It's Christmas Eve! But it's also a Saturday so, of course, we're going to have a look back at the big news in the world of wearable tech.
If you've been too busy this past week, shopping for those last minute gifts, don't fret - we've got you covered. Read on for all the details on the biggest stories...
Apple Watch Series 2 sells out
However, Apple has now extended its refurbishment program to the Apple Watch, meaning you can pick up one of the smartwatches for a cut price direct from the online store - if you don't mind not having a 'used' one.
If you are getting one for Christmas, make sure you read our Apple Watch super guide.
Spotify arrives on the Samsung Gear S3
Sadly there's no offline mode right now, so if you're taking it for a run then you'll only be able to use it with the LTE watches, or hope that you'll pick up some free Wi-Fi.
The Gear S3 is great, but is it our favourite smartwatch?
Safilo smartglasses coming to CES
The connected eyewear won't have an augmented reality display or a Snap Spectacles-style camera. Instead, Safilo is interested in measuring the wearer's brainwaves and providing stress biofeedback and meditation exercises in a companion app. Safilo has been working with InterAxon which made the Muse headband.
Google Wear incoming
Android Wear product manager Jeff Chang said the new watches would not have Google or Pixel branding, despite previous rumours of a Pixel smartwatch. Instead Google will be partnering with another manufacturer, but wouldn't confirm which.
Fitbit Charge 2 update lands
Among the new features is a workout pause function, which is something we've really been hankering for and is something Samsung recently added to the Gear Fit2.
The Charge 2 is definitely one of the top fitness trackers available right now.