Apple has sent out invitations to its big September event in Cupertino, where it's expected to unveil three new iPhones and the Apple Watch Series 4.
A new regulatory filing shows only six models for the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4, hinting at a big change for Apple's smartwatch.
An analyst with a solid track record sees a lot of hardware coming out of Cupertino this fall, from new iPhones and Apple Watches to updated Macs.
According to a trusted leaker, the upcoming Gear S4 may be equipped with Google's Wear OS instead of Samsung's own Tizen OS.
Qualcomm’s new chip brings 4G LTE to kids’ watches, which will make it easier to keep tabs on your little one.
A new third-party app called Voice in a Can lets you summon Alexa right from the Apple Watch. But it's functionality is somewhat limited.
Apple faces a $5 million class-action lawsuit over the design of the Apple Watch. The plaintiff, Kenneth Sciacca of Colorado, alleges that the smart watches are all defective.
Apple's annual developer conference starts June 4. Here are the changes to iOS, macOS and other Apple products you can expect at this year's event.
What Google's smartwatch platform really needs is a faster processor and better health and fitness-tracking features.
Fitness trackers are finally taking security and privacy seriously, except for a little-known band from Lenovo that you should avoid.
Fitbit’s new smartwatch features let you log periods, manage medications and respond to texts via your Android phone.
Apple's fitness-focused wearable alerted 18-year-old Deanna Recktenwald of a spike in her heart rate, which revealed a kidney disorder.
Apple has been working on MicroLED technology that is on its way to the Apple Watch and possibly a pair of augmented reality glasses.
A study of more than 9,000 people shows that fitness trackers and smartwatches with optical heart rate sensors can predict atrial fibrillation with 97 percent accuracy.
The company is working on the new technology at a secret facility in California, and it will likely come to the Apple Watch first.
The Apple Watch may get a wireless charging case similar to the one we're awaiting for the company's AirPods.