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LG Watch W7 Review

For years, LG’s smartphones distinguished themselves from the competition with the inclusion of a wide-angle secondary lens. It offered a fresh perspective (pun intended), as well

Charged Up: The hybrid concept deserves better than the LG Watch W7

Is LG’s effort enough to right the wrongs of the MyKronoz ZeTime? Welcome, one and all, to Charged Up – the place where we deliver

LG Watch W7 pokes mechanical hands through a Wear OS touchscreen

LG doesn’t just have the new V40 ThinQ smartphone today, it also has a brand new wearable, the LG Watch W7, which pairs physical hands

And finally: Apple Watch automatic low-power mode revealed by patent

Welcome, one and all, to another big slice of And finally goodness. That’s right, it’s your place to find out about the smaller stories that didn’t make

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

Shell is a bizarre, unconvincing smartwatch-phone mashup

A smartwatch straight out of Mission: Impossible The standalone smartwatch has been something of a dream for smartwatch enthusiasts. Imagine finally being rid of your

Best Smartwatches For Women 2017: Stylish & Hybrid Smartwatch For Women

The world is getting smarter and so does the watches. With an exponential increase in innovations around the world, it was made sure that even

Verizon Wear24 review: Verizon’s LTE-enabled smartwatch is anything but extraordinary

The Verizon Wear24 would make for a pretty solid entry-level Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch. It’s got zippy performance with good battery life, GPS and LTE.

Best Android Wear watch: Top picks from an ever growing group of Google-powered wearables

Picking the best Android Wear smartwatch is a harder task than ever. There are an ever-expanding range of Android Wear smartwatches on sale, from a

Hugo Boss Touch – First look review : effortlessly ups the Android Wear design stakes

The Hugo Boss Touch may sound delightfully straight-laced, and in many ways that perfectly sums up Boss’ new fashion-forward Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch. Yes, the

Samsung Gear S3 vs LG Watch Sport : Battle of the bulky smartwatches

While Fitbit smartwatch details are beginning to emerge and Apple leads the pack, the latest offerings from Samsung and the Android Wear world are still

Hands on: Mont Blanc Summit review

Mont Blanc is the latest luxury watch maker to make the leap to smartwatches, and the Mont Blanc Summit is the firm’s first in this

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

Android Wear 2.0 review : Google takes another run-up at its smartwatch platform

Android Wear 2.0 is the overhaul Google’s OS needed. Not only does it make Wear more independent from the smartphone, it now gives iOS users

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 review : An Android Wear 2.0 watch overshadowed by its more feature-packed brethren

The LG Watch Style puts the emphasis on looks over features and from that perspective it does deliver. This is one of the best looking

LG Style and Sport ROUND-UP Reviews: Tepid Android Wear 2.0 Debut

LG officially launched its $249 LG Watch Style and $350 LG Watch Sport — the first two devices to run Android Wear 2.0 — and

​12 features Apple Watch 2 should steal from other smartwatches

The Apple Watch has great potential, but it’s by no means the perfect device. Even with the improvements delivered bywatchOS 2, and the impending arrival

LG Watch Urbane LTE Review : Not Smart Enough

THE GOOD LTE connectivity for freedom from phone Solid fitness tracking tool Android Wear improvements THE BAD Bulky design Relatively short battery life Limited phone

Fossil Q Founder Review

THE GOOD Attractive design Can always display time THE BAD Bulky design will turn off some Wireless charger is crazy large No heart-rate monitor VERDICT

Omate Rise smartwatch time-limited Indiegogo campaign skyrockets

We’ve seen a few crazy crowdfunding campaigns before, but most of them had insane pitches and promises, not all of which are able to deliver.

Tag Heuer Connected: Android Wear gets its luxury tag — First Impressions

Tag Heuer took to the stage in New York today to pull the covers off the Tag Heuer Connected, with Jean-Claude Biver, CEO, saying that

Pebble Time Round review: A prettier design comes with tradeoffs

Earlier this year, Pebble released two new smartwatches: The Time and the Time Steel. Both feature color e-ink displays, an updated “Timeline” interface, support for

LG, GM team up to develop Chevrolet Bolt EV

When you hear of tech companies’ involvement with modern, high tech cars, it’s usually limited to a few pieces of technology inside the cabin, more

Huawei Watch review

When we first laid our eyes on the Huawei Watch back in February, the next-gen Moto 360 models and the LG Watch Urbane sequel were

Moto 360 Review (2015)

Today we review the second generation Moto 360 for the year 2015. This is a follow-up to a winning design from Motorola for the year

LG dresses its luxury smartwatch in a gold suit

LG’s Watch Urbane was a pretty watch, but it was hardly going to impress the super-rich with its sub-$300 price tag. That’s why the Korean

Android Wear now works with iPhones

The rumors are true: Google has officially announced that Android Wear is coming to the iPhone. But there are a few caveats. For one thing,

Verizon starts LG G4 pre-order 28th May, G Pad X8.3 in tow

The ball has started rolling for the LG G4’s launch in the US, and, unsurprisingly, Verizon Wireless is one of the first on the scene.