Sony has announced today the immediate availability of the Sony SmartWatch, which will go on sale for $149.99 at Sony’s brick-and-mortar and online stores starting today. The SmartWatch features a 1.3″ OLED display that allows you to check your text messages, emails, Facebook, and Twitter updates, as well as control your ... Read More »
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We have been hearing about Google testing some smart watches, lately. The idea of being able to access your messages, social networks, apps, and other features from your wrist seems quite convenient. Manufacturers haven’t quite found the right equation for these devices, though.
Most of these gadgets are very limited, expensive or simply ... Read More »
WIMM’s attempt to make us look like detectives has kept us on the lookout since we first heard about its smart watch last August. What differentiated this smart watch was that it is meant to be a stand alone product. Competing products are inextricably tied to smartphones. Hell, the Sony Ericsson LiveView can’t ... Read More »
The i’m Watch has been one of the most promising attempts at an Android-based watch. This device runs independently, while other watches cling to mom (your smartphone). For example, the Sony Ericsson LiveView cannot even tell you the time if it’s not connected to your phone via bluetooth. In this regard, ... Read More »
How much would you spend on the world’s coolest looking Android-powered smartwatch? Next week in Santa Clara on October 25, i’m Watch will make its long awaited debut at ARM TechCon and try to convince you it’s worth the 249 € (~$340) asking price.
Succeeding the I’m Watch, the I’m Color is a wristwatch that comes packed with a customized version of Android. We have seen other major manufacturers bring similar ideas, like the Sony Ericsson LiveView, and Motorola’s just leaked Tracy XL. Though these manufacturers’ prestige is much higher, the I’m Color is definitely ... Read More »
Have you ever wanted an Android-powered smartwatch? Sony Ericsson’s LiveView is the Android smartwatch that nerds have been waiting for, maybe. The Bluetooth accessory connects to your Android 2.x device and provides a mini stream of data to your wrist (or wherever you clip it) so you no longer have to pull your phone out of your pocket to ... Read More »