he time has finally come. The Moto 360 became available for purchase this morning. The only problem is that it went out of stock as soon as it appeared.
We were eager to get our hands all over the Samsung Gear S smartwatch. We had our good hands-on time with it – does it feel as good as it looks?
Samsung has jumped into the wearable market with both feet in, and one of their most interesting products at IFA 2014 is the Samsung Gear VR.
“Time has been transformed, and we have changed” is the quote that ASUS used to tease the launch of its first smartwatch. The quote from the Lebanese poet Khalil Gibran, goes on to say... “it has unveiled its face, inspiring us with bewilderment and exhilaration.” As the smartwatch revolution continues, it is fair to say that the ASUS ZenWatch certainly does inspire.
Samsung and Nike have introduced the Nike+ Running App for the Samsung Gear S. The app uses the watch’s built-in 3G and GPS connectivity, meaning you can leave your phone at home.
This industry is ruled by those who bring out the best devices before everyone else, something LG seems to have a good handle on. Enter the LG G Watch R!
Once again, ASUS is teasing their smartwatch due for IFA next week. This time out we get a little better idea the design of the watch, and details of the live stream for the official launch.
Ralph Lauren has now announced a smart shirt designed with athletes in mind, which is plans to commercially release in the first half of next year.
LG has released a short teaser video confirming that the G Watch 2, or perhaps G Watch R, will be round and it will be announced, if not launched, at IFA in Berlin in September. Is the Moto 360 still on your radar?
The rumor mill is going full speed and today we are getting some more details on the reported Samsung Gear 3, which is now said to carry a curved display.