ASUS’ next smartwatch is the VivoWatch, a more fitness-centric device offering up to 10 days of battery life. Will début in Milan on April 14th.
A render of the next Moto 360 suggests that the next-generation wearable could have a full display with redesigned straps but is the render all it seems?
Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer is gearing up to release a smartwatch of its own. It’s not clear for now if TAG Heuer embraced Android Wear for its first smartwatch, though comments from CEO Claude Biver seem to hint at that.
A 2014 sales estimate for the global smartwatch market suggest that Samsung is leading the field with 17.7 percent of the market, followed by Pebble, FitBit and Sony.
Apple has now officially launched its Apple Watch, but can it compete with the already established range of Android Wear smartwatches?
Pebble has just announced that the developer preview for the Pebble SDK 3.0 is now available. Developers can now begin crafting their new apps for the Pebble Time with support for new hardware features like a color screen and a built-in microphone.
The new Watch Urbane LTE runs LG’s “all new Wearable Platform” OS instead of Android Wear, and offers voice calling, thanks to the integration of LTE.
If you really want to use your Android Wear smartwatch with an iOS device, an unofficial solution may be coming.
JDI has announced a new LCD panel designed specifically for the low power requirements of the smartwatch market.
Asus will opt for a simplified chipset and won’t use Android Wear in a future smartwatch in the pursuit of improved battery life.