Wear OS still needs some work. But if you want one now, here are the models to buy.
After a week at the IFA trade show in Berlin looking at laptops, phones and more, we've found a dozen products that deserve your attention.
The Fitbit Versa is a great fitness-focused smartwatch for an affordable price, but it’s not perfect. Here’s the pros and cons based on the top reviews.
Magic Leap promises game-changing mixed-reality experiences. But what is the technology, and how does it work?
The first reviews of the Pixel Buds are in, and they're quite negative, railing Google for complex setup and cumbersome user experience.
You can take all of these fitness wearables in the shower, and some of them can also be your swim partner.
We pick our favorite phones, tablets and accessories that we saw after scouring the show floor at this year’s Mobile World Congress.
From Lenovo's wild Yoga Book, to a simply stunning smartwatch, to a fitness tracker that measures body fat, these are the best new products from IFA 2016.
We take a look at some of the wearables on display at Mobile World Congress, including watches from Guess, MyKronoz, Omate and others.
From an amazing VR headset you can afford, to a smart speaker that puts Siri to shame, these are the best gadgets of the year.
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and we've scoured Google Play and the App Store for the some of the best breast cancer awareness apps.
Here’s a roundup of our favorite apps for the Android Wear smartwatch platform, including food, dating, health and transportation apps.
The Apple Watch packs fitness features, mobile payments, notifications, apps and more in a sleek design. Here's the best of what it offers.
As Mobile World Congress 2015 continues, so does our coverage of the hottest wearables, smartphones, cameras and more.
We select the best of the best new products at the world's biggest tech show, including 4K TVs, wearables, smart home, VR, computing and more.
Because Google Glass is only as good as what you can do with it, you'll want to start by activating these apps.
Now that Facebook owns Oculus Rift, here's where the company should take its virtual reality resources.
You might be excited about getting Google's heads-up display, but you won't be welcome with it in these places.
From a gaming console that looks like a sweater to 3D-printed prosthetics, these wearable tech concepts make Google Glass look like old news.