In order to measure the success of something, we tend to measure it against something else. For example, when talking about the success of Android, it’s often pointed out just how much of the global smartphone market share the platform holds. When talking about the success of iOS, it’s not uncommon to read about web ... Read More »
Samsung’s first Galaxy Gear smartwatch was running Android, so it was fairly simple for developers to get started creating apps for the device. With the new Gear series, Samsung has dropped the Galaxy name and Android OS, opting for Tizen instead. This means making apps for developers will be a little more complicated.
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After the lackluster performance of the original Galaxy Gear, Samsung has to be thrilled with the response that their Tizen-powered wearables are getting. Most of the praise, however, is lavished on the Gear Fit rather than the more traditional looking smartwatches in their lineup. The GSMA (the organization responsible for Mobile ... Read More »
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Not content with two new smartwatches, Samsung has announced a third wearable option this Mobile World Congress in the form of a fitness band. It’s called the Gear Fit, and it comes with a full color, curved 1.84-inch Super AMOLED display.
Functionality-wise, Gear Fit does little to stand out from the crowd. The ... Read More »