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.
We’re recapping the most popular wearable announcements at CES 2015. A lot of great technology was announced, so if you didn’t have a chance to catch any of it, check out our wearable roundup!
MediaTek has announced its dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 MT2601 SoC designed for wearable devices based on Google’s Android Wear software.
ASUS plans to launch three new wearable products in 2015, including a second-gen ZenWatch. The company has also released another teaser for CES 2015.
Sony will begin production on their new heads up display sometime within the year.
The new Movo Wave fitness tracker costs just $29.99 and comes with the basic features needed to keep track of your exercise regime.
Motorola is having some fun showing off their Moto 360, Android Wear powered smartwatch, in a pair of new commercials. Elegance, meet function, and burritos.
Motorola is now selling leather and steel bands for your Moto 360 Android Wear powered smartwatch. $30 to choose from three colors of leather and the steel band comes in two colors for $80.