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The retro-styled Android Wear timepiece will be one of the lower-priced models available--and, based on what we've seen so far, a classier competitor to the Samsung Gear Live.
Android Wear's king of the hill goes on sale for $299, but don't rule out the Moto 360 just yet.
The company also announced a new health app and new watch faces.
This $99 wearable takes a page from Star Trek to offer eyes-free group communication over any distance.
Who's afraid of more advanced smartwatches? Not Jawbone, apparently, as its new trackers stick with simplicity and long battery life over full-blown displays.
New models may include a $50 clip-on tracker and a $180 band with more sensors than the existing Jawbone UP.
AT&T outs the price of LG's ultra-manly smartwatch, and it's high, but still not as high as the Apple Watch at $350. The LG G Watch R will have a November 7 release date.
Apple needs time to build out a smartwatch app ecosystem so you’ll actually want to buy one.
The MB Chronowing trades functionality for looks, and will sell for $350.
Roku just made it a whole lot easier to watch Google Play content on your TV.
The standalone smartwatch launches next week after two months of teasing, but service doesn't come cheap.
Contactless device would send data to the cloud for analysis and show users' fatigue levels
Bootleg recording paranoia reaches new heights as the movie industry places a ban on wearable devices like Google Glass. Not that the battery would last through a full film anyway.