Apple has filed for a patent on a smartwatch band that could improve battery life. But what is with that round Apple Watch?
From the LG G6 and other new flagship phones to new developments in AI and 5G, this is what's on tap for MWC 2017.
Doctors and government health regulators warn that wearable baby monitors could do more harm than good.
The latest developer preview of Android Wear 2.0 indicates that the watch OS will be much more compatible with the iPhone than it was previously.
The Bloomlife wearable device can monitor pregnant women's contractions and let them know when it's time to go to the hospital.
Samsung is doing something with its Gear S wearables that Apple would never considering doing with its Apple Watch.
According to a new report, Apple is teaming with Zeiss on a pair of augmented reality glasses that may launch this year.
The New Balance RunIQ watch has GPS and a heart rate monitor, and will offer training insights as you run.
The G-Vert is designed for athletes who want to get real-time data on the intensity, power and balance of their movements.
This skin-tasting wearable could make glucose and lactic acid testing cheaper and easier for diabetics and athletes if it passes regulatory hurdles.
Fitbit released an update for the Charge 2 that adds six features: here's what they are, and how to get them.
Niantic, the creator of Pokemon Go, is reportedly planning to deliver a wearable to compete with Apple Watch and others.
You can save $70 on prescription lenses for Snapchat Spectacles, but the process takes longer and makes you do the work.
Google's acquisition of tech startup Cronologics could mean that Google Assistant will be coming to future Android Wear smartwatches.
Pebble has ceased operations after Fitbit bought it. And that could impact your Pebble watch down the road.
Despite lackluster interest in smartwatches, Tim Cook says the Apple Watch had its best week of sales ever. Should you buy into the hype?
Eyewear companies now offer prescription lenses for the stylish and hard-to-get wearable, and they start at a reasonable $99.
With a Pebble acquisition looming, Fitbit's fitness trackers and watches could get a whole lot smarter soon.
The Spectacles from Snapchat just went on sale in New York City near the Apple Store, and the location will be open through New Year's Eve.
The Matrix PowerWatch uses thermoelectric energy to power this crowd-funded wearable, converting body heat into electricity.
Apple is reportedly working on a pair of augmented reality glasses that would allow you to interact with iOS apps in the real world.
The Anti-Snore Wearable is an armband that encourages this already-proven way to improve breathing while you sleep.
Garmin has added a new Strava safety features to certain smartwatches that lets you share location without your contacts having to join Strava's social network.
Are you too street-smart for Google Glass but not hip enough for Spectacles? The Smabow is a cap that holds your camera for POV videos.
A new wrist gesture patent suggests that the next Apple Watch will be able to perform all sorts of actions by interpreting your wrist gestures.
HP's new smartwatch collection delivers notifications and fitness tracking on your wrist, but fashion comes first.