HTC seems to be quite fond of delaying things (hopefully this won’t be the case with the One A9′s promised 15 day updates). We were supposed to see the fruits of Read More »
The age of the Internet has ushered in a whole new world of e-commerce, and with that has come the inevitable decline of brick-and-mortar stores. With lower prices and added perks, online shopping has siphoned off enormous amounts of customers. But online shopping faces a problem in the form of consumers having to purchase without ... 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 »
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AT&T has announced its plans for NumberSync, a service that will allow you to use multiple devices with one phone number. This doesn’t only apply to smartphones, either: AT&T says that everything from tablets to wearables can be used with your phone number.
The service will depend on your devices being connected to AT&T, so ... Read More »
Sony has released a few different smartwatch models over the years, but they’ve also got the SmartBand, a life-logging wearable that can also alert you when your phone wants your attention. And today the new version of that device, the SmartBand 2, is official.
Google’s main wearables effort is Android Wear, but today the company revealed a new wearable device with a focus other than alerting you to your smartwatch notifications.
When you think of wearables, you generally think of Android Wear or Fitbit fitness bands. But what if we told you that the second biggest manufacturer of wearables was actually a Chinese company, and that only one Android Wear manufacturer was in the top five? Yep, Xiaomi is the number two wearable vendor in the ... Read More »
This is apparently the week for long-forgotten projects to finally deliver. Like Jorno, the Recon Jet was a project that immediately caught my eye. When they first announced the Recon Jet Pilot Edition in June of 2013, I considered it but I was just days away from heading to New York to pick up ... Read More »
Despite the frequent assertions that the Google Glass project is dead or dying, yet another version of Google’s wearable is reportedly going to come to market next year. And this time Intel, not Texas Instruments, will be powering it.
While there have been plenty of complaints levied against Google Glass since its initial ... Read More »
It’s that time of the year again. Jack Frost is nipping at your nose, the smell of cinnamon and spice fill the air, football is on the TV and you’re trying to figure out what to get your brother for the holidays. Fear not, Android and Me reader, you’ve come to the right place.
Whether ... Read More »