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If the Apple wearable device fails, consumer sentiment towards all smartwatches could turn toxic
Glenn, Susie, and Caitlin all have their Apple Watches...and plenty of opinions about them. We praise some things, complain about others, and try to explain what it all means for you.
Oculus has been busy wrapping up ecosystem support for the Oculus Rift, but the delay may cost it the crucial first-to-market status for the fledgling field of VR.
Pebble's second smartwatch clearly isn't the typical Kickstarter project, given that it's actually going to ship on time.
Apple just released guidelines for accessory-makers to follow for Apple Watch bands.
Apple's support documents now warn that certain tattoos can cause problems with with heart rate readings.
The Apple Watch relies on the iPhone for a lot of tasks, but not everything. Take it for a run, pump some tunes, and buy a smoothie at Whole Foods—no iPhone required.
Apple is depending on one supplier for all its taptic engines, according to the Wall Street Journal
With an Apple Watch on your wrist, you won't need a run-of-the-mill step-counting band.
Glenn and Susie talk about the Apple Watch's weird launch, and iFixit CEO Kyle Wiens drops by to discuss ripping one apart at the seams.
If you have a swatch of black ink tattooed on your wrist, your Apple Watch might have trouble sensing your skin.
Pebble's CEO isn't worried about Apple Watch, claims the two companies are targeting different consumers.
The watch went for a swim and was attacked by sandpaper, impressing most who put it through the torture tests.
If display quality is important to you, you might want to consider the Watch Sport over the Watch or Watch Edition.