You can now use your Vivoactive 3 smartwatch to pay for stuff using Garmin Pay, though with only a few banks involved at the start, the launch is somewhat limited. Garmin is promising more support "soon."
The Nokia Steel HR hybrid smartwatch was held back from launch earlier this year, but is now up for sale on Nokia's website for $180. Nokia rebranded Withings fitness technology products after it acquired the company last year.
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The DKNY Minute hybrid smartwatch is the fashion brand's first wearable device, and it has been designed for women. The small 38mm case comes in several colors, and has interchangeable straps, plus all the usual smartwatch features.
Even if you don't have a Fitbit fitness tracker, it may still have a positive impact on your health. A major research project is using 10,000 Fitbits to collect data that could lead to better health care and treatment.
The Olympus smart glasses El-10 are designed to allow businesses to produce their own applications. The system weighs less than three ounces and can be worn with existing prescription or safety glasses.