The Qualcomm Toq smartwatch is now available for purchase from Qualcomm, though any new orders will have to wait at least a week before they ship. Read on for more!
The Toq will be available on December 2, and, for $349, buyers will get a low-power Mirasol display, long battery life (several days according to Qualcomm), and the ability to receive notifications right on the wrist, for things like email or calendar.
Asus has big plans for 2014, with new smartphones, Chromebooks, wearable devices, and possibly a new Nexus tablet in the works.
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.
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.
Why is Samsung building a smartwatch now? Sure, it’s not the first time the Korean conglomerate is dabbling into making wrist-worn computers. But the context is favorable now. Here’s why.
The wristwatch-like Galaxy Gear will launch on September 4 along the Galaxy Note 3, confirms Bloomberg.
According to the leak purveyors at Sam Mobile, Samsung will launch the Gear smartwatch along with the Note 3 at the Unpacked 2 pre-IFA event on September 4.
According to a Taiwan-based researcher named Jason Tsai, Google Glass is likely to arrive with price tag of just $299 when it arrives later this year.
Google isn’t the only company working on wearable head-mounted technologies. GlassUp, an augmented reality project two years in the making, aims to combine augmented reality with renowned Italian fashion.