For this Friday Debate we ask what’s more important: user experience or raw power? What about design? Is it too much to ask for the best of both worlds?
Tech superpowers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola have been cranking out smartwatches faster than they can sell them. So why aren’t consumers biting? Here’s my take.
We take a closer look at Sony’s entry into the Android Wear world in the comprehensive review of the Sony Smartwatch 3!
We take a look Asus’ first offering in the Android Wear space in this comprehensive review of the Asus ZenWatch.
LG’s latest smartwatch comes as close to a watch-like design as you can get. But, what more does it have to offer? We find out, in this LG G Watch R review!
The Moto 360 is the first Android Wear smartwatch to feature a round display. But what else does it have to offer? We find out, in this Moto 360 review!
With it’s bold, bright and beautiful display and fast performance, Samsung has created a very good first generation Android Wear smartwatch, but is its battery life leaves enough? Check out our review!
We take a an in-depth look at the first of many Android Wear smartwatches to come. Here’s our review of the LG G Watch!
There are certainly a ton of fitness bands out on the market already but that hasn’t stopped a company like Sony from getting in on the action. The Sony Smartband is the company’s first... product to be powered by their new Core fitness tracker and in terms of design the band is comprised of two parts. There’s the actual band itself that’s made of a textured silicone and So...
Samsung’s Gear 2 Neo smartwatch is a less-expensive variant of the Gear 2, making up for its plastic construction and lack of camera with better wearability.