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Sony announced that the Project Morpheus VR headset will reach consumers in the first half...

Virtual reality is a strange type of consumer product. On one hand, it has as much buzz as any tech product category out there, with nearly every company imaginable scrambling to line something up. But on the other hand, there's barely any consumer-ready VR that you can buy today (those that you can buy are often labeled as developer kits). Today Sony released more details on its PS4-based headset.  Read More

Backers of Pebble Time can now upgrade their pledges to a minimum of $250 to get Pebble Ti...

We have a feeling some of those backers that combined to pledge over US$12 million to Pebble Time are going to be adjusting their pledges today. A week after launching Pebble Time on Kickstarter, the company has added a Steel option for an extra $91.  Read More

The developer edition of the HTC Vive

It's becoming clearer that the entire tech world is trying to get in on virtual reality on the ground floor. In addition to announcing its latest flagship smartphone, HTC today unveiled a new VR headset, in a partnership with Valve.  Read More

The Huawei Watch looks like one of the best-looking Android Wear watches to date

Of the early Android Wear smartwatches, the round ones (Moto 360, LG G Watch R and soon the LG Watch Urbane) have been the most eye-catching. You can now add Huawei to that list, as it's teasing its new Huawei Watch (you know, like an Apple Watch ... only from Huawei) ahead of its Mobile World Congress reveal.  Read More

The LG Watch Urbane LTE has a stylish, all-metal body ... and now standalone 4G

Life moves quickly in the world of smartwatches. Less than two weeks after announcing the Android Wear-running LG Watch Urbane, LG is back with a variant that drops Wear and adds standalone 4G LTE.  Read More

Pebble Time, which will be available in three colors, is the sequel to the original Pebble

Though Pebble has since become one of the most popular smartwatches around, the product began on Kickstarter. So, instead of holding an Apple-like press event for its latest watch, complete with presenters, intro videos and superlatives (which it could have easily done), the company is returning to its crowdfunding roots. Meet Pebble Time.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the LG Watch Urbane (left) and Asus ZenWatch sma...

Android Wear watches have been trickling out since the first two launched in mid-2014. Let's compare the latest, LG's Watch Urbane, to one of the best watches of 2014, the Asus ZenWatch.  Read More

Gizmag reviews the Zeiss VR One, a virtual reality headset with a slide-out tray for the i...

Any company that's been making lenses for 169 years is probably good at adapting. So perhaps it makes sense that German company Carl Zeiss AG (better known today simply as "Zeiss") didn't waste time jumping into the new frontier of virtual reality. Gizmag has been playing with the company's VR One headset for the iPhone 6 – read on for our review.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on to compare the Motorola Moto 360 (left) and Samsung Gear S smartwatch...

Samsung and Motorola made two of the most eye-catching smartwatches you can buy today. We have the Moto 360 and Samsung Gear S in house, and have a few thoughts on how they compare.  Read More

With the Neptune Duo, the smartwatch plays the alpha role, with the (not quite a) phone ta...

Will smartwatches ever replace smartphones? And, if so, how will we play Candy Crush and watch Netflix or Sling TV on the go? Neptune, the company behind the ridiculously oversized Pine smartwatch, is back with a new device that tries to answer that question.  Read More

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