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Wearables

Leica’s chic new product can’t take pictures, but you’ll still want it

Leica may be best known for its cameras, but its latest product isn't a camera at all, but a watch. And rather than a partnership where Leica lends its name to another company, this is a true designed-by-Leica, made-in-Germany timepiece.
Mobile

Smarten up your old-fashioned watch with the Montblanc Twin Smart Strap

Are you too attached to the old reliable watch on your wrist to give it up for a smartwatch? You'll soon be able to add smart functionality to your old-school watch with the Montblanc Twin Smart Strap.
Outdoors

Surfers can check the tide on their wrist with Nixon’s Base Tide Pro

Whether you're an amateur or a pro, the Base Tide Pro is designed to provide you with accurate tide height, tide time, sunrise, and sunset information so that you can spend less time searching for waves and more time surfing.
Wearables

This beautiful, unique one-handed watch started life as a doodle on a coaster

Mechanical watches are simple compared to smartwatches; but for Swiss Reimagined they’re not quite simple enough. The team decided to do something about it. The result is SNGLRTY, a watch that accurately tells time with just one hand.
Gaming

Nintendo Labo features cardboard accessory kits to interact with your Switch

Nintendo Labo, revealed on January 17, are cardboard kits designed to be used with the Nintendo Switch to create new experiences. Two sets, the Variety Kit and the Robot Kit, launch in April.
Emerging Tech

This DIY wooden watch is not the smartest, but it’s among the coolest

Looking for the next great wearable? Created by Harvard computer scientist Harnek Gulati, the Wooden Word Watch is a wooden timepiece that tells the time by spelling it out for you.
Social Media

Facebook mounts assault on Netflix and Amazon with new ‘Watch’ platform

Facebook is launching a new video tab called "Watch," marking the start of its big push into original content. Landing this week for select users, the tab is expected to be a more structured version of its current video offering.
Wearables

The Shaper by NOWA is a smartwatch that looks like a classic timepiece

Meet the Shaper by NOWA, a collection of watches for frequent fliers that connects to your smartphone for automatic time zone changing, activity and sleep tracking, all with the timeless look of an analogue face.
Mobile

You can own a limited edition version Steve Jobs' iconic Seiko watch for just $180

You'll be able to get your hands on a limited edition of Chariot series watches. If you're an Apple enthusiast or, perhaps more specifically, a Steve Jobs fan, you'll recognize the watch as the same timepiece Jobs wore on the cover of Time.
Web

More young Americans prefer to read rather than watch the news

As per a recent study from the Pew Research Center, despite the younger generation's love for bite-sized content, a plurality still prefers to read their news rather than watch it.
Emerging Tech

Could this watch help you appreciate the little moments in life a bit better?

You may have to learn a new way to tell time, but it'll be worth it. Say hello to the Wundrwatch, a timepiece that has but one hand, making for a 24 hour clock that helps you "appreciate those special moments that matter."
Health & Fitness

Healthy and motivated? Get that way with Philips latest connected fitness devices

Want to get healthier? Philips has a complete range of health and fitness tracking products, and a connected app, to help you do just that. These include a watch-style fitness tracker, and a pair of connected scales.