Facebook on a phone

Facebook Watch coming next year?

The social media giant may be looking to launch a health- and messaging-focused wearable in 2022...
Medical Wearable Trends

3 Medical Wearable Trends We’ll Be Seeing More of in 2021

Wearable tech is becoming more and more commonplace in modern society. In fact, the global wearables market grew by an impressive 35.1% in 2020...
Garmin Lily smartwatch

Garmin Lily is a smartwatch for women

Featuring a patterned lens and a 34mm watch case, Lily blends classic looks with health and wellness monitoring, smart notifications and more.
Lively Wearable2

IDC: Shipments of wearable devices go reach 125M units in Q3 2020

The surge was driven by seasonality, new product launches, and the global pandemic...
Garmin pregnancy tracking

Garmin adds pregnancy tracking feature to its smartwatches

Women can easily transition from logging their periods and understanding their cycle to tracking the pregnancy and keeping track of what matters.
Apple Watch Series 6

Apple announces Watch Series 6, Watch SE, Fitness+ and more

The brand-new Series 6 will ship with SpO2 and V02 Max tracking; Apple also launched three new studies and partnership with Singapore...
Apple Watch

iOS 14 to support Sp02, sleep tracking on Apple Watch?

Also, the future update to the Apple Watch's ECG feature could address inconclusive readings for heart rates between 100 and 120 beats per minute.
wearables

IDC: 336.5M wearable devices shipped in 2019

The worldwide market for wearable devices grew 82.3% in the fourth quarter of 2019 (4Q19), reaching a new high of 118.9 million devices shipped.
Wear OS

Google working to add new health features to Wear OS

The survey running through the Google User Experience Research program is asking participants for feedback on up and coming health tracking capabilities.
Lively Wearable2

Best Buy launches Lively Wearable2 and new mobile app

The new Lively app gives older adults one-touch access to urgent response services via their smartphone, quickly connecting to help if an emergency occurs.