Nubia’s flexible Alpha smartwatch sounds perfect on paper, but the device — coming to North America later this year — is just too weird to work as a wearable.
After a frustrating month with a Wear OS Android watch, I remain hopeful about the future of Google's smartwatch platform.
The $149 Dyno Smartwatch has minimal features for kids largely aimed at letting them stay in touch with the parents to know where they are.
The latest version of Wear OS promises an entirely new experience for smartwatch owners, but there’' still a lot of work to be done.
With a larger screen and advanced health features, Apple’s next-gen smartwatch is a huge upgrade. But is it just too big?
Garmin is bringing offline music playback to more of its devices with the launch of the $300 Vivoactive 3 Music.
The first thing you notice when you strap Apple's LTE-equipped Apple Watch onto your wrist is its size — or rather, any change to the size of previous Apple Watches.The $399 Apple Watch Series 3 may come packed with cellular connectivity
With a new smartwatch, sweatproof headphones, and a suite of enhanced health- and fitness-tracking features, Fitbit proves it's playing hardball.
The Huawei Watch 2 is a slick Android Wear 2.0 device with a nifty battery saving mode, but it won't offer built-in 4G LTE -- at least, not in its U.S. version.
While the Apple Watch Series 2 is a big step up for fitness buffs, it doesn't feel like the smartwatch that will make everyone want one.
Casio's first Android Wear-powered smartwatch has a barometer, altimeter, compass, and GPS built in.
Martian's new Kindred VIP watches track your fitness and send priority notifications to your wrist while maintaining a traditional look.
The new Elegant and Jewel editions of the Huawei Watch run Android Wear, offer voice call capabilities and offer plenty of bling, but at a high price.
Fossil adds fitness tracking and smartphone compatibility to its analog Pilot 54 watch with the new Q54 Pilot smart watch.
The LG Watch Urbane 2 brings standalone cellular connectivity and an improved display to LG's signature smartwatch.
The Apple Watch is a fresh take on smartwatches with a premium design and new ways to communicate, but its high price will put some off.
Huawei's newest smartwatch has basic Android Wear features and a traditional design with a sapphire, scratch-resistant display.