The Alcatel CareTime lets children phone home with a single button press, and can notify you if they stray.
The ultraslim design and laundry list of features can't overcome the buggy software. Once Garmin fixes these problems, the Vivoactive could be a good product, but until then, there are better options available.
Apple's come up with an alternative solution to the charge cable that comes with the Apple Watch.
Google Cardboard isn't a contender for the VR throne: it's the ambassador that'll make us care about virtual reality in the first place.
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.
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.
On the cusp of MWC 2015, the Chinese manufacturer shows off connected watches for children, the elderly and, of course, the family pet.
It looks like a regular watch. It feels like a regular watch. But underneath, it's a full Bluetooth fitness tracker. The Withings Activité is here, and it could show where watches are heading next.
Your denim future awaits.
The Lumo Lift offers a fresh alternative to other fitness trackers, but its limited features will disappoint anyone who wants to track multiple metrics.
These running shorts go deeper than distance and pace -- they actually know how your body moves when you hit the track.
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 MilestonePod is a good, cheap option for beginners to track pace, distance and other running metrics.
The Focus headset joins the Oculus Go in offering wireless VR experiences.
Doppel claims that its wristband is the first wearable that can actively change your mood.
The latest generation of Tagg, the GPS wearable for pets, will integrate with Alarm.com to include home automation features with the smart pet tracking.
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 GoBe claims to be the first "100% automatic body manager" -- at CES 2015 manufacturer Healbe says it can even automatically track calorie intake with no user input required.