Sony hasn’t quite gotten around to officially announcing a successor to the first SmartBand, the company’s fitness-focused wearable, but apparently they have one coming down the pipe. That is, as long as a newly-discovered app within the Play Store is any indicator of the future.
As noticed by Android Police, Sony has released the official ... Read More »
About two weeks ago, a story was making the rounds on Android blogs about how a developer has made it possible to monitor blood glucose levels on Android Wear devices. I happen to have type 1 diabetes and I have been using this very software developed by Stephen Black on my LG G Watch for a ... Read More »
In mid-January, it was announced that Tony Fadell had been put in charge of the Google Glass initiative and that the program had moved out of the Google X exploratory labs and given a full lease on life. While some took that as the end of Google’s wearable technology, many saw it for what ... Read More »
A new company called Olio is introducing its first smartwatch, the Model One. With the smartwatch market expanding rapidly, Olio is a company that’s creating its own smartwatch that’s compatible with both iOS and Android 4.3 and up. Olio itself is a company that’s steeped in a long history of product design, with CEO Steve ... Read More »
When Google shut down the Glass Explorer program back in January, many speculated that it was the end of the face-mounted wearable. Glass gained fame quickly, with many wanting to drop serious money to own it. But the fame also sparked controversy and privacy concerns from those worried about being recorded ... Read More »
In late February, it was confirmed that Moto Maker was getting another device from Motorola, but this time it wouldn’t be a smartphone. Instead, Motorola’s smartwatch, the Moto 360, would be added to the customizing fun. While it was obvious that the Moto 360 wouldn’t have as many options as the Moto X, for ... Read More »
It seems like most people are pretty happy with the direction Samsung is heading in with the new Galaxy S6. With a far more premium construction and less bloat to slow things down, the device has had a lot of praise heaped on it. However, with no removable battery or external storage, ... Read More »
While smartwatches may be getting a lion’s share of attention these days, virtual reality is starting to make a comeback, and in a big way. You know it’s true because smartphone manufacturers want to get in on it, and that’s exactly what HTC is doing with its just-unveiled Vive virtual reality headset.
The Moto X’s strength, not including its feature set, is the customization options that Motorola offers with Moto Maker. That only got better as more options have been added to Moto Maker over time, and now it looks like Motorola is gearing up to add another product for the customization fiends out there.