It looks like the Moto Z won't be the only new Moto phone for the year. Contrary to previous reports, Lenovo could be ditching the Moto X for the Moto M. Here's everything we know about the upcoming Moto M so far.
Pebble's introducing a massive software update with a new Pebble Health app, revamped Timeline interface, slicker launcher, and more in tow. It's scheduled to hit the Pebble time, Pebble Time Steel, Pebble Time Round in the coming days.
After working with LG and Huawei last year, Google could partner with HTC on a pair of new Nexus devices. It would mark the first time Google and HTC have collaborated on a mobile device since 2010. We've got all the news and rumors here.
Xiaomi's newest high-end smartwatch, the Amazfit, sports GPS, a heart rate tracker, a dual-core processor, and notification features at a palatable price point. It's launching in China later this year.
You can now talk to Alexa from your wrist. It's all thanks to a limited edition smartwatch from Omate that will feature an integration with Amazon's popular voice assistant, available in September for pre-order.
According to notorious leaker Evleaks, Huawei will launch three new devices at IFA 2016, specifically the Nova and Nova Plus smartphones and the MediaPad M3 tablet. We don't yet know about pricing for the devices.
ZTE took the wraps off the latest handset in its budget-friendly Warp series: the Warp 7. The $100 handset, which features roaming compatibility with networks in Mexico, is bound for Boost Mobile on September 5.
HTC is rumored to be manufacturing this year's Google Nexus devices, but there's another device set to be unveiled at the end of this week -- the HTC A9S. It's a successor to the HTC A9, though there likely won't be any major improvements.