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TAG Heuer wishes you a Connected Christmas

Third generation luxury smartwatch is given a fresh face and several new sporty straps this holiday season.

Swiss watchmakers survived the first wave of Apple Watch. But now...

Apple's Watch Series 6 offers so much health and fitness technology, it is likely to be better at spotting early signs of Covid before you are.

T-Touch Connect Solar will hit stores in November

Smartwatch should stay charged for months thanks to Swatch Group's proprietary low power consumption operating system.

WATCHPRO REVIEW: Garmin sinks a hole in one with its MARQ...

WatchPro’s Daniel Malins, a keen amateur golfer, took to the course to see if the MARQ could improve his round.

Festina jumps into smartwatch market with nine-style collection for ladies

Festina is encouraging customers to enter the connected universe of its all new SmarTime watches as it follows stablemates Lotus and Calypso to introduce a range of fashionable smartwatches.

Fossil sets smartwatch route map in direction of continuous upgrades

Fossil Group is getting the hang of the tempo and trends driving consumer electronics and wearable technology.

Festina Group’s Lotus and Calypso sprint into smartwatch market

SmarTime wristwear is designed to appeal to sport and fitness enthusiasts monitoring their health and wellness.

Smartwatch market splinters along special interest lines

Smartwatches were supposed to have wiped out the Swiss watchmaking industry by now. Despite 31 million Apple Watches being sold last year, it is a long way from taking down the traditionalists.

TAG Heuer updates Connected collection with slew of summer styles

There are two models — one on a steel bracelet, the other on a blue rubber strap — with steel cases and an oceanic blue ceramic bezel and a third model made with a lightweight titanium case and worn on a rubber strap.

TAG Heuer and Hublot reveal smartwatch upgrades in the same week

LVMH stablemates both believe there is a market for connected timepieces with Swiss levels of precision engineering and materials.