With so many different sensors (everything from a blood pressure monitor to a BMI calculator), the Samsung Simband has a lot of potential uses, both for the home user and the medical community.
Imagination Technologies has announced its Ingenic Newton2 and M200, a brand new chipset designed from the ground-up for the low power and reduced area requirements of wearables.
Microsoft accidentally leaked its upcoming Android compatible fitness band wearable. While not incredibly remarkable, cross platform support is great!
The Sony SmartWatch 3 has landed in the Google Play Store with a $250 price tag. Sadly, we cannot purchase it yet, but we imagine “Coming Soon” won’t be too far down the road.
Believe it or not, you can actually use a fun little hack to load your loyalty cards on your Android Wear device! Read on to find out how.
This week we talk about updates to Google Play Games, the death of two Star Wars games, Windows 95 on smartwatches, and more Android apps news!
Reports are flowing in that the latest Moto 360 update is producing awesome battery life. Build# KGW42R is nearly doubling battery performance, will you buy the Moto 360 now?
It seems tech manufacturers big and small are intent on selling us smartwatches, but do we really want to buy them? Why have they decided to shift focus to the smartwatch? Is this a strategy that suits us or them?
Have you encountered an Android Wear app that constantly and unexpectedly closes on you? If so, this may be the reason why and an unofficial trick that developers can use to overcome it.
Before diving into the full review, we take a quick look at what’s in the box and the initial setup process for the Moto 360!