Apple Watch all alone: what can it do? Not a lot -- it's mainly an iPhone accessory -- but there are some key things that it can handle on its own.
The Apple Watch is the most ambitious, well-constructed smartwatch ever seen, but first-gen shortfalls make it feel more like a fashionable toy than a necessary tool.
Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's observation 50 years ago set the groundwork for self-driving cars on the road and computers in our pockets today.
Apple's new watch has some secrets and some quirks you may not know about. Here are the most interesting tidbits I've found over my time wearing one so far.
The Contour GPS sports camera is the sweet spot in Contour's sports camera lineup, offering most of the features that most owners will find useful, and at an affordable price.
A trio of new Jawbone fitness bands are on their way: two coming soon, one later this summer. They're slimmer, and they're ambitious. And we have two of them here to review.
Thanks to the Apple Watch, the wearable-gadgets market is poised to soar, says IDC.
What if smartphones weren't rectangles, but circles? A California-based startup is thinking outside sharp corners to introduce an "anti-smartphone" gadget.
You still need an iPhone to set up and use the Apple Watch, but it can do things on its own, too! Fitness, music, Apple Pay, and a few more things, too -- here's how they work.
Apple Watch, Schmapple Watch. Netflix's parody ad for a Netflix Watch knows that the only thing you want to do is watch movies and TV all day anyway, so why not put the screen on your wrist?