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Amazon sells children’s smartwatches that are so easy to hack strangers could track and talk to kids, security researchers say
These smartwatches are used by parents who want to track and talk to their kids, but they're so insecure that almost anyone can do the same.
I’m a loyal Apple Watch user, but after switching to Fitbit, I found 3 things I liked better and 3 things I didn’t
The Apple Watch Series 5 serves better as a smartwatch, but Fitbit's Versa 2 offers many must-have features at a much lower price.
‘Does the Apple Watch work without an iPhone?’: Yes, but you might still need an internet connection — here’s what you need to...
Your Apple Watch will work without an iPhone, but depending on what model of Watch you have, you might not have access to every feature.
The Apple Watch Series 3 is already a bargain compared to the Series 5, and on Black Friday, it's even cheaper.
Your Apple Watch is water-resistant, not waterproof — here’s what that means, and how you can use your Watch in the water
No Apple Watch is waterproof, but every model is water-resistant to a certain degree. Newer Watches can be taken up to 50 feet underwater.
The Apple Watch Series 5 starts at $399, and is available in many other versions at various prices. Here's a guide to each model's cost and features.
As part of Google, Fitbit could fix one of my biggest complaints about its smartwatches — and Apple should be worried
Google's acquisition of Fitbit could help the smartwatch maker catch up to Apple in more than a few ways.
Google just went from being a nobody in wearables to a top player with Fitbit, and that’s sure to put an even bigger target on its back
Google has acquired smartwatch maker Fitbit in a $2.1 billion deal, making the search giant a sizable player in the wearable tech industry.
There’s nothing that compares to the Apple Watch, but I’m hopeful Google’s Fitbit acquisition will change that
The Android ecosystem desperately needs an Apple Watch competitor. So there's a lot riding on Google's acquisition of Fitbit.
Google has made an offer to acquire Fitbit, Reuters reported, which would potentially give the firm a presence in the smartwatch market.