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The Fitbit Charge 4 might be the company's first product since being acquired by Google but you'd never know the difference.
Wyze is breaking into the world of fitness tech with a new $25 band and $20 activity tracker.
The latest version of Google's WearOS app can now be found on Samsung's Galaxy app store.
After months of teasing, Oppo have finally revealed their flagship wearable.
The Apple Watch continues its push into health care with a new joint study in conjunction with Johnson & Johnson.
Withings have shown off what they’re billing the world’s first clinically validated hybrid smart watch that can detect risk of arrhythmia and sleep apnea.
Suunto’s latest flagship product, the Suunto 7, won’t come to Australia until the end of January but it will be on display at this weeks’ CES in Las Vegas.
Oppo have started teasing their first wearable ahead of a rumored Q1 2020 launch.
Google may be looking to buy their way back into the wearables space in a big way.
Fauna showed off their Focus smartglasses at this year's IFA. We had the chance to go hands-on with them.
In addition to their new Plex smartphone, TCL also showed off a nifty set of smartglasses at this year's IFA.
Amazfit brought their new GTS smartwatch to this year's IFA in Berlin - and we came away impressed.
With on-board Amazon Alexa, an AMOLED display, and Fit Pay for the base model, the Versa 2 looks like it’s ready to go toe-to-toe with the Apple Watch.
Fitbit are now taking orders for their next fitness-focused smartwatch, the Fitbit Versa 2.
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