Slew of new smartwatches — many with Android Wear 2.0 — to debut at Baselworld 2017

Baselworld 2017 is nearly here, and we're expecting to see a ton of great new smartwatches from the likes of Tag Heuer, Movado, and more. Here's everything we expect to see at the annual watch and jewelry trade show.

Misfit's waterproof, touchscreen Vapor switches to Android Wear 2.0

Misfit revealed its first touchscreen, waterproof smartwatch at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, and while it ran a proprietary operating system at the time, it now runs Android Wear.

Strap this wearable to your head for better rest, less stress, and fast relaxation

Thync, the company that uses neurostimulation to change your mood, has announced the Thync Relax Pro, which unlike its first product, solely concentrates on relaxation, stress reduction, and better sleep.

Keep your camera still with our 7 favorite tripods

Despite the impressive stabilization tech in today's cameras, there are times when you need a tripod. We've rounded up seven of our favorites, each of which has its own unique approach to keeping your camera steady.

FreedomPop’s new family plan isn’t unlimited — but it sure is cheap

If you and your family are in the market for a new wireless provider, don't eat up a whole lot of data, and would like to spend as little as possible, FreedomPop may have just what you're looking for.

Google announces updates for Duo, Allo, Photos, and Google Search in Brazil

Google announced a string of app updates aimed at developing markets -- specifically Brazil. The company's rolling out improvements to Allo, Duo, Google Photos, and more in the coming weeks.

Apple’s iPhone 6s was most popular smartphone of 2016 — and it wasn’t close

In 2016, the iPhone 6s became the most-shipped smartphone in the world, followed by the iPhone 7, iPhone 7 Plus, and iPhone 6s Plus. This puts the iEmpire's hardware well ahead of the competition.
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Android security came a long way in 2016 but Google says there is more work

Google made significant strides in shutting down malicious apps and distributing security updates last year, but has identified areas of improvement in a year-in-review blog post.

Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 demolishes the competition in new benchmarks

Qualcomm claimed the Snapdragon 835 was the company's fastest mobile chip yet and benchmarks prove that. In tests at the company's HQ, the chip bested Samsung's Exynos processor and Huawei's Kirin.

Will your watch get Android Wear 2.0? Read our guide to find out

After announcing it at I/O 2016, Google is finally launching Android Wear 2.0, a major revamp that's meant to breathe new life into the company's smartwatch platform. Here's when you can expect it on your watch.

Huawei wants to come to the U.S., and it might be looking to AT&T for help

Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei has been looking to enter the American smartphone market for some time now and a rumored deal with AT&T might finally get it to our shores.

LG Pay mobile payment system will finally launch in June -- but only in S. Korea

LG might be planning to join the growing list of mobile payment providers in the near future. Rumors claim it's working on LG Pay, a mobile payments service for South Korea, and possibly elsewhere.