Call them smarter-filtering earphones, or wearables for a new ear-based age.
Kickstarter project Nimb is the latest in a niche category of wearable tech devoted to personal safety.
The multisport watch offers activity tracking, smartphone alerts, GPS, a heart-rate sensor and long battery life.
We ask what ditching the EU would mean for Brits' gadgets, and bring you an immersive VR tour of Britain's wartime codebreaking nerve centre.
Garmin's latest watch offers fitness tracking, smartphone notifications, a built-in heart-rate sensor and long battery life. It also has GPS to track your activities.
And Oculus is getting in on the action with its own VR game sale.
This round metal tube tracks steps and sleep, but it's just a
different shape for the same idea.
A revamped design isn't enough, but the Ray tries to look like something that isn't tech at all.
The company also announced the Misfit Shine 2 Swimmer's Edition.
An update to the Fitbit app adds new features to existing trackers that aim to improve sleep habits.
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