OK, it's one of the most mission-specific wearables you'll ever see. But if you care about jumping, it seems possibly game-changing.
Better late than never, the long-overdue health and activity tracker promises to deliver canine wellness data that not even your vet can record.
Google's smartwatch OS is getting a lot more pop-culture aware. And that's just the beginning of what looks to be a killer update.
The real-time heart-rate tracking isn't perfect, but it comes close. And with automatic sleep tracking and an improved industrial design, the Basis Peak is much better than its predecessor.
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The G Watch R beats its closest competitor, the Moto 360, to take the Android Wear crown. Just be prepared for a large smartwatch with a very specific design.
No, it's not another activity tracker. Instead, Fitbug has created a mobile platform for customized fitness regimens and workout videos.
It's uncomfortable to wear, and its heart-rate data is inconsistent. But for just $200, the Microsoft Band is stuffed with more sensors than any other wearable available.
Android Wear's new offline music features are rather inscrutable, but this handy starter's guide should make everything clear.
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The new features are welcome, but it's not immediately clear how to take advantage of offline music, and GPS isn't available in current hardware.
Shipping in early November, the G Watch R evokes a traditional sports chronograph, complete with a circular display and watch faces with digital complications.
With a more elegant design, brighter display, and improved heart-rate sensor, the Basis Peak fitness and sleep tracker improves on the Basis B1 Band in pretty much every way.
Apple's new $350 wearable supports mobile Apple Pay payments and a raft of health and exercise features. But its most novel feature may be the "Digital Crown" navigation interface.
Apple's wearable is far from a guaranteed success, but mobile payments, simple UI, and a perfectly compromised hardware design could make the iWatch the first smartwatch everyone loves.