Introduce You Richard Mille RM 011, The Sportive Revolutionist

This Throwback Thursday we go not as far back in time as we normally would. Instead, we take a closer look at an icon of more recent making, yet an icon it is. We are talking here about the Richard Mille RM 011. Introduced in 2007, it became not only one of the pillars of the brand, but also broke the mold of high-end sports watches. Now almost a decade in existence it is time to look back at some of the most memorable versions of this watch.

Felipe Massa Titanium

Maybe The Apple Watch is Cupertino's secret hearable

Apple tends to incrementally build toward future products. It makes a big deal about a small change that isn't exciting, and then in the following years it'll pull those small changes into something big. Apple Pay started like that. First there was Passbook, a digital wallet for coupons, then there was Touch ID, and then it pulled them together to create Apple Pay.

The best fitness apps help power-up your smartwatch into a great workout companion

Smartwatches are increasingly becoming geared towards fitness, but often the built-in apps leave a lot to be desired. That's why we've been testing the best fitness apps out there to help power-up your smartwatch into a great workout companion.

Whether you've got the Apple Watch Series 2 strapped to your wrist, or are sporting an Android Wear timepiece or a general fitness tracker, mountains of apps are out there to help you build on the device's core skills and up your activity-tracking, fitness-boosting game.

Reviewing Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch Classics

The Frederique Constant Horological Smartwatch Classics comes from the luxury Swiss watchmaker's latest collection of hybrid smartwatches, which for the first time includes models for women.

Best devices to help you ditch your smartphone

If you're a fan of Strava but have grown tired of being tethered to your smartphone, there's good news: plenty of smartwatches are out there to give you the freedom you crave.

The fitness tracking app isn't just easier to use from your wrist, but this also gives you the opportunity to tap into more advanced metrics, accurate GPS and the packed Strava community.