Have a question about your Android Wear device? Looking for a good app? Need some help troubleshooting? Looking to spread your wealth of knowledge on Google’s wearable platform? Look no further than the official Google Android Wear Help Forum, which is now open.
There are more than a handful of information sources online for ... Read More »
HTC’s planned wearables for this fall/winter have been postponed until next year. Rumors have long been pointing to HTC wearables in the works and a launch for Q4 2014 was the initial plan. HTC later Read More »
The Moto 360 is our favorite smartwatch at the moment, but don’t let Motorola catch you calling it that. They avoided the word “smartwatch” throughout the Moto 360′s Chicago launch event and continue to do so in the first Moto 360 ad.
For those of you that can’t watch the ad, it is a single ... Read More »
It’s important for your devices to last you at least one day of use. You don’t want to be carrying around a useless device just because the battery ran out. That’s why there’s so much focus on the battery size in the current crop of Android Wear watches. The Gear Live has a 300 mAh ... Read More »
Android Wear is only a few months old. It’s a very new product, and naturally, it has limitations and missing features. People are waiting patiently for an update to add some simple features to their devices. Luckily, Google has announced a new update for Android Wear watches on its blog.
ASUS kicked things off at IFA today by announcing its first Android Wear device – the ASUS ZenWatch. Similar to other Android Wear smartwatches, the ASUS ZenWatch is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragfon 400 SoC, 512MB of RAM and 4GB of internal storage and features a 1.6-inch AMOLED display.