Fitbit's multi-day battery life isn't just about lasting longer, it's about tracking valuable data while most Apple Watches are sitting on their chargers.
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Withings is officially independent again and it's releasing a new watch to celebrate: the Steel HR Sport hybrid with long battery life and advanced fitness tracking.
Maybe you didn't notice, but it's not just the iPhone Xs Max that's crazy expensive. Apple has raised prices on nearly every one of its new products.
Samsung will be streaming the launch of a new Galaxy phone on October 11 that will presumably have not two, not three, but four cameras.
OnePlus has divulged that the upcoming 6T will be its first handset to dump the headphone jack. But fear not: USB-C Bullets earbuds are on the way.
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Apple has axed all mention of the iPhone SE from its website following its Gather Round event, all but killing rumors that a new model is on the way.
The Garmin Speak Plus has a tiny screen and a long cord, but it brings a few tricks you won't get with your smartphone.
Qualcomm has finally released a new wearable processor, the Snapdragon 3100. Here's how it will transform the next generation of Wear OS watches.
OnePlus has confirmed that the upcoming 6T will have a feature you won't find on any other flagship phone: an in-display fingerprint sensor.
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