xiaomi Mi Band 4 is now official

AMAZFIT GTR smartwatch with up to 56 days of battery life launched

The AMAZFIT GTR smartwatch has just been announced by Xiaomi-backed wearable manufacturer Huami. The brand’s latest offering comes in two sizes – 42mm and 47mm.

Best smartwatch 2019: Smart wrist-based wearables for iPhone and Android

Here are the best smartwatches you can buy in 2019, now including Amazon Prime Day offers If you’re sick and tired of reaching into your

And finally: Samsung Galaxy Watch 2, not Watch Active 2 incoming

Welcome to And finally, the place to find out what’s been happening in the wearable tech world over the last seven days. Hitting the headlines this

Three Affordable Vintage Dive Watches From Historic American Brands

Skin diving refers to short dives using only basic equipment like snorkel gear. Watches for this kind of activity naturally need to be reasonably water-resistant,

Samsung Galaxy Watch Active 2 leaks in official-looking render

It looks increasingly likely that Samsung’s Galaxy Watch Active 2 is going to be the wearable to launch alongside the Note 10 next month. The

Apple Watch 5 release date rumours: When will Apple’s latest smartwatch launch?

The next-gen version of Apple’s smartwatch is currently a myth – here’s what we’d like to see The Apple Watch 5 is slowly approaching its

Qualcomm working on new wearable chip to give Wear watches a big boost

Though we might have to wait until 2020 to see it Qualcomm could be ready to give Wear smartwatches a much needed shot in the arm, with

Samsung Galaxy Watch future models could come with body composition feature

The US patent and trademark office has spilled the beans on a feature Samsung may use on its future wearables. The authority has released a

IBM’s wearable design looks like the Apple Watch and Galaxy Fold’s baby

IBM has filed a patent for a smartwatch with a screen which can be folded out into a tablet mode – you heard it right.

Honor Band 5 given sneak peek – could dish out blood oxygen data before Fitbit

New sensor will help assess sleep quality and detect fatigue Huawei sub-brand Honor is prepping to launch the Band 5, its next generation fitness tracker that promises

And finally: Fossil Sport 2 could be on the way in 2019

Welcome to And finally, the place to find out what’s been happening in the wearable tech world from the last seven days. Hitting the headlines

Honor Band 5 teaser shows colour display and a familiar design

Alongside the established rivalry in the smartphone space, Honor and Xiaomi have a fair bit of competition between each other in the fitness wearable space.

Zeblaze VIBE 5 GREENCELL Sport Smart Watch Review

Zeblaze is an established name in the smartwatch industry. It has figured out space with its amazing and durable products at lower prices. Now, Zeblaze

Samsung Galaxy Fit e review

If you’re in the market for a wearable to track your fitness and activities in 2019, you can go for a fully fledged smartwatch, or

MevoFit Slim + HR Review

Digital fitness startup MevoLife recently launched the MevoFit Slim + HR fitness band in India. In a marketplace that is flooded with fitness bands, the

Blink Play Review

Fitness trackers in the form of wristwatches and bands are quite common now, and are often called a fitness wearable. However, a relatively less popular

Health tech startups to look out for in 2019

Meet the startups building life-changing wearable tech Wearables and health are colliding in a big way and it’s only really the start. Apple, Fitbit, Samsung,

Canon IVY REC is a clip-on wearable camera that looks like a USB stick

We’re used to Canon wowing us with some of the world’s best DLSR cameras, so news the company is looking to tempt us with a

Samsung: Foldable phones are a stopgap for wearable displays

Samsung may be desperately trying to get its Galaxy Fold into the hands of consumers, but is already planning for life beyond the foldable smartphone.

Xiaomi Mijia Quartz Watch SYB01 Review: An Analog smartwatch

Xiaomi Mijia Quartz watch SYB01 is a smart watch by Xiaomi. It adopts a classical design with three colour choices to give you a comfortable hand feeling.

And finally: Jony Ive will still help build future Apple Watches

Welcome to And finally, the place to find out what the heck has been happening in the wearable tech world from the last seven days. Hitting

A wearable legacy: A brief history of Jony Ive creating the Apple Watch

Why the Apple Watch became Ive’s passion project Well, they did it. They finally set Jony Ive free from the white room. The design guru,

Polar chief: We’re not interested in chasing the Apple Watch

But why the company is interested in better understanding your health We’re seeing a bit of a trend of wearable companies – those that have

Polar Ignite wants to charge you up for your next big workout

New Polar watch introduces new training and smart coaching features Polar is beefing up the wearable ranks with the Ignite, a GPS sports watch that

WatchOS 6: Everything you need to know about the new feature, faces, and functions

The Apple Watch is getting real independence. With the expected launch of the Series 5 Apple Watch in the fall comes a new OS, the

And finally: Samsung Galaxy Watch 2 codename revealed

Welcome to And finally, the only place to find out what’s been happening in the wearable tech world. In the headlines this week, news that the Apple

The holy grail: What you need to know about wearables and glucose monitoring

It’s what everyone is shooting for, but is it possible? After taking care of our heart and attempting to tackle sleep disorders, what will be