With the launch of the Pebble Time came Timeline, which the interface in Pebble Firmware 3.0. It organizes all of your information in a timeline centered around the present, and you can go into the past or future with a press of a button.
At time of the Time’s launch, an update ... Read More »
Not too long ago, Motorola introduced the world to the Moto 360 Sport, a tweaked version of the Moto 360 that makes it more appealing to those looking to purchase a smartwatch for fitness reasons. Designed to compete with both fitness bands and smartwatches, the Moto 360 Sport brings in features ... Read More »
Smartwatches are beginning to branch out, particularly on the luxury end. We recently saw the launch of the TAG Heuer Connected, the result of Google’s partnership with the Swiss watchmaker. Now, Movado, another Swiss watchmaker, is introducing ... Read More »
If you’ve been interested in Android Wear but have been waiting for the price to drop, now is a good time to buy. The first generation Moto 360 has been discounted on the Google Store from $149.99 to a mere $99.99.
The first gen Moto 360 isn’t particularly quick, and its battery life isn’t ... Read More »
The Huawei Watch is a surprising entry into the Android Wear game. Huawei went all out in creating one of the most beautiful smartwatches we’ve seen so far, and it has the specs to match. However, starting with a mid-range price point and going all the way to the super high-end, this watch isn’t particularly ... Read More »
The Pebble Time Round is Pebble’s first round smartwatch, and the company originally announced it in late September. At the same time they kicked off pre-orders, with expected ship dates starting some time in November. Turns out the company was able to keep to that goal.
Today Pebble confirmed that it will begin shipping pre-orders for the ... Read More »
While it can’t offer the more robust feature set of Android Wear or Samsung’s Tizen-powered Gear S2, the Pebble Time remains an excellent option for Android (and iOS) users that are willing to trade some functionality for a full week of battery life.
While the typical $199 price point for the Pebble Time ... Read More »
The previously announced AT&T NumberSync will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This means multiple phones or even wearables can be used as your phone, with your original phone number.
AT&T has now announced the ... Read More »
While there has been a section of the Play Store specifically for Android Wear-supported apps, it hasn’t always been easy figuring out if an app you’re looking at supports your favorite wearable. With the latest update rolling out to the Play Store, that changes.
You will now see an icon indicating Android Wear support in ... Read More »
The wearable market continues to grow and one of the latest wearables to hit the market is Samsung’s Gear S2, which sets itself apart with a round display and a rotating bezel to navigate through the software. Samsung is selling its Bluetooth and Wi-Fi-only model, but now Verizon and T-Mobile have announced availability ... Read More »