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Here are 9 ways to control your heating through your smartwatch

Here are 9 ways to control your heating through your smartwatch

By 5 June 2015

There are a number of smart heating systems available now, all of which allow you to remotely control your heating and even your hot water depending on which system you have, anytime and anywhere. This control started on smartphones and tablets, but some... >>

Best fitness trackers: The best activity bands to buy today

Best fitness trackers: The best activity bands to buy today

By 29 May 2015

The wearables market has really taken off over the past couple of years leaving behind a plethora of devices from smartwatches and heart rate measuring headphones to sports watches and activity trackers. There is such a breadth of choice out there, it's... >>

Best smartwatch 2015: The best smart wristwear available to buy today

Best smartwatch 2015: The best smart wristwear available to buy today

By 27 May 2015

Smartwatches used to be gadgets only James Bond would have access to, but that's no longer the case. These wrist-worn phone companions that can receive calls, texts, emails and social network notifications have been whipping the wearables sector into... >>

Misfit Flash review: Good for beginners
3.5 out of 5

Misfit Flash review: Good for beginners

By 30 April 2015

The Misfit Flash is an activity tracker and the follow-up to the Misfit Shine which launched back in 2013. The new model follows a similar design cue but swaps metal for plastic and slashes the price by half, making it the cheapest activity tracker out... >>

Best smartwatches of Baselworld 2015: Traditional meets tech

Best smartwatches of Baselworld 2015: Traditional meets tech

By 19 March 2015

March has been the month of the smartwatch so far but if you thought we'd had all the smartwatch announcements for this year already, think again, because the Swiss trade fair Baselworld is currently taking place and it has some delightful treats to... >>

SmartLife clothing claims to make sure you never miss a beat

SmartLife clothing claims to make sure you never miss a beat

By 12 March 2015

The Wearable Technology Show in London had some interesting devices on display including smartwatches with rotating displays, bone conducting headphones and sleeping masks that claim to cure jet lag, but wearable tech also means smart clothing.  SmartLife... >>

Look out Apple Watch, Burg is after you with crystals and 3G calling

Look out Apple Watch, Burg is after you with crystals and 3G calling

By 12 March 2015

Burg Wearables might not be a company you are hugely familiar with, but when it comes to smartwatches, this company has a style to suit everyone. There are numerous options already available, from square and round faces, to metal, leather and rubber... >>

Say goodbye to jetlag with the NeuroOn sleeping companion

Say goodbye to jetlag with the NeuroOn sleeping companion

By 12 March 2015

NeuroOn looks like a thicker version of your average sleeping mask on first glance, but beneath its surface lies a whole different world of sleep monitoring. If you thought waking up to a graph presenting your light and deep sleep was exciting, then prepare... >>

Gym addict? The Atlas Wristband knows if you're bench pressing or bicep curling

Gym addict? The Atlas Wristband knows if you're bench pressing or bicep curling

By 11 March 2015

The Atlas Wristband from Atlas Wearables is a fitness monitor that tracks movement in 3D and automatically matches it to the correct exercise from its database. It was one of the most impressive devices we came across at the Wearable Technology Show... >>

Want a more focused brain? Muse thinks it can help

Want a more focused brain? Muse thinks it can help

By 11 March 2015

Muse is a brain signal measuring headband that aims to help improve your attention with focused attention training. The company describes it as the "mental equivalent of a treadmill" and the idea is that you essentially exercise your brain to become more... >>