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The first Mi Band released by Xiaomi was heads and shoulders above the competition, if not in price then by quirks like battery life. Check out our review of the Mi Band 1S to see if this still holds!
If you're one of the people who bought a wearable as a gift this Christmas, it's highly likely that you bought one of Fitbit's offerings, as downloads of its app have jumped quite a bit as of late.
The Christmas specials keep on rolling with Amazon now slashing the price of the Microsoft Band 2 by 20% just in time for your New Years resolution goals.
Microsoft has begun selling a stand for the Band 2 smartwatch. Aside from being a charging stand it turns the Band 2 into a bedside clock. It's also weighted to stop it moving around.
The latest data from IDC shows that the wearable device market is still dominated by Fitbit and Apple. But Xiaomi is right on Apple's heels, which should make for an interesting holiday season.
Microsoft has made notable strides with its newest Band fitness tracker, but some unexpected problems with tracking accuracy keep the device just short of excellence.
Microsoft's second-generation Band wearable fitness device is giving me very different heart rate readings compared with the original when working out - but does that mean it's more or less accurate?
While the original Band was something of a concept device, the new Band features a new design, a new sensor, and several improvements worth checking out. I give my first impressions.
HTC first showed off its Grip fitness wearable in March, promising a launch in Spring. It later said it would launch new products "later this year", but has now pushed its plans back to early 2016.
Want a Microsoft Band? It has dropped to just $99.99 at Best Buy in anticipation of the Band 2's release - the lowest price at which the health- and fitness-focused wearable has been sold so far.
Google isn't yet done with Google Glass; after suspending sales earlier this year and then categorically denying its death, the wearable will now fall under a new division titled 'Project Aura'.
Swatch's CEO calls the Apple Watch "an interesting toy, but not a revolution", and says his company's new smartwatch won't include any health-tracking features, despite saying last year that it would.
A few days after Microsoft cut $50 off the regular price of its Band, Amazon has now done the same, and is currently offering the health- and fitness-focused wearable device for only $149.99.
Samsung has released a new video revealing its latest smartwatch, the Gear S2. Although we don't have the full details, the device is slated to make its debut in Berlin at IFA in September.
Microsoft has already brought a number of its applications to Apple's wearable and the company has now updated the iOS app with better integration with the Apple Watch.
Microsoft is currently working on the Band 2, and in preparation for its upcoming release, the company is reportedly halting production of the original Band.
Apple, according to the latest market research, has become the number one company in terms of wearable bands, outselling Fitbit, Xiaomi and all other competitors in the market this quarter.
HTC has previously told the world that it was launching a wearable fitness band called the Grip, but now it's saying that the device won't actually reach consumers, due to user feedback.
A few months after Samsung's plans of a round smartwatch was revealed, the specifications of its newest smartwatch, the Gear A, has been leaked, together with the watch's SDK launch for developers.
Microsoft Research has unveiled a new project that is able to more than triple a wearable device's battery life. That's thanks to WearDrive, a new technology that pairs the wearable with a smartphone.
We recently reviewed the Mi Band and found that lacking Google Fit integration was a bit of a let down, but that's all changed today with the official app updated to support the Google Fit service.
A new report claims the Microsoft Band 2 will be released this year, with the device already being widely tested internally, including in Europe.
The Xiaomi Mi Band will impress you in a number of ways, if not just for the months-long battery life then for the ridiculously low $14.99 price tag. Check out our full review of the wearble!
The Apple Watch is about to go up for pre-order in several markets around the world and today we've learned that some models of the Apple Watch won't ship until May - several weeks after launch.
Bad news for Watch enthusiasts, as those looking to mix and match bands and cases for the Apple wearable will have to pay more. The company will only be offering select combinations for sale.
From EU investigations into Google's practices, to Net Neutrality in the US to Xbox burgers in Hong Kong, it's been a busy and exciting week for tech. And Mobile World Congress is just starting!
Pebble, the company behind some of the most popular smartwatches, has just unveiled a brand new watch with a color display, one week of battery life and a new notification-focused OS.
Since Microsoft released its Band, it has been nearly silent about new features for the device but that changes today with the announcement of new features for the wearable device.
According to the latest reports Apple is looking to sell around five million units of its Apple Watch in the first three months after the device launches. The Watch will hit launch later in April.
LG is set to unveil a new smartwatch at the 2015 Mobile World Congress. Named the LG Watch Urbane, the device is powered by Android Wear and is aimed at fashion-conscious people.
Considering all the hype around the upcoming Apple Watch, which will be available this April, several UK universities have started banning the use of watches in exam halls altogether.
JINS MEME is the first wearable that mimics standard eyewear. It will be available in the Spring and can track your eye movement and other motions via sensors to provide important lifestyle data.
Osterhout Design Group is a small military-focused technology company that is looking unveil their own augmented glasses for consumers along with Sony, Samsung, Oculus, and others at CES 2015.
According to a supposed leak Microsoft Stores are receiving fresh inventory for the Band wearable today with the devices being available for purchase tomorrow. The Band has been sold out for weeks.
The Microsoft Band has been scarcely available since its launch earlier this year, and according to Microsoftstore.com the fitness wearable won't be available for purchase again until next year.
Although Logbar achieved more than three times their original Kickstarter goal, the Ring they promised would allow us to "control anything" doesn't appear to be able to control anything.
Last week, Neowin was in Seattle and we had a chance to sit down with the team behind the Microsoft Band to hear their story about how the product came to market.
Samsung is releasing another wearable in the form of the Gear S. The defining feature will be that it has its own line of service, allowing it to be used without being tethered to a smartphone.
Microsoft's new Band is out and the company has just released the first video showing the device in action: the tagline appears to be "leave your phone in your pocket and miss nothing."
Microsoft has announced their new fitness wearable called the 'Band': the device will arrive tomorrow and work on all platforms and measure a variety of metrics.
Microsoft's new fitness-focused wearable device has been prematurely outed after its companion app was published to the Mac App Store - and the app gives us our first look at the new 'Band'
A new rumor out today says that Microsoft is planning to launch a new wearable device in the next few weeks, and it will have a two day battery life.
Despite many of its rivals recently unveiling their wearable devices, HTC has reportedly abandoned plans to launch its new smartwatch, allegedly due to 'rising costs and a lack of a wow factor'.
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have both recently claimed that Apple will release two new iPhones and a smartwatch along with a host of new and innovative features for the devices.
Ahead of its expected unveiling on September 9, Apple is said to be considering charging as much as $400 for its new wearable device, although it will reportedly offer "lower priced versions" too.
Although it hasn't been long since Samsung launched its latest generation of smartwatches, the company has announced the Galaxy S, the Tizen-based smartwatch with built in 3G connectivity.
After months of rumors, it looks we will get our first look at what Apple's been working on for the past couple of years. Apple's iWatch is rumored to make its debut at an unannounced September event.
Although the Moto 360 is yet to be unveiled, a BestBuy listing accidentally revealed the specifications of the highly anticipated smartwatch, along with its price before being taken down.
We know that Microsoft is working on a smartwatch with a focus on health and fitness, but we still don't know exactly what it will look like. Here's one vision of how a Microsoft wearable could look.