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Research firm Gartner estimates that smartwatches will contribute 40% of all sales revenue from wearable devices in 2016. Hit the link to find out more!
Analytics firm Netbase released a luxury brand report last week stating that the Apple Watch is the most popular talked-about luxury watch brand on social media from 2014 to 2015, but Rolex remains the most liked brand.
9to5Mac has confirmed that the second generation Apple Watch will not be launched at the March event. Apple is said to be introducing the iPad Air 3, new band colors and WatchOS 2.2 for the Apple Watch. Read on to find out more!
Juniper Research released a report claiming that the Apple Watch has dominated the wearable market last year with a whopping 52% share of global shipments despite only going on sale at the end of April. How did Android Wear fared? Hit the link to find out more!
Tech News Samsung adds Rose Gold and Platinum-plated Gear S2 Classic options; announces iOS compatibility
Samsung is adding two new models to its Gear S2 Classic lineup, and they're really bling. Joining last year's muted metallic black case are new 18k Rose Gold and Platinum-plated options. Samsung also announced new third-party apps for the Gear S2 and iOS compatibility coming later this year.
MediaTek has announced the MT2523 system-in-package with a focus on improving power efficiency in smartwatches and fitness bands.
Samsung announced that it will be showcasing three Creative Lab Projects for the first time at CES 2016. The three projects include a smart wearable healthcare belt (WELT), a hand-motion controller for mobile VR devices (rink) and a new UX (TipTalk) which allows users to listen to sound from smart devices.
Google may not have confirmed anything regarding its next generation of Glass wearables for the workplace, but if these latest FCC filings are anything to go buy, the new device will be sleeker and tougher than ever.
Fitbit's app jumped 20 spots to the top of the Apple App Store on Christmas Day, which suggests that many people received a Fitbit wearable as a gift. Is that enough to keep Apple and Xiaomi at bay?