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On the cusp of MWC 2015, the Chinese manufacturer shows off connected watches for children, the elderly and, of course, the family pet.
Huawei's TalkBand N1 Bluetooth earbuds, shown here at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, play music with onboard storage and have a step counter.
It has GPS, but no built-in heart rate. And it arrives this spring for $199 in the US. How does it feel? We tried it on.
The compact MD health monitor from B-ON lets you view and collect your heart rate and blood pressure data, and saves it all on an app.
Regular watch, overlaid with a see-through glowing smart screen: the Kairos Watch is crazy indeed.
The 361 smart shoe contains MediaTek tech, a GPS tracker and wireless charging so you can see where your anklebiters are.
Despite some smart features, the Basis Peak is a fitness watch that's impressively automatic but too limited and unfinished to feel like a truly great product.
If you live in a place with terrible air pollution but still want to exercise outdoors, this N95 air mask, with its removable ventilator, could be just the thing.
While you won't find any advanced features in it, the affordability of the Pivotal Tracker 1 makes it a low risk tracker for newcomers interested in the wearable market.
This Sony-backed smartwatch is a chameleon, allowing you to change its design with the press of a button.
The Kreyos tracks your activities, is water-resistant, and has speakerphone capabilities and a snap-out design -- what can't it do?
The frothing excitement around these prototype, titanium-framed wearable computers has the tech world tripping over itself, but big what, why, and how questions remain. CNET dives in to clear up the reality -- and the future possibilities -- of Google Glass.
The Android-powered Wimm One from Wimm Labs isn't a looker, but this smart watch has the chops to satisfy your inner geek.
Adidas doubles down on its MiCoach wearable devices, and releases the a heart-rate and fitness tracker known as the Fit Smart.
Spectacles 3 point toward a future of fun, first-person augmented reality experiences. But they don't do enough now to justify the $380 asking price, unless you're a keen Snapchat user with deep pockets. Really deep pockets.
Coming in 2017, this off-wrist keychain computer aims to do a heck of a lot of stuff.
The lightweight headset features a 2,400x1,200-pixel display, a 105-degree field of view and works with your smartphone.