Three colored lights and vibrations replace a screen on Razer's latest fitness tracker and semi-social wearable, and it only costs $50.
Google has streamlined the process to ban an app from sending notifications to your wrist.
What happened in wrist tech across smartwatches and fitness bands this year? A lot, both good and bad. Here are the biggest trends encapsulated in some of the most memorable products we've seen.
Smartwatches? Fitness bands? If you're curious about getting one, there are quite a few you can get at a discount this holiday.
This clever Kickstarter project leverages your existing case to provide a secure, inexpensive strap.
Who needs a whole DeLorean? The flux capacitor is the most important part, anyway. Get your own and get time traveling.
Want to snap selfies on a moment's notice without fussing with your smartphone? CNET's Sumi Das takes a look at the Nixie wristworn drone camera and other finalists from Intel's "Make It Wearable" challenge.
Meet the Nixie, a prototype wearable quadcopter drone equipped with a camera that you can use to capture the ultimate selfies.
Epic Watchphones hopes crowdfunding is the ticket to introducing a smartwatch that has absolutely no need for a smartphone buddy.
At an event in Cupertino, Calif., Apple demonstrates various features on the Apple Watch, including vibrations that guide you to your destination while using maps and a fitness app that reminds you to move.