Android Wear has been out for a few months already, but you have a choice between only two devices. The LG G Watch retails for $229.99 and the Samsung Gear Live for $199.99. We’re waiting for more options to appear, and they’re not far off. The fan favorite Moto 360 should launch soon, though it’s ... Read More »
ASUS was named as one of the first partners of Android Wear, yet was not part of the launch. Even Motorola got in on the fun, despite not releasing any hardware until much later. We knew ASUS has something up its sleeve, and today we finally get to see a hint ... Read More »
It’s long been rumored that Samsung would be bolstering its smart watch lineup with something running Android Wear. Despite having many Tizen-powered devices already on the market, an Android Wear smart watch was coming. And now Samsung has announced it for all to see, and it’s called the Samsung Gear Live.
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Details about Google I/O are always sparse, but what we do know is that attendees always walk away with some sweet loot. Google gives away all kinds of goodies, and according to rumors, this year the company will be giving away an LG G Watch.
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Smartwatches are all the rage these days, including the Pebble on its high pedestal and Samsung’s Gear series, which haven’t exactly been selling well. Google has even entered the smartwatch market with its Android Wear SDK. But because of their lack of connectivity, ... Read More »
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 music ... Read More »
What was once reserved for 007 has now become reality. We’ve seen Android-based watches like the Sony Ericsson Live View, the I’m Color and the rumored Motorola Tracy XL. What we’re looking at today is the WIMM Wearable Platform, and it looks much more promising than the previous attempts for wrist computing.
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