News tagged ‘smartwatch’
Wednesday, 19 Mar 2014
2014 sees the market for wearable tech expand exponentially, with LG being the latest to unveil its Android Wear-Powered G Watch. Here comes the Moto 360, a wristwatch designed by Motorola that's not only all aesthetics, but also provides information whenever you need it.
LG Electronics today unveiled the G Watch, one of the first wearable devices to be powered by Google's Android Wear.
Google officially announced that Android is coming to wearables through Android Wear. Starting with smartwatches, Google is working with ASUS, HTC, LG, Motorola and Samsung to introduce more smartwatches powered by Android Wear later this year.
Friday, 14 Mar 2014
Tipster @evleaks has posted specs of Google's upcoming smartwatch, which is alleged to be built by LG. The wearable device is also rumored to be announced at Google I/O in June.
Wednesday, 5 Feb 2014
As promised back in December, the Pebble app store has now gone live with more than 1,000 apps and watch faces. A new Pebble app is required to access the store, and so far, it's only available on iOS. But Pebble did say the Android version will arrive very soon.
Thursday, 9 Jan 2014
The Razer Nabu is a new wearable technology product that Razer describes as part-smart watch, part-fitness band, both delivering notifications from your smartphone to your wrist as well as tracking bio data like steps taken.
Tuesday, 7 Jan 2014
Pebble has just announced a premium version of its smartwatch -- the Pebble Steel. Like its name suggests, the Pebble Steel will feature a machine milled stainless steel case, while the watch's face will be protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.
Friday, 27 Dec 2013
LG has confirmed that it is working on releasing wearable devices (presumably for the upcoming G3 smartphone), but would not reveal exactly what they are working on.
Thursday, 19 Dec 2013
Pebble's appstore will be launched early next year, along with the Pebble SDK 2.0.
Thursday, 5 Dec 2013
While some reviewers do standard drop and durability tests on gadgets, Richard Ryan from RatedRR takes it up the next level by firing a 7.62mm round from an HK 417 battle rifle at the Samsung Galaxy Gear.