Another seven days have gone by since we last rounded up the top wearable tech headlines so, in the words of every football player currently playing, "we go again".
Read on for all the details...
Fitbit's new duo in testing
Fitbit is field testing two new trackers, due to launch at IFA 2016 in September. Our source told us this week that they're codenamed Laryon and Fermion. We reckon the will launch officially as the Flex 2 and Charge 2.
Google's new duo also teased
Two Nexus Android Wear smartwatches could be coming soon. Codenamed Angelfish and Swordfish, both smartwatches are said to be of the round-faced variety although there's word that they won't have the annoying flat tyre that blights the Moto 360 range and the Fossil Q Founder.
There are a few Android Wear watches in the pipeline including designs from Nixon and New Balance, but a Nexus Wear range does sound appealing - especially if Google uses the models to introduce new features to the platform.
Talking of new features and we've been taking the Android Wear 2.0 update beta for a spin.
bPay gets new teammates
Like TopShop x bPay accessories and Lyle and Scott's bPay jacket, you can add funds to a digital wallet linked to the device and use it with Visa or MasterCard debit or credit cards to make transactions of £30 or under. There's currently over 400,000 locations that support payments.
Suunto's sporty assault
Available in four colours: blue, black, pink and white. It's also 'built to last' with a mineral crystal glass display and stainless steel bezel, pushers and buckle. It also shares the same color touch screen (with great visibility in sunlight), engine and software as the Ultra. Sensor-wise, there's on-board GPS and accelerometer.
Check out our pick of the best GPS running watches.
Worn around the neck, the Monolith uses magnetic distance sensing and is able to train the back, neck, thoracic and ab segments. It's designed to be worn by adults or children and promises a week's worth of battery life.