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Android Wear is a solid step forward in smartwatch interface design, but LG's implementation is uninspired and costs $30 more than Samsung's very similar hardware.
The Gear Live is the best hardware expression of the world's best smartwatch OS. But Samsung's reign will be short unless it innovates in key areas.
Drinking and driving is obviously a terrible idea. But are pocket-sized, smartphone-connected breathalyzers a good way to tell if you're too buzzed, or just a silly toy that will make your friends drink more?
Android Wear, Google's new smartwatch OS, is all about voice control. Watch as we take the new LG G Watch through its Googly paces.
This connected scale doesn't just weigh your food. It shows you how every ingredient and every meals balances carbs, protein, and fat.
In a wearables world that pays more attention to prototypes, beta products and fleeting rumors, LG's marriage of fitness data and audio playback shows retail gear can actually deliver the goods.
Half activity tracker, half smartwatch, the Gear Fit shows Samsung understands addition by subtraction.Sadly, though, its exercise tracking is inaccurate.
The Pebble Steel takes Pebble's smartwatch and wraps it in stainless steel. But is it worth the price premium?
You can keep tabs on your puppy's playtime, walks, and naps...as long as Wi-Fi is available.
Goji Play combines two things I love: Exercise and video games. Too bad it feels like it's still in production.
Sorry, but $150 is too much to pay for a "smart running watch" that's really just a display and remote for your phone.
For the same price of this one-note smart running watch, you could get a Pebble that has a ton more features
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Don't slag its limited feature set. By focusing on just a few key features, Sony's wearable avoids complete failure.
As colorful as Honeywell's programmable thermostat is, it's just not very pretty.