Or £169.99, if you like to keep tabs on your pennies. Microsoft announced a few weeks back that its Band wearable would be made available in the UK market. And coming good on that promise, the company is now selling the health and fitness focused device. Up until now it as only available for preorder in the United...

At least, according to unofficial sources. Redmond has not exactly commented on the production of Microsoft Band, or the number that was produced in the first batch. But this much is certain that it was low — supply quickly ran out in the first run. Part of this early success was the appeal of the wearable device,...

Took a while coming, but Microsoft Band is now going places. Places, as in retailers like Amazon, Best Buy and Target, as well as across the pond, in the United Kingdom. This after months and months of limited supplies. Microsoft unveiled its first wearable back in October 2014, and while interest in the device has...

Microsoft Band sure is an elusive device. Redmond launched its first wearable to a decent level of acclaim, but apparently supplies were ridiculously low and the device went out of stock immediately. Withstanding the fact that the fitness device was not made available globally. However, those of you that are patiently...

Microsoft Band may still be a device that is hard to get, but Redmond continues to update its smart fitness band with new features. Features like a virtual keyboard. The wearable that helps users track their exercises, monitor burned calories, distance travelled and duration of their workouts now boasts a built-in...

Microsoft band was not the only big announcement coming from Redmond last night. The company also unveiled its new health and fitness platform, going by the simple name of Microsoft Health. The fitness tracker works with Health, which is designed to unify all health, fitness, and sports activities for users. The...

Whoa, bet no one saw this coming! With Microsoft Band, the company tried a new strategy of a stealth launch, so to say, without any announcement event, without any buildup of hype. And it seems to have worked. These are still early reports, but it appears that the $199 device is a hit with consumers, at least an early...

If battery life is one of the biggest considerations for smartphone, it perhaps is the biggest for wearables. Microsoft Band, luckily, delivers some innovations on the battery front. The first ever wearable device from Redmond was announced last night. And the company has confirmed that the device runs for 48 hours —...

Microsoft really need to work on this international thing. More so for Windows Phone users. The Microsoft Band wearable gadget just went live earlier this today. And while the device is a piece of work, the release schedule leaves a bit to be desired. The company announced US availability straight away, with no word...

Redmond made a splash late last night by introducing the Microsoft Band, its first foray into the wearables arena. The device is available right now for those living in the United States. Perhaps the biggest highlight of this new gadget is that it can be paired with the majority of devices on the market, from Windows,...