Win our first freebie of 2015, a touchscreen conversation piece of a watch from Tokyo Flash, known for its geeky timepieces.
This watch from HotBlack puts the live score of your favorite team's latest match right on your wrist. And it's a pretty good looking timepiece to boot.
A scientist says he's created the world's first true atomic wristwatch, packing a chip-scale atomic clock into a wearable carbon fiber case. And yes, he's made watches before.
Why tell the time with simple numbers when you can do it with cryptic digital inkblots? This week's prize, a highly unusual watch from Tokyoflash, will have everyone looking at your wrist.
Visiting Tokyoflash Japan, maker of puzzling wristwatches, was nothing like we expected. Crave gets some hands-on time with the company's first electronic-paper watch.
The most important things to know when shopping for a cell phone.
Some people still wear watches, and some of those watches are housed in 18-karat gold and can unlock Aston Martins. We continue our look at uber-opulent gear with a roundup of supershowy timepieces.
Epic Watchphones hopes crowdfunding is the ticket to introducing a smartwatch that has absolutely no need for a smartphone buddy.
Apple showed off its new Watch with a presentation full of right-handed watch wearers, but lefties aren't being left out in the cold. It will work on the other wrist, with a slight compromise.
Apple's expected wearable should finally be debuting next week. Here's how it could have an edge on anything that came before.