wearables

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

Whoop Strap 2.0 review : A wearable that proves we should all be training like the pros

Whoop proves we should all be training and recovering like the pros, regardless of our fitness-based aspirations. The price tag will immediately rule out most

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?

And finally : Apple Watch Series 3 detailed and more

A roundup of the week’s rumour mill and some of the lesser stories from CES 2017 It’s been a crazy few days in the tech

Hands on: TCL Moveband review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The Moveband won’t blow you away with stunning design or standout features, but for not a lot of money you can nab

ODG AR smart glasses hands-on: Snapdragon 835 gets real

The first Snapdragon 835 device isn’t a phone, and it isn’t a tablet: it’s a set of augmented reality glasses. Two sets of glasses, to

Every Fossil Group designer wearable launched in 2016 – Getting to 100: Michael Kors, Diesel, Armani, Kate Spade & more

At Baselworld back in March, Fossil Group announced it would launch 100 wearables from eight of its fashion brands, in 40 countries and 20 languages,

And finally: Apple Watch Series 3 could move vital feature to make it even slimmer

Merry Christmas you lovely, lovely people. We hope you’ve enjoyed tucking away the turkey and mountain of sprouts, but have every intention of putting that

The big ​VO2 Max test : Fitbit, Garmin and Jabra go head-to-head

We put three wearables up against the sports lab There’s been an increasing focus on VO2 Max from the latest fitness wearables, with Garmin, Fitbit

Fossil’s Winter 2016 collection : Emporio Armani, Diesel and Kate Spade

Up close with the latest additions to Fossil’s collection of designer wearables Fossil Group, worthy winners of our Fashion Tech Collection of the Year award

Coach HP Smartwatch Review

THE GOOD Very attractive analog watch with comfortable leather strap Many smartphone notification options Waterproof casing THE BAD Limited activity tracking Can’t access already viewed

Mionix Naos QG review

PROS Brilliant ergonomics Interesting biometric data graphs Sublime tracking performance CONS Limited RGB lighting Expensive for a wired mouse Elements of the software in beta

Amazfit Arc review : If cutting costs is a top priority, look no further than Arc

Huami’s on a roll this year. The Chinese company has already released the Amazfit Moon Beam and Equator wearables, which weren’t perfect but fantastically eye

Fitbit Flex 2 v Fitbit Flex : To upgrade your fitness tracker or not?

Fitbit began its journey with clip-on trackers but its first wrist device, the Fitbit Flex, was a major turning point for the company. It led

Apple Watch Series 1 review : Back to the future

The Apple Watch Series 1 is what the first should have been. It’s smooth to use and Watch OS3 makes the experience even better. The

Misfit Phase review : Minimal design, tactile smarts

The Misfit Phase is an elegant new vessel for Misfit’s activity tech, and a beautiful watch in its own right. Notifications take a bit of

Samsung Gear S3 Classic review: Android Wear, beware, this is smartwatch to beat

Samsung has been in the wearable game longer most other tech companies. From its original Galaxy Gear through to now with its latest Gear S3

Garmin Approach X40 review : The first true everyday golf wearable impresses

We’re big fans of the Approach X40 and it’s become our go-to golf watch. While elements of the shot tracking and advanced scoring are too

​The best wearable payment devices : Put the bank card down and pay with your body

Wearables aren’t just for showing smartphone notifications and tracking your fitness (or lack of it): a growing number of them are adding contactless payments to

Cheap Smartwatches Under $40 Ranked Best to Worst

Always wanted a smartwatch, but the Apple Watch is out of your price range? A plethora of smartwatches from a squadron of obscure Chinese vendors

The best kids trackers : Using wearables for child safety

Never lose track of your little ones again with GPS trackers for kids big and small Thanks to advances in GPS technology, keeping track of

Withings Health Mate : Essential guide – Tips and tricks for Withing’s lifestyle app

When we’re talking about how good a piece of fitness tech is, it’s easy to focus only on the hardware. But if you’re serious about

The best wearables for real time coaching

Skip the personal trainer and let these wearables give you that extra edge We know that fitness trackers and sporty wearables are great at showering

Misfit Phase : A guide to Misfit’s first smart analogue watch

Every detail about the Misfit Phase in one place Misfit recently announced its first smartwatch, the Misfit Phase, which marries analogue style with notifications and

Apple Watch Series 2 v Fitbit Flex 2 Comparison : Swimming

We spend some serious pool time with the two waterproof wearables After years of users asking for it, Fitbit finally gave the world its first

​Samsung Gear Fit2 v Fitbit Charge 2 : Which fitness tracker is best for you?

Both the Samsung Gear Fit2 and Fitbit Charge 2 are well rounded fitness trackers with a few flaws sprinkled in here and there. The first

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

Teclast H30 Review – A Quality Fitness Band for just $18

Pros: Heart rate sensor is new design Price is very challenging in the smartband market Design is modest OLED Screen Battery Life as claimed is