wearables

Misfit Flare Hands-on Review: What you need to know – Essential guide to the minimalist, budget fitness tracker

The new budget Misfit tracks steps, sleep and swims Misfit has a new fitness tracker, the Flare, to add to its growing collection and it’s

Samsung Gear S4: What to expect from Samsung’s next smartwatch

We take a look at the latest talk and rumours Samsung has been on a bit of a roll with its smartwatches. The Gear S2

Hands on: ZTE Quartz review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The ZTE Quartz offers an incredible value for the cost, packing in a Snapdragon 2100 chip, all-day battery life and 3G. While

How 5G on wearables will make the smartphone era look like a warm-up

It’ll become ubiquitous, and then everything will change 5G is not just about speed. It may seem like just a logical step on from current

Kate Spade Metro Grand review : Chicer than your average hybrid

When is a smartwatch not a smartwatch? When it looks like this. Kate Spade – and Fossil – are changing the game around what a

Best Fitbit compatible apps to step up your tracking game

Fitbit’s companion smartphone app, whether that’s for Android, iOS or Windows (no, we didn’t forget about you) is a big reason why we continue to

MyKronoz ZeTime is a smartwatch like no other – and our latest featured Kickstarter

We regularly scour Kickstarter, Indiegogo and more to find the best crowdfunding projects around, so you know which ones to consider backing – and which

Best hybrid smartwatches 2017 : Withings, Mondaine and more

Helping you pick a traditional watch with added smarts What’s the difference between a smartwatch and a smart analogue watch? They might sound like the

​The best waterproof fitness trackers (2017)

Looking to find the best fitness tracker for swimming? We might just be able to help. For many people looking for a pool-friendly wearable, the

Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 Hands-on Review : A classy smartwatch to build yourself

Intel inside, choices outside The Tag Heuer Connected Modular 45 knows its market, and after the (perhaps surprising) success of the original Tag Heuer Connected,

Apple Watch 2 vs Huawei Watch 2 comparison review : watch out for 4G smartwatches Apple

The Apple Watch 2 is impressive but is it good enough to beat the new 4G-capable offering from Huawei? Huawei announced the Huawei Watch 2

Underwater audio : The best headphones for swimming

It’s a whole lot easier to find headphones for running than it is for swimming. That’s because when you’re heading to the pool, you need

Hands on: Sony Xperia Ear open-style review

OUR EARLY VERDICT It’s far too early to pass judgement on these new wearables, but while they’re still largely pointless at this stage the direction

Hands on: ZTE Blade V8 Lite review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The ZTE Blade V8 Lite is true to its name, offering a smartphone that’s light on powerful specs, but provides a more

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Vs iPad Pro: a quick comparison

This year’s Mobile World Congress is well underway in Barcelona and at its press conference on Sunday February 26, Samsung announced a brand new member

Hands on: ZTE Blade V8 Mini review

OUR EARLY VERDICT The ZTE V8 Mini Pro provides a quick upgrade to new software and features, with Android 7.0 Nougat onboard and a dual-lens

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

Moov HR review

PROS Convenient wearing method Accurate readings Real-time coaching and motivation HRM compatible with other apps CONS Limited HIIT circuits at the moment Headband takes some

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

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

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

LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style: Release date, specs and everything else you need to know

It would be fair to say that LG has hit Android Wear with some vigour over the past few years: LG G Watch was one of the

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 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

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

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?