The Dial comes with free unlimited music, and unlike the pop star's previous wacky gadgets, you can actually buy it.
The next model of the wearable fitness tracker makes the same extraordinary claims about calorie tracking as the original, but now with a brand new design.
The Alcatel CareTime lets children phone home with a single button press, and can notify you if they stray.
As you face up to your new year's resolutions, the Honor Band Z1 is the latest wearable to track your activity and sleep.
How big is the market for high-end fitness headphones? Misfit's willing to gamble.
The Hexoskin Smart can track daily activities and measure heart rate, breathing rate, and more. It's also compatible with a number of popular fitness apps and devices.
The Daqri Smart Helmet for uses augmented reality to show its industrial workers what to do.
Ditch your PC and phone and get lost in an augmented and virtual reality experience provided by a single device. At least, that's the claim from this Toronto-based start-up.
The $199 Basis Band offers a powerful mix of sensors and motivational tools, but pass if you'd rather spend less on a fitness tracker or aren't partial to big, watch-style designs.
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.
The Dick Tracey style smartwatch runs Android and is equipped with GPS, Wi-Fi and 3G cellular capabilities.
Bound for Europe, the Haier Watch is a steel-encased smartwatch that runs on Android-based software, monitors your heart rate and counts your calories.
Measuring your foot's pressure, not its step count, is how Samsung spinoff Iofit wants to help improve your training workout or game of golf.
The competition is advancing fast, but the geeky-cool, functional, and affordable Pebble Steel's conservative approach still works.
The new wearable from Garmin gives you heads-up information on performance data, turn-by-turn directions and smartphone notifications.
Just when you thought smartwatches had no extra surprises, along comes LG.
The no-charging-needed Matrix Powerwatch X shows a future of infinite-battery wearables, but this isn't the watch to buy.