More power to your wrist.
These Apple Watch alternatives suit your specific needs when it comes to wearables.
The company is interested in a device with a radar sensor that can detect how you move and breathe in bed.
Your wrist deserves the best.
When you’re choosing an Apple Watch, comparison shopping is your friend to get the style and generation that’s right for you.
The research involves AR glasses and wrist-based wearables.
Jumping out of planes and operating up north can be stressful, so the Army is studying resiliency.
The app will let you know if your speech doesn’t achieve a sufficient “positivity” score.
An electrodermal activity sensor gives you a stress score and suggests methods to help you chill out when you need it.
Apple has released a watchOS public beta for the first time, and you can download it now.
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