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Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

Best smartwatches and wearables of MWC 2015: Pebble, LG, Huawei and more

By 3 hours ago

This year at Mobile World Congress the show floor has been well and truly taken over by wearables. Smartwatches are fast becoming almost as important as smartphones as far as manufacturers are concerned. And what better place to show them off than at... >>

Virtual Reality: The VR headsets to buy in 2015, whatever your budget

Virtual Reality: The VR headsets to buy in 2015, whatever your budget

By 13 hours ago

Although it seems like just yesterday that virtual reality hysteria was reignited, it's actually been a few years now, which is plenty of time for more than a dozen companies to introduce their own VR headsets at different price points. At the forefront... >>

Pebble Time and Time Steel: What are they and what's new?

Pebble Time and Time Steel: What are they and what's new?

By 13 hours ago

Pebble has just announced the third-generation of its Pebble smartwatch. It's called Pebble Time. The new watch most notably brings a colour display to the watch-maker's lineup, but that's not the only reason why it is smashing records on Kickstarter... >>

Apple Watch vs Pebble Time Steel: What’s the difference?

Apple Watch vs Pebble Time Steel: What’s the difference?

By 14 hours ago

It was just last week that Pebble unveiled its third-generation watch, called Pebble Time, which has since become the most successful Kickstarter campaign of all time, but the company isn't done with new product announcements. While at Mobile World Congress,... >>

Forget Android Wear, MyKronoz ZePhone is a full Android smartwatch (hands-on)

Forget Android Wear, MyKronoz ZePhone is a full Android smartwatch (hands-on)

By 15 hours ago

When is a smartwatch more than just a smartwatch? When it's a wrist-strapped phone, that's when. The MyKronoz ZePhone is exactly that: a giant scale watch that doesn't run Android Wear like so many competitors, but is built on full Android (version 4.2)... >>

These invisibility glasses will stop machines recognising and tagging you

These invisibility glasses will stop machines recognising and tagging you

By 19 hours ago

Privacy is a big thing in 2015 so what better way to start than by showing off a pair of invisibility glasses at Mobile World Congress? Yes you read that right, invisibility glasses. No, not like Harry Potter's cloak. These are more for the intrepid machine... >>

Forget Pebble Time, it's the Pebble Time Steel with Smartstrap that's the next big thing

Forget Pebble Time, it's the Pebble Time Steel with Smartstrap that's the next big thing

By 23 hours ago

Even Pebble couldn’t have guessed that its Pebble Time smartwatch would have such phenomenal success on Kickstarter as it did, making more than $12 million in funding already – a million of that in just 30 minutes. But it will be hoping to replicate... >>

Virgin Atlantic to make your flights run smoothly using Sony SmartEyeGlass and SmartWear

Virgin Atlantic to make your flights run smoothly using Sony SmartEyeGlass and SmartWear

By 3 March 2015

Sony and Virgin Atlantic have joined forces with the airline adopting Sony wearable technologies to help its engineers maintain aircraft. The trial will include Virgin Atlantic's engineers being kitted out with Sony SmartEyeGlass Developer Edition SED-E1... >>

Pebble Time: Hands-on with the most successful Kickstarter project ever

Pebble Time: Hands-on with the most successful Kickstarter project ever

By 2 March 2015

Pebble Time is the new must have smartwatch, well it you talk to the hundreds and thousands that have already ordered the device on Kickstarter, and Pocket-lint caught up with the founder of the company to demo the new watch ahead of its release in May.... >>

LG Watch Urbane LTE: Fully connected glimpse of the future (hands-on)

LG Watch Urbane LTE: Fully connected glimpse of the future (hands-on)

By 1 March 2015

When the LG Watch Urbane LTE was announced, it was easy to assume that this was the Android Wear device, but connected with LTE. Nothing could be further from the truth.  The LG Watch Urbane LTE might share its name with the Android Wear device (which... >>