The DokiPal smartwatch for kids is a feature-packed wearable that allows you to track and stay in touch with your children. It boasts support for LTE, video calls, and has its own voice assistant, but it's expensive and we had issues.
The Xiaomi Mi Smart Band 4 is one of the best value sport-tech products available, and one of the only fitness bands you should consider buying. It costs a lot less than similar wearables from the big-names, but does just as much.
If you want to keep tabs on your kids, but feel they are a bit young for a first smartphone, then the Xplora 3S kids smartwatch might be exactly what you need. We tested it out with a discerning seven year-old to find out what it's like.
We tried out the Vuzix Blade to find out if it’s worth shelling out $1,000 for smartglasses. Are these augmented reality, Android-powered glasses really ready for primetime or just an expensive gimmick that no one really needs?
The Fossil Q Neely is small, but this beautiful watch comes with a variety of smart functions. Track your activity, receive alerts, and calculate your commute time, all while wearing a chic-looking timepiece.
Does adding Bluetooth connectivity to a watch turn it into a smartwatch? The Casio G-Shock GPW-2000 Gravitymaster connects to an app on your phone, but doesn’t track fitness or deliver notifications. We test it out to see if it’s still a smartwatch, or something different.
The MyKronoz ZeTime Hybrid Smartwatch aims to provide all the features of a smartwatch, while maintaining the mechanical hands and better battery life found on a hybrid watch. Our ZeTime Hybrid Smartwatch review finds the watch falls short.
The Apple Watch and the iPhone go together perfectly, so why not get a portable charger than also complements the two devices. UGreen’s 2-in-1 portable Apple charger will charge your iPhone and Apple Watch up together, or individually, in a very convenient package. We’ve tried it out.
A wearable device that promises to relax you in just 10 minutes, that can be used anywhere, and at any time? Sign us up! That’s the pitch for the Thync Relax Pro, and we’ve been trying it out to see if it lives up to these exciting claims.
Eyewear-maker Jins has come up with a versatile solution to keeping our eyes protected against sunlight, and blue light emitted by our smartphones, while also look cool and having the right prescription lenses to stop us bumping into things. They’re called Frontswitch, and we’ve been wearing a pair.
Montblanc, the luxury goods company best known for its pens, has launched its first Android Wear smartwatch. It's called the Summit, and like most mountains, it's really rather large. We've tried it out.
We wear a fitness tracker and although it collects plenty of data, it doesn't always tell us what to do with it. The Veldt Luxture, a hybrid smartwatch, may change all that with its innovative Life Rhythm feature.
Tag Heuer's luxury world of Swiss watches and the high-tech smarts of Intel have come together in the new Connected Modular 45 smartwatch, and you better believe the hype; this is a real Swiss smartwatch through and through.
The world of hybrid smartwatches is getting bigger, as more people realize they can combine classic watch style with some smart functionality. We've tried on newcomer Kronaby's range at Baselworld 2017.
With plenty of experience in the world of smart wearables, Guess has finally launched its first full smartwatch -- the Guess Connect Touch with Android Wear 2.0. Guess's fashion brand know-how means there are plenty of styles for men and women.
Casio joined the Android Wear family last year with the WSD-F10, a smartwatch that distinguished itself with a focus on outdoor features. At CES, the company has now unveiled the WSD-F20, which improves on its predecessor by adding GPS functionality.
Ever wished you didn't lose concentration, and were more focused? Sunglass brand Smith and brain-sensing experts Muse have created a pair of EEG-equipped sunglasses to help achieve that focused state on demand.
The Apple Watch has come a long way since it was introduced, and WatchOS 3 brings some great improvements to the device. To name a few: New watch faces like Minnie Mouse, handwritten replies, reminders to Breathe, and faster apps. We go hands on.
Philips has finally put its Health Watch, and associated smart health devices, on sale to help you reach your lifestyle goals. However, it's the future of the connected app that really excites, but it's benefits are still some time away.
Fossil got its feet wet in wearable tech with the Q Founder, and now it has two more smartwatches for us, the Q Marshal and the Q Wander. We go hands on with these two gorgeous Android Wear smartwatches.
The Nex Band is a modular wrist band which has software "Hacks" to control your smart home with a tap on the swappable "Mods," and is now available to pre-order through an Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign.
Haier made a smartwatch with a fully round screen in a stainless steel casing that runs Android 6.0 Marshmallow. It has a user interface on top that makes it seem like Android Wear. We go hands on to examine it.
The Apple Watch isn't here yet, but early previews of apps for the device show us how Apple's first wearable will work. Location-based data will make Watch apps contextually aware, and theoretically, more useful.