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There’s a ‘Pro’ version of every major Apple gadget except for the Apple Watch. It’s time for that to change.
Apple has a "Pro" product line for the iPhone, AirPods, iPad, and its other major gadgets. Here's why it makes sense to launch an Apple Watch Pro too.
Versace, Ferragamo, and Valentino are making watches that work as credit and transport cards – and you can use them worldwide from 2020
For those who find smart wearables convenient, but hate the design.
Google has made an offer to acquire Fitbit, Reuters reported, which would potentially give the firm a presence in the smartwatch market.
No need to cover up those sweat spots when you're eating out with your friends anymore.
NUS researchers invent ‘smart’ clothing that boosts wearable tech connectivity and battery life by 1,000 times
The "smart" clothes turn the wearer into a pseudo human circuit board.
At its biggest conference of the year, Apple quietly laid the groundwork for a pair of smart glasses
Apple is reportedly working on a pair of smart glasses to debut sometime in 2020. At WWDC 2019, the company hinted at what's to come.
Amazon is reportedly working on a new gadget that would be able to recognize your emotional state using just the sound of your voice
Amazon is reportedly developing a device that can read emotions based on voice, potentially adding to the vast knowledge it has about its users.
There’s a bizarre new trend in men’s fashion of wearing a smartphone around your neck, and luxury brands like Prada are already selling ve...
Wearable phone cases have slowly been making their way onto the runway at major fashion shows around the world.
‘Why wouldn’t everyone in the world have a wearable?’: Fitbit’s CEO on its new products, fixing the way we sleep, and taking o...
Fitbit CEO James Park discusses the company's larger health initiatives, competing with Apple, and its new Versa Lite smartwatch.
This meditation device changed my life by calming my anxiety and helping me sleep great — even when I travel
This device taught me how to go from anxious to settled, still, calm, focused, relaxed and then to sleepy — often in less than 10 minutes.