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Apple today announced that it's targeting an April ship date for the long-anticipated Appl...

When Apple announced its Apple Watch last September, all we knew about its release date is that it would be "early 2015." Today CEO Tim Cook snuck a more specific nugget of info into its Q1 earnings call: the company expects Apple Watch shipments to start in April.  Read More

The Gear S still isn't perfect, but it's the only smartwatch that could have fit our purpo...

As Samsung's sixth smartwatch in the span of a year, the Gear S was almost easy to dismiss. But after using one all through the insane week known as CES, we think it might be one of the more underrated tech products you can buy today.  Read More

Gizmag goes hands-on (for a second time) with the Avegant Glyph, which is like a head-worn...

Though some have described the Avegant Glyph as a virtual reality headset, we think that's way off the mark. And having demoed the Oculus Rift just a few hours before test-driving the Glyph, we can attest that the two are completely different products. Read on, for Gizmag's second pre-release look at Avegant's portable movie theater.  Read More

Gizmag met with Oculus VR at CES 2015, and saw a company on the up-and-up (Photo: Will Sha...

When you visit with enough companies at CES, you start to develop a sixth sense. All of them are ambitious, and some have promising – or even very good – products. But when something is really special, you can just tell. Oculus VR is one of those companies. We're hardly the first to say this, but the Oculus Rift is the future – and, with all due respect, none of the other companies trying to hop aboard the VR gravy train are anywhere close.  Read More

Meet the Nabu X – a low-cost fitness tracker from Razer

The Razer brand is generally associated more with gaming than fitness, but that hasn’t stopped the company from making moves into the smartband space. The Nabu X is its latest effort, with the second-generation fitness tracker offering limited notification support and some novel social functionality.  Read More

LeapBand is a children's activity tracker that encourages them to move through activity ch...

Getting kids who are immersed in mobile devices to get up and start moving can be a bit of challenge, which is where an activity tracker for kids just might help. Leapfrog's LeapBand is a virtual pet gaming device merged with a fitness tracker that motivates kids to move using activity challenges and rewards. The more active they are, the more rewards they get to unlock cool new features. Is it enough to get them to be more physically active though? Read on to find out.  Read More

Vert is a wearable designed specifically for tracking jumps

While there are many fitness trackers designed to log metrics like heart rate and steps, the Vert Jump Rate Monitor sets itself apart by specifically targeting sports and workouts that require the athlete to jump.  Read More

Sony's new concept wearable is one of the company's most interesting efforts in the sector...

Sony’s latest swing at the wearables sector is one of its most interesting to date, taking the form of a smart headset module designed to clip on to just about any pair of glasses. The unnamed prototype hardware is capable of standalone functionality and incorporates a single, pixel dense OLED display.  Read More

The Uno Noteband is the first wearable to make use of Spritz speed reading technology

The Uno Noteband is the first wearable to make use of Spritz, a technology that aims to increase reading speed by showing individual words in quick succession. It connects via Bluetooth to Android and iOS devices, offering notifications, fitness tracking and (allegedly) long battery life.  Read More

The Pinto wristband lets users carry their files on their wrist, and offers password prote...

Pinto is a wrist-worn storage device that lets users securely and conveniently store their files. It’s being pitched as an alternative to cloud storage, connects via Bluetooth and even makes use of wireless charging.  Read More

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