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Do all your Gmail tasks on your Android Wear with Wear Mail Client

When smartwatches first came out in the market, people were just using them to track their activities and to receive notifications from their connected devices. But as with everything else digital, it has evolved into a whole new animal. Now you can do all sorts of things right from your wearable, including reading and responding to email. Wear Mail Client lets you do all your Gmail things, even without using your smartphone or tablet.

Basis intros limited release Titanium Edition, new leather straps

The Basic Peak fitness and sleep tracker just got a facelift. It's not much of a redesign but the tracker got an oomph in the looks department as shown by the limited release Titanium Edition. Basis also rolled out new and more stylish leather accessory straps in various colors like Blush, Khaki, Saddle, Noir, and Fog. Basis also updated the app to include Google Fit data syncing.

Last chance to join the Huawei Watch Giveaway [DEALS]

With all the focus on the big players in the smartwatch industry, it might be too easy to forget the relatively smaller players that have products that are just as interesting, sometimes even better. The Huawei Watch didn't exactly make a big splash, but we found out for ourselves that it was a little hidden treasure waiting to be discovered. And now you can discover that yourself, for free even, if you get to be the lucky one in this Huawei Watch Giveaway that is quickly coming to a close.

Misfit launches EKOCYCLE Field Band for Shine

Misfit has got something new for the Shine activity tracker: the EKOCYCLE Field Band. The Coca-Cola Company and will.i.am partnered to work on special exclusive accessory for the Misfit Shine Fitness and Sleep Monitor. This one allows more personalization and customization of the activity monitor.

Android Wear 5.1.1 starts rolling out, brings emojis and new notifications

The latest version of the wearable platform, Android Wear 5.1.1, has finally rolled out. Some of the first ones to receive the update were LG G Watch and LG G Watch R users but we're expecting more smartwatch models will get the version in the next few days. If you have the latest smartwatch especially from LG, Sony, Motorola, or ASUS, you will receive the update soon or you can check manually on your device's settings.

Micromax YU outs India exclusive YUphoria phone, YU Fit, and Health YU

Setting aside the OnePlus-Cyanogen-Micromax drama last year in India, Micromax has recently introduced a new follow up to the YUreka Cyanogen smartphone. Almost half a year later, the company is introducing a second smartphone called the YUphoria. Micromax's YUphoria is an Amazon Exclusive offering. If you're interested, you can pre-register now and phone will start shipping on May 28 in India.

What to expect at the Google I/O 2015 Conference

It's that time of the year when developers are busy preparing for the Google I/O conference. Google especially is working harder year after year to deliver the best sessions. It's one tech event that reporters, bloggers, and fans around the world look forward to because it is when the latest Android platform is revealed. This year, we have the Android M to be excited about and we're expecting the guessing game for what the letter "M" could be--Muffin? Milkshake? Macaron? Meringue? Your guess is as good as mine.

IWC Connect to make your traditional watch smarter

While various OEMs have made the huge pitch to convince you to buy a smartwatch to be even more connected than we already are, a lot of people are still wary of replacing their traditional timepieces with these less better-looking wearables. Brands like LG and Huawei have been trying really hard to make their smartwatches look as nice as the usual luxury watches, but some are still not convinced. A new product announced by uxury Swiss timepiece manufacturer IWC Schaffhausen may just be the tipping point for some users.