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.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear isn’t the only new smartwatch game in town, Qualcomm also recently took the wraps of its own mirasol-based watch, the Toq. Keep reading to learn more!
Smartwatches are a market projected to hit millions of sales annually over the next several years. It’s a market ripe and ready for disruption, and you can be sure that many companies are interested in being on your wrist. Has Samsung created a winner with the Galaxy Gear? Feast your eyes on the brand new Samsung Galaxy Gear below. And how about you? Like what you see? Does Samsung have a winner on their hands (or potentially yours) with the Galaxy Gear? Let us know down below!
Along with the Note 3 and the new Note 10.1, Samsung unveiled today the much anticipated Galaxy Gear smartwatch. Designed as a companion to Galaxy smartphones, the Gear is Samsung’s big effort to get a head start in the wearable computing race, at a time when a multitude of competitors are devising their own strategies for a new generation of computers. As so many failed or lacklustre products have proved before, building a smartwatch that people actually like is very difficult. Will Samsung succeed with the Gear? Here are our first impressions. Design The Galaxy Gear looks pretty much like…
If you were concerned about how the endless stream of high tech companies entering the watch market would affect incumbents like Casio, maybe you shouldn’t. Kazuo Kashio, CEO of Casio, fired a salvo in response to the coming barrage of competition.