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The Breitling B55 Connected can be controlled by a companion smartphone app

Is the mobile phone threatening to kill off the wristwatch? Not if Swiss watchmaker Breitling has anything to say about it. With an apparent motto of "if you can't be 'em, then make 'em work for you," the Breitling B55 Connected combines smartwatch technology with haute horlogerie in a partnership where the phone serves the watch instead of the other way round.  Read More

A 'coach mode' gives workout feedback (Photo: Atlas Wearables)

The Atlas wristband, a wearable that recognizes what activity you're doing to provide more useful fitness tracking data, has made the leap from crowdfunding success to the real world after raising over half a million dollars on Indiegogo last year. Gizmag spotted the Atlas at the Wearable Technology show in London this week.  Read More

InterAxon launched its Muse EEG brain trainer in Europe this week  (Photo: Stu Robarts/Giz...

InterAxon's brain-sensing headband has been around for a while now, having debuted on Indiegogo in 2012. Since then, it has won a Design and Engineering Award at CES, received a number of updates and, this week, launched in Europe. Gizmag took it for a spin at the Wearable Technology Show.  Read More

British tech company Lyte is releasing a new line of eyewear that can record HD video (Pho...

Fitness and fashion enthusiasts will have a new way to capture their lives later this year. British tech firm Lyte is releasing a new range of video-capturing eyewear. Fashion Glass and Sports Glass versions of the shades will be available.  Read More

You can now customize your own Moto 360 through Moto Maker, though your options are (mostl...

Since mid-2013, Motorola has let you customize your own smartphone, with Moto Maker and the Moto X. Starting today that extends to smartwatches, with the made-to-order Moto 360.  Read More

Tim Cook and company answered many of the remaining questions about the Apple Watch today

While the new MacBook may have been the freshest news out of Apple's "Spring Forward" event today, the main focus was, as expected, on the Apple Watch. The company broke down more details on pricing and release.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Android Wear-running Huawei Watch (left) and...

Huawei is jumping into smartwatches in a big way, with the beautiful, Android Wear-running Huawei Watch. Let's compare its features and specs to those of the Moto 360.  Read More

An iSkin sticker is used to control the playback of music (Photo: Saarland University)

While a wrist-worn smartwatch may be easier to access than a smartphone that has to be retrieved from a pocket, the things certainly have tiny screens. That could make them rather difficult to use for certain tasks, particularly ones where a larger interface area is needed. Well, that's where iSkin comes in. The experimental system allows users to control mobile devices using flexible, stretchable stickers that adhere to their skin.  Read More

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

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