Don't-Miss Gadget Stories
There's fitness tracking and shopping tools, but no built-in GPS or Wi-Fi
Now that Apple's smartwatch is finally a real product, it's a perfect time to detail exactly what we know, and what key details are still under wraps.
Photos taken during the hands-on session at Tuesday's Apple event in Cupertino.
Apple's smartwatch won't arrive until early 2015, but we had a chance to get our hands on one at Apple's iPhone 6 press event.
We were at Apple's big fall event and got the low-down on the two big-screen iPhones (the 6 and 6 Plus), the company's first smartwatch, and its new phone-based payment system.
Apple introduced the Apple Watch at an event in Cupertino, California, on September 9, 2014
Apple's new $350 wearable supports mobile Apple Pay payments and a raft of health and exercise features. But its most novel feature may be the "Digital Crown" navigation interface.
It can still teach your kid a little about robotics, but Ollie is mostly about driving as fast as you can.
A September announcement seems likely, but a 2014 launch doesn't
Fitness and home controls could play a big role in Apple's latest gadget
New Android Wear smartwatches from Asus, LG and Motorola will be directly hinged to Berlin's IFA trade show in early September. Jon Phillips riffs on what to expect in Episode 13 of Wearables Right or Wrong?
Biometric headphones that measure your heart rate will be out later this year from SMS Audio.
The headphones from SMS Audio, majority owned by rapper 50 Cent, work with a popular fitness application
The Timex Ironman One GPS+. Pebble's new smartwatch colors. Apple's immaterial trademark protections. Jon Phillips tackles them all in Episode 12 of Wearables Right or Wrong?
It turns out that when Macworld Lab is testing the new $2499 MacBook Pro, it's a good time to try out a nifty new thermal imaging camera for the iPhone.
Headphone maker Bose has launched a patent-infringement lawsuit against rival Beats Electronics, which Apple recently agreed to acquire in a $3 billion dollar deal.
We first spotted this flipped-around mobile keyboard at CES. Now we've gotten a chance to try out a prototype before the finished version arrives this fall.
TrewGrip takes a traditional QWERTY keyboards, splits it in two, and flips it around so you can touch type on your mobile device. We put a prototype of this mobile keyboard through its paces.
The patent is for a wrist-worn gadget that has a touchscreen and can communicate with a smartphone