As promised, several of Apple’s most important software platforms are getting major updates today after three months of testing.
Recent Wearables Stories
This week’s Apple event was typical in that it was big on hyperbole, but it was also atypical in that there wasn’t much big news.
Well, it’s not a leap year. Instead, Apple has announced evolutionary updates to its iPhone, Watch, and iPad product lines.
Arizona, Connecticut, Georgia, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Oklahoma, and Utah are bringing state IDs and driver’s licenses to Apple Wallet.
The Fitbit Charge 5 is the first Fitbit device to be released under Google and it features a color display and a thinner design.
Amazon’s Halo health wearable now supports the Movement Health feature that the online giant announced at the beginning of June.
Today, Apple introduced new features for coming versions of iOS, iPadOS, macOS, watchOS, but didn’t reveal any new hardware devices as hoped.
Amazon announced today that it is bringing a major new feature called Movement Health to its Halo health wearable.
Google said that it would open a retail store location in New York City where fans can buy Pixel phones, Nest products, Fitbit devices, and more.
Google announced today that it is collaborating with Samsung to bring the best of Wear and Tizen into what it calls a single, unified platform.
Fitbit is set to launch its first new product after being acquired by Google, a fashion-forward fitness and wellness tracker called Fitbit Luxe.
Apple announced today that it has added several new workouts, new trainers, and a new Time to Walk guest to its Fitness+ service.
Microsoft announced today that it has received a contract worth up to $21.88 billion over ten years to build 120,000 custom HoloLens headsets for the U.S. Army.
Apple announced today that WWDC21, the coming rendition of its annual developer conference, will be all-virtual for the second year in a row.
Today, OnePlus announced the OnePlus 9 and OnePlus 9 Pro smartphones and the firm’s first ever smartwatch, the OnePlus Watch.
About a month ago, my wife and I began plotting our first real travel in well over a year. We decided to start small, and semi-local, with a drive. To Washington D.C.
The market researchers at IDC claim that the wearables market grew by 28.4 percent last year, with Apple in first place by a wide margin.
A new report calculates that over 100 million people now use an Apple Watch. That’s one out of every 10 iPhone users, an excellent attach rate.
Fitbit announced today that it has added blood glucose logging to its mobile app and is opening the doors to blood glucose tracking meters and apps.
Apple didn’t just post record revenues in the most recent quarter, it outperformed Microsoft by an over 2-to-1 margin. What the heck is going on here?
With the launch of Fitness+ in late 2020, Apple has really started to differentiate Apple Watch from other smartwatches.
14 months after it announced that it would acquire Fitbit for $2.1 billion, Google announced today that it has finally finalized the deal.
Six months later, the European Union (EU) has finally approved Google’s $2.1 billion acquisition of struggling wearable maker Fitbit.
Apple originally announced that its Fitness+ subscription service would launch by the end of 2020, and today it revealed that it will make good on that promise.
Fitbit announced today that Fitbit OS 5.1 is now available for its Sense and Versa 3 smartwatches with Google Assistant support, Bluetooth calling, and more.
Apple has released iOS 14.2, iPadOS 14.2, tvOS 14.2, watchOS 7.1, and HomePod 14.2, delivering many fixes and a few new features.
In an interview, Fitbit CEO and founder James Park revealed that his firm’s premium health and fitness service has over 500,000 paying subscribers.