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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

Google Glass' fortunes may have turned south, but don't count it out just yet (Original: J...

Now that the Google Glass Explorer program is officially dead, does that mean that Glass itself is dead? Though Google has explicitly said otherwise, some believe that the product is beyond repair and heading to the great rubbish bin in the sky. Sometimes, though, it's easy to overreact to short-term failures and lose sight of the big picture.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of LG's new Watch Urbane (left) and the Moto 360

LG made one of the best smartwatches of 2014, in the G Watch R. Now the company is back with an all-metal variant called the LG Watch Urbane (no "G" this time around). Let's compare its features and specs to those of the Moto 360.  Read More

LG's G Watch R was one of the more fashionable-looking smartwatches of 2014, but the LG Wa...

In the long-term, Android Wear isn't likely to be about just a small handful of watches. Fashion and individuality often go hand-in-hand, and now we're starting to see some of the early Android Wear watch-makers reflect that, making different smartwatches for different styles. The latest? LG's all-metal take on the G Watch R, the LG Watch Urbane.  Read More

Tago Arc puts a customizable curved E Ink screen on your wrist

Tago Arc is an E Ink fashion accessory that can be customized to look exactly as the user desires, and never needs to be charged. It connects to a smartphone companion app, allowing the wearer to create their own designs, or purchase from a library of images.  Read More

In this rendering, the i Gel protects someone falling off a building by pushing him into a...

Last week's Wearable Technologies Conference in Munich showcased the future of cutting edge wearable design. While much of the exhibitor area was dedicated to usual suspects like performance-tracking sensors and wearable cameras, there was one design that immediately stood out. Still just a rough concept in need of partners, the i Gel protective system proposes a full-body airbag suit for protecting motorcyclists, bikers, skiers, and other hobbyists and professionals.  Read More

The VR for G3 headset uses the Google Cardboard blueprint to provide a VR experience for L...

Samsung was the first big mobile company to stamp its name on the budding virtual reality craze, by teaming up with Oculus for the Gear VR. Now LG is using the developer-focused Google Cardboard platform to launch a G3-compatible VR headset of its own – and it isn't going to cost a penny to new G3 buyers (at least in select markets).  Read More

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