It's been an incredibly jam-packed week in wearable tech with juicy updates on the Apple Watch, depressing developments with the Jawbone UP3 delay, a new Android Wear watch from LG revealed and a whole host more.
So let's jump straight in with this week's big round-up....
LG Watch Urbane unveiled
LG already had the slickest looking Android Wear watch by way of the G Watch R but the Korean company isn't resting on its laurels. The LG Watch Urbane was unleashed this week, boasting a new high end styling that's more upmarket and is much more unisex than its older sibling.
We're expecting to hear more about the Urbane at MWC, which kicks off in a couple of weeks. In the meantime, check out our guide to the best smartwatches available to buy now.
Apple Watch set to dominate
It states that the Apple Watch will "account for a quarter of the wearables market in 2015, selling around 20 million by the end of the year."
Neptune Duo makes bold claims
The world's smartest wearable? That's what the makers of the Neptune Hub are claiming; a setup consisting of a wearable and a Pocket-screen display.
The idea is, rather than a super powerful smartphone providing the engine room for a low-tech smartwatch, you use a super powerful smartwatch to provide the grunt for a low-tech smartphone.
Each week we pick out the most promising ideas hoping to get public funding to make their idea a reality - this week we focused on the Cmoar VR headset, click here to find out more.
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