Amazfit Bip review

Xiaomi sub-brand Huami is continuing its march into the world of wearables with the Amazfit Bip. It's a budget smartwatch that bears more than a passing resemblance to the big boy...

PlayStation VR drops down to $199 temporarily

Welcome back to another edition of Field of View, our weekly look at all the goings on in the world of virtual of augmented reality. Plus a heaping helping of recommendations....

Aira’s smartglasses call on humans, not AI, to help blind people see the world

What's better than a personal digital assistant? A real assistant. When I met Aira's CEO Suman Kanuganti at a bar, I knew next to nothing about the company. Amidst a buzz...

Rebble details Pebble features that will live on after Fitbit ends support

Rebble, the project started by Pebblers to continue support for Pebble smartwatches after Fitbit finally pulls the plug, has now revealed more details of the features that users will still be...

These are the Android Wear smartwatches that will receive the Oreo update

After initially releasing its Oreo update for Android Wear smartwatches back in December last year, Google has announced that seven more watches will be receiving the latest software. The new software...

Where’s the best place on your body to track heart rate? We asked the...

Since Wareable launched in 2014, heart rate - the testing, accuracy and validity of - has been a major through-line. In fact, these days it's hard to find a fitness tracker...

Charged Up: Apple and Fossil are enjoying smartwatch success

This week both Apple and Fossil revealed that the push into wearables is paying off. The former of course never reveals specific numbers on the performance of its smartwatches, which forms...

The ultimate guide to getting fit with Samsung’s app

Samsung Health is the Korean giant's portal into all of the health metrics you could ever want, and it really comes into its own paired with Samsung's Gear S3, Gear...

All the wearables we’re expecting to see in Barcelona

Samsung's upcoming flagship phone has already been leaked, Blackberry is still trying to convince you it's 2009 and every other manufacturer in the industry is launching a mid-range smartphone. You know...

Nokia may pull the plug on its wearables

Nokia has announced that it has initiated a 'review of strategic options for its Digital Health business'. Translated, this could be bad news for its wearables and other connected health tech...