Listen to You Wear It Well - our new wearable tech podcast

An IFA round-up, Fitbit interview and a spot of singing for episode 1
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We've only gone and done a podcast. You Wear It Well episode 001 is now up on Soundcloud - coming soon to Apple podcasts. We'll be recording the team chatting about wearable tech every two weeks from now on, at least that's the idea. And we'll be featuring interviews with big names in the tech industry too.

For the first episode, it's a busy one for tech news, the week after IFA 2017. Me, Michael Sawh and Conor Allison talk about: the Fitbit Ionic smartwatch, the Samsung Gear Sport, Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro and Samsung Gear IconX 2018 earbuds; Garmin Vivosport, Garmin Vivoactive 3 and Vivomove HR hybrid.

Plus we get into Fossil Group's new designer Android Wear smartwatches: the Diesel On Full Guard, Emporio Armani Connected and Michael Kors Access Sofie as well as Jedi Challenges in AR and the Asus Mixed Reality headset.

At the end of the show you can hear part of US editor Hugh Langley's interview with Fitbit CEO James Park from Fitbit's launch for the Ionic at the end of August in New York. (Excuse the audio quality, captured live from the event).

Want to hear us right up in your ears? Have a listen above.

Like it? Love it? Something you want us to discuss? Let us know in the comments below.

Listen to You Wear It Well - our new wearable tech podcast

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Sophie was Wareable's associate editor. She joined the team from Stuff magazine where she was an in-house reviewer. For three and a half years, she tested every smartphone, tablet, and robot vacuum that mattered. 

A fan of thoughtful design, innovative apps, and that Spike Jonze film, she is currently wondering how many fitness tracker reviews it will take to get her fit. Current bet: 19.

Sophie has also written for a host of sites, including Metro, the Evening Standard, the Times, the Telegraph, Little White Lies, the Press Association and the Debrief.

She now works for Wired.

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