Withings has just announced that both its Activité and Activité Pop fitness trackers will gain Android support beginning tomorrow, March 2nd.
The Pebble homepage currently has a timer counting down to end next Tuesday. The company is rumored to launch a new Pebble watch with a thinner design, bigger screen and colorful e-paper display.
Neptune has just announced the Duo, a standalone smart wristband that comes with a second screen for carrying out bigger tasks.
LG is reportedly bringing a new luxury smartwatch to the wearables game, to be announced at MWC, here us what we’ve seen so far of the LG G Watch Urbane.
Do you have a smartwatch on right now? If not, why do you think that is so? These are questions that the Android Authority podcast team explore in this edition of the Friday Debate Podcast,... episode 4! Lanh Nguyen of the YouTube team joins host Joshua Vergara and co-hosts Joseph Hindy and Jonathan Feist to talk about wearables – in particular, smartwatches – and why they migh...
Upleaks has leaked details for HTC’s first upcoming wearable, which is rumored to run HTC’s own RTOS operating system rather than Google’s Android Wear.
Tech superpowers like Samsung, LG, Sony and Motorola have been cranking out smartwatches faster than they can sell them. So why aren’t consumers biting? Here’s my take.
Google’s Android Wear is not without its nice showcases (the G Watch R comes to mind), but for me it simply can’t match wits with a product like the Gear S.
Sense, an intelligent cloud-based recognition engine, could help create a limitless, interactive encyclopaedia of things based on information from users.
Lumoid, a short-term online product rental business, has just added a selection of fitness trackers and basic smartwatches to its service. Now you can try before you buy.