Inside Google's massive Android rebrand!

Inside Google’s massive Android rebrand

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Meet Omate Yumi, an Alexa-enabled home robot

Omate, the company behind the Rise and TrueSmart+ smartwatches, recently announced its Alexa-enabled robot that goes by the name of Yumi.
Ryan VergaraNovember 3, 2016949 shares

New Omate Rise smartwatch comes with Amazon Alexa

Omate is activating the Indiegogo page to offer a special edition Omate Rise with support for Amazon's Alexa, the popular retailer's voice assistant.
Edgar CervantesSeptember 1, 20167 shares

Omate Rise Indiegogo campaign funded in just 15 minutes

The Omate Rise Indiegogo campaign is only lasting 48 hours, but the funding goal was reached in only 15 minutes! Click through to learn more.
Edgar CervantesDecember 7, 2015520 shares

The Omate Rise is a tough, circular, 3G-connected smartwatch running Android

Omate has just announced its new Rise smartwatch - a circular, 3G-connected smartwatch running Android 5.1 Lollipop.
Jimmy WestenbergDecember 1, 2015183 shares

Omate’s new TrueSmart+ is a standalone wearable that runs Android 5.1 Lollipop

The Omate TrueSmart+ offers up 2G/3G connectivity, Android 5.1 Lollipop and GPS tracking at an affordable price point.
Jimmy WestenbergSeptember 21, 2015552 shares

Omate Ungaro Ring vibrates when your special someone contacts you

Omate is known for its fashion-centric wearable technology, offering gorgeous devices like the Omate X and Lutetia, but their latest product may be the oddest of the bunch.
Edgar CervantesAugust 11, 2015230 shares

Omate’s Lutetia is a smartwatch designed with women in mind

Omate’s upcoming Lutetia is a circular watch that hopes to appeal to women in ways that current smartwatches may not.
Andrew GrushOctober 14, 2014203 shares

Omate’s second watch is less like the TrueSmart and more like the Pebble

Omate, the company behind the TrueSmart, is returning to the smartwatch game once again, this time with a device that's more akin to the Pebble and other notification-focused watches.
Andrew GrushAugust 19, 2014138 shares

The race for your wrist: Apple iWatch tipped for release in 2014

Apple, if all reports are correct, now has two manufacturers for their watch, and a team of 100-plus engineers working on the device.
Nate SwannerAugust 28, 2013144 shares

The Omate TrueSmart is destroying its Kickstarter campaign

Another piece of wearable technology, the Omate TrueSmart, is absolutely annihilating its Kickstarter campaign right now. With 23 days to go, the smartwatch is nearly 400% funded, and ...
Nate SwannerAugust 27, 201351 shares
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