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Best smartwatches to look forward to in 2015: Apple Watch, LG Watch Urbane and more

Best smartwatches to look forward to in 2015: Apple Watch, LG Watch Urbane and more

By 7 hours ago

To hear watch without the word smart in front of it will soon be indicative of a heirloom description. Even luxury watch brands are embracing smartwatches, so 2015 is clearly the year of the intelligent wrist adornment. But what can we expect to come... >>

World’s first power meter for running is here to make you faster, meet Stryd

World’s first power meter for running is here to make you faster, meet Stryd

By 11 hours ago

Professional athletes improve performance by measuring their efforts, analysing data and targeting how to train. Thanks to wearables we can start to do this but not as effectively as possible, until now. Stryd is a new wearable that offers runners the... >>

Creior Harmony Watch: Stylish well-being wearable for women (hands-on)

Creior Harmony Watch: Stylish well-being wearable for women (hands-on)

By 12 hours ago

Creoir unveiled the Harmony Watch concept at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, introducing a new take on what the activity tracker could become. The Harmony Watch is a well-being wearable designed for women, which detects motion, light and sleep patterns... >>

The real theme of MWC 2015 was luxury

The real theme of MWC 2015 was luxury

By 4 March 2015

Mobile World Congress 2015 is almost behind us, but the theme of the show wasn't what we expected. It wasn't about Cat 9 LTE, it wasn't about 5G, it wasn't even about USB type-C. It was about luxury. MWC 2015 saw some notable launches. It perhaps wasn't... >>

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 4 March 2015

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... >>

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 3 March 2015

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 3 March 2015

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 3 March 2015

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... >>

Polar adds MyFitnessPal integration to iOS Flow app, Android incoming

Polar adds MyFitnessPal integration to iOS Flow app, Android incoming

By 2 March 2015

Polar has announced that its users will now be able to integrate their activity tracking directly with the MyFitnessPal app. MyFitnessPal is useful for tracking daily diet, including calorie intake thanks to its huge food database that works via a scan... >>

HTC Grip: GPS sports tracker is the first child of the Under Armour and HTC union

HTC Grip: GPS sports tracker is the first child of the Under Armour and HTC union

By 1 March 2015

Under Armour and HTC announced a partnership in January promising new hardware. The HTC Grip is the first device to appear from that paring. It sees HTC able to apply its industrial design expertise to Under Armour's sporting prowess, resulting in a... >>