Samsung will announce their first attempt at a smartwatch is quickly approaching. September 4th is when they'll take the IFA stage in Berlin and unveil the new Galaxy Note III as well as their upcoming Galaxy Gear smartwatch. We've heard countless reports on specs already, but today we're getting two more important ones. Internal storage, and battery life.
smartwatch space continues to be tested and it is looking like the latest entry is going to be one called the Omate TrueSmart. This will be another watch that takes the funding campaign route. The folks at Omate have yet to specify which platform they will be using, however they have provided us with a few early details about what can be expected.
smartwatch. I've admitted I'm not a fan in the past, but this new watch from a Shanghai-based company called the GEAK Watch has my attention. Why you ask? Because it claims to do so much more than most of those other so called "smartwatches" we've seen in the past.
Google Glass in the works. Today we're seeing some evidence and patent filings that reveal some potential information about an upcoming Google smartwatch. The dive into wearable computing is about to take off full steam. More details on what makes this stand out is available after the break.
loved it in his review. I just can't see myself actually spending my hard-earned cash on a smartwatch. However, this new concept (not real) video of a Google Nexus watch might change my mind. We'll just leave this here for you to enjoy for the weekend.
Samsung has a smartwatch in the works to join their Galaxy lineup. The images you'll see below are being called the Samsung GALAXY Altius, and certainly look to be a "smartwatch" and not the Galaxy S IV or a smartphone.
Sony's Smartwatch? Well the little device that could is getting a huge update today from the folks at Sony that should bring a host of new features, as well as fix tons of bugs with the Android-powered smartwatch. This isn't quite that Pebble Watch we've been keeping an eye on, but the update is worth a quick look.
Pebble smart watch project on Kickstarter, and almost immediately the organizers reached their $100,000 goal. They've raised just a bit more than that since then: a million dollars in just a little over 24 hours, and almost 1.5 million at this point. To celebrate thier success, they're adding in an extra feature. When the watch enters production later this year, it'll be waterproof. The organizers say that it won't be a dive watch, but you'll be able to shower or swim with it without worry.
The Pebble watch is currently in the concept stage, but with a Kickstarter campaign that's nearing completion, it looks like it'l be hitting stores before the end of the year.