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.
People may be curious about the Apple Watch, which got delivered to customers around the world on April 24. But when it comes to money, Apple's first wearable won't even be a blip in its financials.
One-click buying from Amazon, plus a tiny smartwatch screen, leads to unintended consequences.
A drop test and water test prove the Apple Watch can take a good beating -- until we decide to turn up the heat.
I'd like to stare at my watch less, not more. What the Apple Watch needs next is a second wave of even more efficient apps.
How much can the Apple Watch handle? We went on a mission to find out.
About 1.3 million US buyers are still waiting for the smartwatch, says Slice Intelligence.
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.
There are many, many apps for the Apple Watch. Here's how you get them on and off, and what they actually work like.