Google's taking more control over its Android and Android Wear Operating Systems, LG is working on a 3G smartwatch that won't need a smartphone and the Nexus 6 is coming soon.
The Pebble and Pebble Steel get true background fitness tracking and support for apps, along with lower prices: at last, could we have a smartwatch end up being a serious fitness band replacement?
While it's not the perfect replacement for an everyday wristwatch, the iOS and Android-friendly Meta M1 is a simplified smartwatch that gets a lot of things right.
Sony's new SmartWatch 3 improves on its predecessor with its waterproof, customisable design and its Android Wear software.
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LG could soon join Samsung in offering a smartwatch that does not rely on a smartphone.
The latest scuttlebutt now suggests that Apple's new smartwatch won't hit the high-volume assembly line until the start of 2015.
It's massive, it's thick, and it does almost everything your Android phone does.
CNET has learned that HTC still plans to enter the burgeoning wearables business despite speculation its watch was scratched.
An independent SIM card and microSD storage helps this Chinese wearable do just about everything your Android phone does, too.
Apple's new smartwatch has served notice that Android Wear isn't the only game in town. But for now, app makers seem happy to have choices.