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Toshiba enters the activity tracker race with smartband offering 2-week battery

Toshiba enters the activity tracker race with smartband offering 2-week battery

By 11 August 2014

The wearable tracker market is really taking off and now Toshiba has joined it with its first activity tracker, the WERAM1100. Putting the not-so catchy name aside this band could still compete against the big players despite being late to the race for... >>

Withings Activité coming October, its first stylish entry into the smartwatch market

Withings Activité coming October, its first stylish entry into the smartwatch market

By 7 August 2014

While the fact that Withings was to enter the smartwatch market is not new, a date for release is. The Withings Activité will be available from October. Speaking to Wareable, company CEO Cédric Hutchings explained that the Aura sleep system will... >>

Didn’t think a pillow could be smart? Meet the Hoodie Pillow

Didn’t think a pillow could be smart? Meet the Hoodie Pillow

By 7 August 2014

A pillow need not be a dumb lump of comfy awesomeness that you bury your head into, it can be smart too. The Hoodie Pillow was made to hold your phone with portholes for tangle-free headphone listening. It also has a drawstring hoodie to keep you warm... >>

Bondara SexFit, the FitBit for your bits

Bondara SexFit, the FitBit for your bits

By 7 August 2014

Just when you thought fitness trackers had nothing left to track, Bondara has unleashed the SexFit that straps to your bits and measures your performance between the sheets. SexFit slips onto a gent's best friend much like a "cock ring". But rather than... >>

Cogito Classic and Pop smartwatches prove that connected wearables can also be fashionable

Cogito Classic and Pop smartwatches prove that connected wearables can also be fashionable

By 7 August 2014

Cogito has announced two smartwatch line-ups that combine fun and fashionable looks with the accessibility of notifications from your Android or iOS smartphone. Both the Cogito Classic and the Cogito Pop watches feature analogue faces. And while they... >>

Best smartwatches in pictures: Moto 360, Windows Phone, iWatch and more

Best smartwatches in pictures: Moto 360, Windows Phone, iWatch and more

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The age of the smartwatch is here. Already Google's Android Wear devices are available to make digging a phone out of the pocket a rarer task, but this is just the beginning. Available now is the LG G Watch and Samsung's Gear Live both working with Android... >>

Microsoft Windows Phone smartwatch concept is one of the most gorgeous wearables we’ve seen

Microsoft Windows Phone smartwatch concept is one of the most gorgeous wearables we’ve seen

By 5 August 2014

Microsoft will certainly be releasing a wrist-worn wearable to keep up with Android Wear and the impending Apple iWatch. Until recently, though, all we've seen is patent drawings - but now a series of concept images have appeared. The watches look amazing,... >>

HP luxury smartwatch could be the best looking yet, including Moto 360

HP luxury smartwatch could be the best looking yet, including Moto 360

By 1 August 2014

HP may be in the runnings for best looking smartwatch, even outdoing the gorgeous Motorola Moto 360. HP's luxury smartwatch, as it's called, is designed by US designer Michael Bastien. It will be sold through online retailer Gilt from the autumn this... >>

OnePlus OneWatch leaked with sapphire glass OLED and wireless charging

OnePlus OneWatch leaked with sapphire glass OLED and wireless charging

By 1 August 2014

OnePlus, the Chinese manufacturer of the OnePlus One, apparently has plans to release a smartwatch called OneWatch. The OnePlus One smartphone was announced with impressive top-end specs like a 5.5-inch 1080p screen, Snapdragon 801 processor and 3GB of... >>

Runtastic Orbit: the app company launches its own activity tracker

Runtastic Orbit: the app company launches its own activity tracker

By 31 July 2014

Runtastic, previously known only as a running app, is reaching out into the world of hardware with its own activity tracker: Orbit. Lots of other bands already work with the Runtastic app data, like the Jawbone Up, FitBit Flex and the Withings Pulse.... >>