Meet the Pebble Time Round.
Watch your back.
Now you can hardware-hack the Pebble, too.
A fitness tracker to make your heart race.
No smartwatch? No problem.
Hear firsthand how this entrepreneur built a smartwatch people love.
The Pebble CEO hit the ReadWriteMix stage to explain how he made wearables that customers and developers can get excited about.
ReadWrite visits the headquarters of the smartwatch maker.
The road to the Moto 360 started with a fitness tracker and led through the Moto X.
On April 9, we’ll talk about the future of wearables with a pioneer in the field.
Just imagine mixing Google Now with Android apps on your wrist.
Evidence is piling up that we may see a Nexus smartwatch (or whatever Google decides to call it) later this year.
Five months after Galaxy Gear’s intro, Samsung trots out the new Tizen-powered Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo.
HTC will get in on the arm race with its own smartwatch based on Qualcomm design and hardware.
The smartwatch maker turns into an app distributor.
Give up hopes for computational wristwear that can do most of what your smartphone does, at least for now.
The Toq has some advanced features that make it a great proof-of-concept device, but the smartwatch is not quite ready for prime time.
It’s early in the smartwatch revolution, but one device has a visible advantage. (Sponsored by Qualcomm)
Wireless charging can’t come soon enough for the wearable revolution.
A new display technology makes its debut in Qualcomm’s first smartwatch.