Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
Watch Sport and Watch Edition buyers will have wildly different buying experiences.
Each store opens on April 10, the same day the Apple Watch smartwatch becomes available for try-ons and preorders.
Pebble pledges $1 million toward watch bands that will make its next smartwatch more useful.
Will Apple Watch Edition buyers get complimentary cocktails with their white-glove treatment? We'll find out.
No design, no features, and no price tag. Just a promise of a luxury Android Wear-based smartwatch by the end of 2015.
One of Switzerland's most revered luxury brands is joining the smartwatch party—just one year after its CEO told us, "I don’t see us taking a big risk."
Glenn, Susie, and Macworld Editor-in-Chief Jon Phillips really hope the Apple Watch experience is nothing like using the Galaxy Gear. We also discuss the rumored Apple TV streaming service, and that USB-C port again.
Pebble's Eric Migicovsky spoke to us at SXSW on Apple Watch, Pebble's new OS, and how smartstraps will take Pebble Time to the next level.
The former Apple CEO didn't like television and didn't foresee its integration with mobile devices.
Can a neverending list of features thrive on a 390-pixel display? Not when so many of those features have been borrowed from stumbling smartwatch predecessors.
Apple keeps whittling down the number of fitness trackers in its retail stores as it makes way for the Apple Watch.
You could always try various watch sizes, finishes, and bands at the Apple Store, buy one, and return it in 14 days. But if you're nowhere near an Apple Store, gadget rental service Lumoid has you covered.
The Watch relies on the phone for many of its fitness features.