In another huge week for wearables, we round up the biggest news from a busy MWC and GDC.
If you've not been paying attention this week, you have missed a lot. Let us catch you up.
MWC went wearables crazy
At CES back in January we saw literally hundreds of wearables companies exhibiting, yet very few AAA devices from the big players. At MWC in Barcelona this week, the big boys came to play.
It was a productive show, and you can get all the news and definitive first looks at the new devices at our MWC hub page. With all these new devices to choose from, make sure you check out our round up of the best smartwatches and best Android Wear apps.
Sony Morpheus details revealed
While HTC was taking the wraps off its HTC Vive in Barcelona, Sony was limbering up for an epic three hour session at GDC in San Francisco – the annual meetup for the games industry. While it cooled speculation on Project Morpheus last year, it used GDC to reveal more than ever about its VR headset.
An upgraded screen and some seriously impressive tech specs have made the Morpheus a serious player. Check out our guide to Project Morpheus and also our comparison piece with Sony's Morpheus vs Oculus Rift.
Pebble Time Steel looks like Apple Watch
We don't think there's any mistake in the choice of colours and styling, and worryingly for Apple, Pebble's watch is $150 cheaper too.
Xbox games coming to HoloLens
Microsoft also had something to say about HoloLens this week, and it's great news for gamers. The company has revealed that Xbox games will definitely figure on the headset. While it somewhat takes the heat out of the Xbox VR headset rumours, it makes HoloLens one of the most exciting all rounders.
This week's wearable crowdfunding tip is for AmbyGear, which is looking for $50,000 for its kid's smartwatch. It features GPS treasure hunts, and kids can earn reward points for attending lessons and clubs.
And seeing it's been such a big week for crowdfunded wearables, we've also rounded up the biggest success stories to date. Enjoy.