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And finally: Next Apple Watch could let you clench your fist to answer calls

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Emporio Armani Connected (2018) Review

A stunning wearable that complements Armani’s existing watch portfolio. It also boasts upgraded internals over its predecessor, including an optical heart rate sensor, NFC, integrated

And finally: ​Amazfit Cor 2 comes packing big battery life – and more stories of the week

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Muse 2 review : The brain-sensing headset for mastering mindfulness

Muse 2 is the follow-up to Muse, a brain-sensing headset from Canadian startup InteraXon that’s all about keeping you calm. The second generation device once

Omron HeartGuide first look: A b​lood pressure tracker disguised as a watch

CES 2019: And an impressive feat of engineering Omron’s HeartGuide blood pressure watch was one of our highlights of CES 2018. This year the company

Embr Wave first look: The wearable that hacks your body temperature

By heating or cooling your wrist in waves, this clever wearable can make you feel more comfortable Embr Wave price and release date Available in

Corner boxing tracker review : Punch trackers that deliver the data goods

If you like boxing, or workouts that generally involve punching things, an Apple Watch or a Fitbit just isn’t going to cut it. For those

Halo Sport 2 first-look: Brain zapping headset gets smarter (and cheaper)

CES 2019: Easier set up, better looks and a more affordable price Most wearables track your fitness during your workout, giving you a full read

Why I think the Withings Move ECG is more exciting than the Apple Watch

 When the Apple Watch Series 4 arrived in September 2018, its killer feature was (potentially) saving your life – but soon you’ll be able to

And finally: LG’s next smartwatch to pack a camera and more

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No.1 G12 Smart Watch Review – Not The Average Budget Wearable

NO.1 stepped out of its apparent comfort zone to deliver a watch that looks and performs above the usual ‘throwaway’ level seen in its bracket.

Garmin Instinct review : An outdoor watch that’s built for hardcore adventurers

The Garmin Instinct is a rugged outdoor sports watch that comes from the same wearable stable as Garmin’s Fenix range. Built to withstand the toughest

CES 2019 preview: All the announcements we’re expecting from the year’s biggest show

What happens in Vegas absolutely won’t be staying in Vegas They say that Christmas is the most wonderful time of the year, don’t they? Well,

And finally: Snap Spectacles lead changes hands (again)

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Cherry Mobile Flare Watch Review: A Smartwatch that Won’t Break the Bank?

We check out Cherry Mobile’s latest wearable! While Cherry Mobile appeared to be relatively quiet for 2018 save for its Android Go phonesand the Flare S7 series,

And finally: Apple Watch new Sport straps land and more

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Huawei Band 3 Pro review

Huawei’s latest fitness tracker is the Huawei Band 3 Pro. The new wearable packs built-in GPS, a long-lasting battery, and a similar design to its predecessor

And finally: Huami is planning a ‘revolutionary’ smart wearable for 2019

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And finally: Fallout smartwatch is bringing Vault Boy to the wrist

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Charged up: L’Oréal is making wearables the right way – simple and problem solving

Yes to wearables with clear solutions to serious problems Making that paper. It’s the end goal for every company and L’Oréal is no different. It

Xiaomi Huami Amazfit Verge(Amazfit 3) vs Amazfit Stratos (Amazfit 2) vs Amazfit Bip Comparisons

If you know Xiaomi then for sure you must have heard about Amazfit smartwatches. The Amazit watches are manufactured by Xiaomi sub-brand Huami, the brand has released amazing

Polar Vantage V review

A great multisports watch in the making, but the software isn’t fully formed The Vantage V is the multisports watch Polar hopes will emulate the V800 – a watch

And finally: Apple Watch Series 4 comes to Amazon and Dyson’s wearable air purifier

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Fossil Sport: What you need to know about Android’s latest Apple Watch rival

Fossil has launched its first smartwatch using the shiny new Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 chip, the Fossil Sport. The Fossil Sport targets the same premium, wellness

Insta Ring lets you snap your favourite moments from the finger

Forget your phone, this wearable wants to help you take selfies a simpler way Wearables and cameras have a somewhat difficult relationship. When it comes

Living with Level: How smartglasses made me feel like a terrible person

Finally, a wearable that gives me an existential crisis Smartglasses are hailed as the exciting future of wearables. One day, we’ll all have fancy AR smartglasses on

Fixing Wear OS: How Google could fight back against the Apple Watch

Where Google is going right and wrong with its smartwatch platform There’s no doubt Wear OS is living in the shadow of the Apple Watch right now — while

And finally: Apple Watch sales keep rising and Fitbit’s smartwatch play pays off

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Charged up: Smart rings are awesome – they just don’t suit all sports and fitness

But (but) I still believe they are a true wearable breakthrough Aside from smartwatches, I feel like the other category wearable I’ve been talking (and writing

Wear OS is headed down the road of irrelevance

Days before its big Pixel event, Google released its latest version of its wearable spin on Android. Not Android Wear, of course, but Wear OS,