Octopus smartwatch for kids teaches tykes how to stick to a schedule.
The Fossil Q Founder looks nice from a distance, but it's not the best Android Wear watch -- and, there are better options for prospective smartwatch buyers.
While the likes of Apple and Samsung are bringing out high-tech smartwatches, this Sony device goes the opposite way, stripping the wristwatch down to its essentials.
Pebble's newest round, thin watch takes the Pebble formula and shrinks it to a stylish design, but gives up battery life and some app support in the process.
Samsung's newest smartwatch reinvents itself with a whole new look and feel to create one of the best-designed wrist gadgets around -- but it still lacks the apps to set it above the competition.
LG's new Watch Urbane Second Edition smartwatch has a high-res round display, GPS and even phone calling and data capabilities.
The Huawei Watch is one of the best-looking smartwatches out there, but the Android Wear operating system still feels like a work in progress.
Elements in 23-carat gold and a stylized leather strap hike up the price on this premium Android wearable.
Pebble's step-up all-steel smartwatch has added battery life and a more durable feel, but it's basically a tiny upgrade to the less expensive Pebble Time.
By using smart, swappable modules, the Blocks smartwatch can be customised with only the functions you want most.
The new Android Wear-powered ZenWatch 2 will come in two sizes -- 49mm and 45mm -- and work on both iPhone and Android smartphones.
The Pebble Time adds a few key improvements and a color screen compared to previous Pebble watches, but owners of previous Pebble watches may not see a need to upgrade yet.
A year old and even more affordable, the Apple Watch remains the best designed and most capable smartwatch you can buy -- but we're hoping that the inevitable sequel makes it more of a must-have product.
The Vector smartwatch has an attractive metal design and loads of smart skills, but it's the promised 30-day battery life that makes it really stand out.
On the cusp of MWC 2015, the Chinese manufacturer shows off connected watches for children, the elderly and, of course, the family pet.
Make calls, answer emails and download apps from the Google Play store without a smartphone.
What's big, bulky, and it comes with its own SIM card, Micro-SD card, and Google Play store? This watch, and it can be yours for $160 buckaroos.
While it's not the perfect replacement for an everyday wristwatch, the iOS and Android-friendly Meta M1 is a simplified smartwatch that gets a lot of things right.