Android Wear hasn't seen much success, but Google is quietly pushing forward. And this week, you can buy the first Android Wear 2.0 devices, including the LG Watch Style.
Recent wearables Stories
Today, the Google announced Android Wear 2.0 Developer Preview 4, adding a number of new features for developers and (eventually) users.
Pebble announced today that it is shutting down and will no longer make wearable devices. But the team is heading off to market leader Fitbit.
Yesterday, Brad exclusively revealed Microsoft's plans to retreat from its Band efforts: The firm won't ship a Band 3 this year, and will almost certainly never do so. Now what?
Today, Apple announced its second-generation smart watch, called Apple Watch Series 2. The new wearables will feature new fitness capabilities, including GPS and water resistance, improved performance, and a dramatically brighter display.
Today, Fitbit announced major updates to what it calls its most iconic fitness trackers. The new Fitbit Charge 2 adds more health and fitness features, while the new Flex 2 is now "swim-proof".
Wearables are all over the map, encompassing everything from high-end smart watches to low-end fitness bands. So there is great choice, but also great confusion. Not helping matters, many aren't sure whether wearables will have any staying power.
The Moto 360 Sport will become available in the U.S. in early January, providing built-in GPS and a cool "AnyLight" display for both indoor and outdoor use.
Motorola’s second generation Moto X smart watch comes in two sizes, and now comes in models aimed at men, women, and fitness fans. Based on Android Wear, this new wearable offers a tremendous range of style choices, and is reasonably affordable. The other day, I mentioned in Samsung’s Latest Smart Watches Could One-Up Apple Watch […]
Samsung is set to release its third generation smart watch family soon. And it looks like they will correct some of the issues I have with the Apple Watch.
Released just in time to deflate Apple’s presumed lead in the wearables market, Microsoft Band far exceeds the capabilities of most health and fitness devices. But it’s also a bit too complex, too bulky, and too incomplete to satisfy typical users. Unless you’re a health nut or someone who likes to micromanage technology, Microsoft Band […]