Archos is going all out for CES 2014 with a new range of smart home devices, a new tablet, some new scales, and a slew of “Pebble-like” smartwatches that promise to be some of the cheapest in the category. Read on for more info!
A Motorola smartwatch with a flexible display is described in a new patent application from the Google company. Read on for more details!
The Pebble ecosystem was in dire need of a centralized place where developers could post their applications for the benefit of users. That place is the Pebble Appstore, announced today and opening to users in early 2014.
While big companies like Samsung and Qualcomm are trying to tackle the smartwatch market, a new company is looking into making a smaller piece of smart jewelry: a smartring. Read on for more info!
The Neptune Pine smartwatch has been reinvented, and it has just reached its Kickstarter goal in less than 24 hours. Read on for more details!
Google is reportedly in the late stages of developing a Google Now-integrated smartwatch. The Wall Street Journal reported that Google is in talks with Asian companies to mass manufacture the smartwatch, which may be ready for production within months.
A trademark filling for “LG G Health” seems to indicate that LG is working on its own smartwatch, although the device is yet to become official.
HTC is down but not out: the Taiwanese phone maker is planning to give the Samsung Galaxy Gear some serious competition with a smartwatch of its own.
Google is rumored to be working on a smartwatch of its own that will “heavy” use of KitKat and Google Now functionality and which should be launched “sooner rather than later.”
Following negative feedback to the Galaxy Gear, Samsung is reportedly planning to launch the next generation of the smartwatch as soon as early next year.