Updated We take a look at one of the most popular Fitbit trackers - the Charge HR. It's the first to bring in heart rate tracking tech.
Patent filing including the original, cam-touting face computer also shows a very different, arguably worse, look.
Now controls more than your heating, offers better screen and economy, and still has the most satisfying knob in the business.
Sat-nav overlord TomTom creates the ultimate back-seat driver, scoring and social sharing your wheelmanship
Offers long battery life, subtle notifications, large range of options, bespoke OS, possibly free hair pomade
They want to mix the past and the future, and they're really really happy Apple is making a watch, honestly
Tag team up for Android Wear watch in a fancier-than-normal case. Are smartwatches now serious business?
It may sound like the punchline to a joke, but it's actually a unique advertising experience where you're the star
Discreet, well-designed fitness band tracks your steps and other activities but also offers notifications, music controls and waterproofing
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Smartwatch pioneer Pebble is gearing up for a new wearable, and ain't bothered about competition from Apple...