- News tagged "smart watch"
Friday, 24 Apr 2015
The guys at iFixit have just taken apart the Apple Watch to see what makes it tick. See what went down during their teardown.
Friday, 20 Mar 2015
Intel and Google recently announced that they are working with Tag Heuer to bring a smart watch powered by Android Wear. This could be the first luxury Android Wear device to take on the Apple Watch.
Monday, 2 Mar 2015
LG's first all-metal Android Wear device, the Watch Urbane to debut at MWC 2015 (Update: Hands-on photos!)
LG just announced that it will unveil its first all-metal smartwatch, the Watch Urbane at Mobile World Congress 2015. It is positioned as a luxury wearable for consumers looking to add both style and high-tech flare to their everyday lives.
Friday, 27 Feb 2015
Mark your calendars, Apple has just sent out invites for a media event that will be taking place on March 9. It is highly likely they will reveal more details about the Apple Watch.
Wednesday, 18 Feb 2015
With Tim Cook announcing that the Apple Watch will be ready in April, we have now learned that the company has order 5 to 6 million units from its Asian suppliers.
Tuesday, 17 Feb 2015
According to reports from Taiwan, ASUS could ditch Android Wear for another mobile operating system to boost the battery life of its future smart watches.
Friday, 6 Feb 2015
Swatch CEO Nick Hayek has just revealed that the company will release its own smartphone within the next three months, which pits it squarely against Apple's upcoming Apple Watch.
Friday, 23 Jan 2015
The battery life of the eagerly anticipated Apple Watch was never undisclosed at launch, but we now know that Apple is aiming for 19 hours of battery life for its new wearable with "mixed usage."
Monday, 12 Jan 2015
According to reports, Apple is once again turning to Samsung to produce components for its eagerly anticipated Apple Watch.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
That's right, for US$150, the new Alcatel Watch can easily pass off as the more expensive Motorola Moto 360 - minus some functionality. Find out how similar (or different) it really is.