The app community sprouting up around the Suunto Ambit GPS watch helps wearers crunch workout data in terms of chocolate consumption, beer guzzling, and percentage of Usain Bolt's speed.
Tech companies have been trying to make smartwatches happen for decades. Luke Westaway argues that Google has a mountain to climb to make Android Wear the Next Big Thing.
analysis The Galaxy Gear, with a $299 price tag and a day of battery life, isn't going to be the iPhone or iPad of smartwatches. But you can be sure Apple, Google, and others will be watching closely.
Designed as an all-in-one wrist computer for sports, WearIt works with ANT+ sensors for biking and heart rate monitoring.
The tech giant has requested components for a potential touch-enabled watch device, executives at Asian suppliers tell the Wall Street Journal.
commentary: A computer on the wrist has so far had a lukewarm reception from bleeding-edge buyers and reviewers. Sounds like just about every other major new product.
What would make a great smartwatch? This.
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Shopping for an athletic type this Christmas? Get a sporty victory high-five from them by gifting one of these ingenious gadgets.
Google is pushing its Project Glass. But one CNET writer spends time with a bevy of cutting edge wearable computers, seeing what it's like to live a computerized life.