Huawei has finally unveiled its latest pair of Android Wear watches, but which of the two new devices is right for you? Here, we pit the Huawei Watch 2 Sport and Huawei Watch 2 Classic against one another.
New shortcuts that live underneath the search bar in Google's app and mobile site can connect you with everything from nearby areas of interest to recent travel bookings, and even start up a game of tic-tac-toe.
Sony's back with its Xperia lineup, and if you were expecting an all-new design, you may be disappointed. The differences from last year's lineup are largely internal, though the four smartphones have some unique features.
There are hundreds of automotive gizmos on the market to help us stay safe and enhance our daily driving experience. From self-powered jump starters to Bluetooth-enabled diagnostic tools, here are 12 of our favorites.
A new iPad is joining the fray: A 9.7-inch replacement for the outgoing iPad Air 2. It will launch in brick-and-mortar and online stores beginning March 24, with additional launch regions and retail partners to follow.
Zocdoc's new Patient-Powered Search, which recently went public after a lengthy beta, maps colloquial terms to medical terminology. A search for "stomach doctor," for example, will serve up results for nearby gastroenterologists.
ARM, the holding company that designs the chips for billions of devices worldwide, is introducing a major new architecture in 2017. It's called DynamIQ, and it's bound for phones, cars, home automation products, and AI-powered devices.
Swarovski has postponed the launch of its highly anticipated "smartwatch for women," a device we long expected to see at Baselworld 2017. The device has not been canceled, and it is still in development with Google and Qualcomm.
It looks like ZTE might be preparing to enter the Android Wear smartwatch world with the ZTE Quartz, a smartwatch rumored to run the latest version of Google's Wear operating system. Here's everything we know about the ZTE Quartz so far.