The Neptune Pine is a smartwatch that actually works as a standalone device. It's literally a mini smartphone on your wrist.
The project has been under wraps for at least a year, and it's actually gotten a lot farther than you might believe.
A new smartwatch from a tech startup will get up to a month's worth of battery life. Plus, it's waterproof, will work with all three major smartphone operating systems and can be wirelessly charged.
Designed to be used with the Nismo race car, the futuristic watch monitors vehicle efficiency, your heart rate and probably what you were thinking during your first OkCupid date.
The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Gear wearable made its debut at IFA in Berlin. Just don't call it a "watch."
The Hot Watch smartwatch is everything the Pebble should have been.
A new smartwatch offers a water-resistant device that also allows the wearer to operate the device as a mini-computer as opposed to as an add-on to your existing smartphone.
It looks like some happy go-getter spilled the beans on Samsung's upcoming smartwatch.
The next great tech war will be waged with smartwatches.
If only it came equipped with a tiny grappling hook and a laser cutter to boot.