A Swiss startup wants to revolutionize reproductive health with a wristband that pinpoints a woman's fertility window.
A list of the highest rated smartwatches and fitness trackers as tested by CNET editors.
Wrist bands to surrender market lead to smartwatches, IDC predicts, while smart eyewear and clothing will see dramatic growth.
Nintendo announced a July release window for the game at E3, adding that a $35 wristband accessory will be available for Pokemaniacs to purchase.
You'll be able to carry Alexa around with you wherever you go on Pebble's wearable mini-computer, starting early next year.
Forget typing long and complicated passwords, Microsoft wants to make it easier and quicker for you to log in to your PC. And soon, you'll be able to do it from your wrist.
Unlike the earlier Wear 2100 chip meant for multi-purpose devices, the new chip is designed for low-power performance and use in wearables with a more focused feature set.
Pebble is focusing on fitness, adding heart-rate monitors to its new Pebble 2 and Pebble Time 2. It's also launching a new wearable called Pebble Core, a mini-Android computer for runners who hate to run with their phones. CNET's Scott Stein gets a first look from Pebble CEO Eric Migicovsky.
It attaches to the wearer's chest and monitors vital signs, and could be used for athletes and patients with heart problems.
Fitness bands are far and away the most popular wearable, according to PriceWaterhouseCoopers.
In the US, Fitbit owns 61 percent of the wearables market, while Apple accounts for under 7 percent, according to research firm Kantar Worldpanel ComTech.