Here's a handy roundup of the week's biggest stories to help you keep up to speed. Don't forget to also bookmark our wearable tech news page to hear about the top stories as they break.
Tag Heuer smartwatch launch in November
The Tag Android Wear smartwatch, built together with Google and Intel, will go on sale in October or November 2015 for $1,400, it was revealed this week. The details were spilled by Jean-Claude Biver, Tag Heuer CEO, who also confirmed a battery life of around 40 hours.
Can it really take on the Apple Watch at the luxury smartwatch top table?
LG Watch Urbane hits Google Store
More details emerged this week regarding LG's Korean rival Samsung's next smartwatch as well. Check out our guide about all you need to know about the so-called Samsung Gear Orbis.
Over in San Francisco, at the Build developer conference, Microsoft showed off a live demo of its HoloLens headset in action. The company also released a new, behind the scenes video which shows off some early prototype designs.
How does HoloLens measure up? Take a look at our pick of the top AR and VR headsets.
Talking of GoPro; it has just announced that it is buying the French startup Kolor which builds interactive software for stitching together images and video.
Game, set and match...the focus of this week's crowdfunding feature was Pulse Play.
It's a simple idea, designed to do battle with an age old problem of people who cheat at tennis. Rather than let your dubious pals keep score, it keeps a track of all the points you score, on yours and your opponent's bands, and the overall score too.