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Early Apple Watch apps will be simple extensions of iPhone apps, but developers are chomping at the bit to add more features.
Details like what it'll cost and how long it'll last are important, but the big question remains, simply, why.
Ahead of Apple's March 9 event, we preview the Apple Watch reveal.
If you didn't like the look of Pebble's new smartwatch, a stainless steel version will set you back just $70 more.
Apple's CEO shares new details about the wearable's capabilities in the weeks leading up to its launch.
Frederique Constant, Alpina and Mondaine will be the first manufacturers to release watches powered by MotionX step and sleep tracking. And the watches looks fantastic.
We expect to see more features, new apps, and pricing details at Apple's big Watch event.
Pebble's first color smartwatch takes a page from Google Now, with a “timeline” view that tells users what's coming up next.
A mystery smartwatch image pops up on Pebble's website, and it looks, well, interesting.
New Pebble hardware and software are reportedly on the agenda for next week as the company teases a big announcement.
Who will spur virtual reality headsets to mainstream adoption? The odds are on Facebook.
Apple reportedly wanted its wearable to be more health-focused than the finished product.
Researchers found that fitness apps and wearable devices are equally accurate at this task.
Swatch plans to have an answer when the Apple Watch arrives this April, though a full-blown wrist computer seems unlikely.
RadioShack doesn't have a lot going for it, but it's network of more than 4,000 U.S. retail locations is finding interest from other companies looking to expand their online presence.