Is the long-rumored Pixel Watch finally on the way?
The newest Kate Spade smartwatch sports GPS, a heart rate sensor and NFC, but its appeal is pure style.
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.
This watch packs in every feature you could hope for, and will never die. What more could you ask for?
The new Pandora app for the Apple Watch lets you listen to your favorite songs offline, provided you're a paying subscriber.
The FCC is letting Google move forward with sensors that use radar to detect hand gestures. The technology could give us a new way to interact with smartwatches, speakers and other devices.
Apple Watches and Fitbits have inadvertently saved lives. But how far are we from replacing our annual checkup with a glance at our wrist?
These products and technologies truly pushed the envelope this year in a wide range of categories, including phones, TVs, computing, gaming and smartwatches.
An app that uses Apple Watch sensors to monitor your heart rate is coming in the next watchOS update, delivering on a feature Apple promised back in September.
Spotify has released the first Apple Watch-ready version of its music app, but offline playback will have to wait.
With a faster processor and the latest Wear OS software, Fossil’s new Android smartwatch could be the best yet.
A hospital technician discovers that the inert gas Helium can temporarily brick iPhones and Apple Watches, but doesn’t affect Android devices.
The latest version of Wear OS promises an entirely new experience for smartwatch owners, but there’' still a lot of work to be done.