The nearly perfect Garmin Fenix 5 GPS smartwatch is now on sale for $100 off

Smartwatches have come a long way in recent years. Through June 16, you can take $100 off the excellent Garmin Fenix 5 smartwatch -- one of the best GPS watches ever -- letting you score one for just $450 as part of REI's Anniversary Sale.

There’s a Wear OS alternative called AsteroidOS that you can install now

Starting to get a little tired of playing with the same software on your smartwatch? Turns out you have an open-source option, Linux-based smartwatch OS called AsteroidOS has just launched for a selection of watches.
Health & Fitness

Smart bike helmet maker Coros’ GPS fitness watch promises 30 days of battery life

Smart bike helmet manufacturer Coros has introduced a new GPS-enabled fitness smartwatch that can track workouts, has a built in heart rate monitor, and offers a 30-day battery life, all for $300.

Everything we know about the upcoming Google Pixel Watch

From its Pixel smartphones to Google Home, the Google brand is quickly becoming synonymous with high-quality consumer hardware. This year it looks like Google may branch out a little further by creating its first smartwatch.

LG’s rumored hybrid smartwatch may have a touchscreen and analog hands

LG may be working on a new smartwatch that combines a touchscreen with a set of analog watch hands. We don't know what it will look like yet, but a set of specs have been leaked. Here's what you need to know about the LG Watch Timepiece.
Emerging Tech

Tiny injectable chip could be used for long-term alcohol monitoring

Researchers at the University of California San Diego have developed a tiny ultra-low power biosensor that’s designed to be injected into the body for continuous alcohol monitoring.

Here’s everything we know about the upcoming Samsung Gear S4 smartwatch

Rumors are gathering about the Samsung Gear S4 smartwatch, a follow-up to the 2016 Gear S3. There's a chance it may arrive in August, and feature improved sleep tracking, as well as a proprietary Samsung processor.

Wearables were scarce at Mobile World Congress, but a few piqued our interest

At this year's Mobile World Congress, we couldn't help but ask: Where were all the wearables? Even though our options looked bleak, we did find a few that stood out among the noise.

The SweetzPot Flow is the fitness device that encourages you to just breathe

The SweetzPot Flow is a new wearable that not only tracks an athlete's heart rate, but also their breathing as well, providing a better sense of aerobic efficiency that improves endurance and speed over time.

Suunto 3 Fitness smartwatch is like having a personal trainer always with you

The latest smartwatch from Finnish company Suunto, the Suunto 3 Fitness promises to deliver a unique approach to fitness, and claims to adapt to training rhythms in order to provide customized training regimens to boost your wellness.

Amazfit promises 45 days of battery life from its $99 smartwatch

The new Amazfit Bip smartwatch comes with an always-on display, heart rate monitor, GPS tracking, smartphone notifications, and a 45-day battery life. It also weighs just one ounce and costs $99.

Nixon’s all-action Mission SS smartwatch slips into something less casual

Nixon has released three new versions of its Mission Android Wear smartwatch, changing the silicone strap from the first model for a classier, and dressier, metal link band. The watch still retains its toughness though.