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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
Fit tracks physical activity and serves as a hub for other health apps
The phone should be hitting Verizon stores soon, complete with Motorola's battery-replenishing, super charger.
There's no price or release date, only a promise to track your health and skip the Windows password prompt.
The fitness tracking heavyweight resists the race to the bottom with three new devices, including one with smartwatch features.
The new features are welcome, but it's not immediately clear how to take advantage of offline music, and GPS isn't available in current hardware.
Did a TV show just spill the beans? Meanwhile, the FCC filing suggests the device will come in three different sizes.
If you're looking to spice up your Raspberry Pi projects with an easy touchscreen addition, you may not have long to wait.
New update adds smarter battery management, better timekeeping and a few other tweaks.
We’re not sure exactly what that would be, but it was the most bizarre result from a wearables survey that showed predictably high interest in Apple Watch.
We've fully tested both circle-display smartwatches. Here's why LG's competitor takes the Android Wear crown.
The luxury of using a smartwatch in place of your phone may not come cheap, as carriers look to cash in.
Report claims $250 Fitbit Surge will have a bigger screen and GPS.