After a frustrating month with a Wear OS Android watch, I remain hopeful about the future of Google's smartwatch platform.
Intimate apparel company, Soma is looking to solve the problem of ill-fitting bras with an app and a smart bra.
FightCamp uses sensors, boxing gloves and a freestanding bag, with an eye toward helping you stay in shape by boxing.
The latest version of Wear OS promises an entirely new experience for smartwatch owners, but there’' still a lot of work to be done.
These $499 Smart Glasses feature an AR screen that puts your heart rate, distance and other key stats right in your field of view.
The Rokid AR Glasses make interacting with augmented reality fairly easy with different gestures, but it could use more time in the oven and more apps before launch.
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.
Altacel is bundling a VR headset, as well as some other goodies, with its flagship Idol 4S smartphone, available in August.
The wireless Gear Icon X disappear into your ears and come with 4GB of storage and heart rate monitoring to enhance your workouts.
This cubic zirconium ring looks like a regular piece of jewelry but uses NFC and Bluetooth LE to pair with your phone or activate smart locks.
Mio's $99 Slice band has a built-in heart rate monitor and will keep tabs on your overall health using Mio's new PAI algorithm.
The Mettis Trainer insole, which will fit in almost any shoe, can measure the pressure you apply to different parts of your feet.
Casio's first Android Wear-powered smartwatch has a barometer, altimeter, compass, and GPS built in.
The Vuze VR kit records 360-degree 3D stills and video in 4K resolution, to create your own VR content, for just $800.
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 Digitsole Smartshoe tracks your steps, has a built-in flashlight and heater, and yes, can tighten when you press a button on your smartphone.
The Sona Connected Bracelet tracks your mental and physical activity to help you better deal with stress. We go hands-on.