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We tested several smartwatches to find the best ones for women in terms of size, style, and function. These are the best women's smartwatches.
Fitness tech was on full display at CES 2020 and Insider Picks scoured the showroom floor for the most innovative new gear. Here are our favorites.
These new wireless earbuds have some of AirPods’ best features and are smart enough to respond to your head movements
At CES 2020, the TicPods 2 and 2 Pro debuted, which are cheaper than Apple's AirPods and are also smart enough to detect when they're in your ear.
Samsung is taking a page out of Apple’s playbook by opening stores across the US. Here’s how retail spaces from the competing tech giants ...
Lighting setups and informational displays alongside products were two of the biggest differences, but there were also some similarities.
Snapchat recently released the newest model of its smart glasses, called Spectacles 3, that allow for you to capture first-person videos and photos.
I brought Snapchat’s new $380 smart glasses on a trip to London, and their biggest selling point was a major letdown
Snapchat has released the newest iteration of its smart sunglasses, called Spectacles 3, designed to let you record from a first-person point of view.
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 announced on Friday morning that it was buying wearables maker Fitbit in a deal worth $2.1 billion.
These $600 smart glasses for helping people focus can track your brain waves and will darken the lenses if they sense you’re not concentrating
The new smart glasses from a company called Narbis use neurofeedback to help children maintain an "attentive state."
Tim Cook says Apple’s new AirPods Pro could be a complement to your current AirPods, not a replacement
Apple's new AirPods Pro could serve as a secondary pair of headphones, not a replacement for your old AirPods, says CEO Tim Cook.