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  • Smartwatch Devices & Accessories - Best Buy


    Shop Best Buy for a stylish smartwatch that can relay information from select iOS
    and Android smartphones.

  • Pebble Smartwatch | Smartwatch for iPhone & Android


    Why measure battery life in days? 'cuz we can. Up to 7 days of battery life from
    one charge. Your cat as watch face? err... why not! Pebble is customizable inside

  • Best smartwatch 2015: what's the best wearable tech for you ...


    Feb 19, 2015 ... The best smartwatch for 2015 is still in the offing, but that doesn't mean there aren
    't good options to weigh down your early adopter wrists right ...

  • Smart watch reviews - Consumer Reports - Consumer Reports Online


    Smart watches are still a relatively new electronics category, but these devices
    are poised to hit the mainstream. This year we saw major players such as LG and

  • SmartWatch - Sony Smartphones (United States)


    Touch your world with the Sony SmartWatch. This Android-compatible watch will
    keep you discreetly updated and your hands free.

  • Smartwatch - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    A smartwatch (or smart watch) is a computerized wristwatch with functionality that
    is enhanced beyond timekeeping. While early models can perform basic tasks, ...

  • Apple - Apple Watch


    Apple Watch is everything we think a watch should be. And it's available in three
    distinctive collections.

  • SmartWatch Articles on Engadget

    http://www.engadget.com/tag/SmartWatch/ - 14 hours ago

    On top of iOS and Android, it'll soon work on Android Wear, meaning you can join
    in the fun with your smartwatch rather than just your smartphone (though you'll ...

  • Sony SmartWatch 3 | Verizon Wireless


    Get more out of your Android experience with the Sony SmartWatch 3. Keep your
    smartphone safely tucked away and let the SmartWatch 3 deliver all your ...

  • Runcible 'wearable' pocket smartwatch (pictures) - CNET


    What if smartphones weren't rectangles, but circles? A California-based startup is
    thinking outside sharp corners to introduce an "anti-smartphone" gadget.