wearable

Possible wireless charger for Moto 360 filed with FCC

The Google I/O developer conference, which just a day away, may well be the first time we will all get to see a for-real Moto 360. Rumors of the wearable – which curiously and classically takes on a round look rather than the digitally-inclined square shape of other wearables – have been rife, and we may have one more detail from this FCC filing before we actually see the gadget in public.

Google Glass DVF | Made for Glass collection now available

First unveiled earlier in the month, the DVF | Made for Glass frame collection is now available for purchase. These frames and shades are currently available through Net-a-Porter and also directly from Google. They will also be coming to DVF stores on June 28th. While these are essentially just a new collection of frames and shades -- you do have a few options when it comes to making a purchase.

Samsung smartwatch to be launched as Android Wear at Google I/O

Wearables have the potential to be really big, and market leaders are scrambling to position their own products to leverage on the oncoming rush. Samsung has been marking its next wearable to be part of Android Wear, to be launched at the Google I/O developer conference – a smartwatch, in the mold of the Galaxy Gear devices released earlier.

LG G Watch sighting shows Android Wear app for phone

As the expected official launch of the LG G Watch comes closer and closer, people are getting even more curious to see what the actual watch looks like. A new leaked photo showing the smartwatch has confirmed some of the rumoured specs as well as revealing some new information about the latest addition to the wearable gadgets family.

Google Glass Alamo Drafthouse ‘ban’ further clarified

Google Glass once again made headlines when a movie theater owner "officially banned" the wearable. The details of the ban were shared by Tim League, who is the theater owner. But while the Glass being banned aspect was caught in many headlines -- it seems League didn't draw a firm line. Not to mention, Glass isn't the only item he bans from use while the movies are playing.

Hexoskin body metric wearables gain Android support

We tend to think of small gadgets such as a fitness tracker as a wearable these days. And while that type of device may define the wearable space for many -- there are some items making more accurate use of the term. Enter Hexoskin, the body metrics wearable. Some may remember the Hexoskin name from an earlier Indiegogo campaign, however the initial launch didn't win many fans on the Android side.

Finalists of Moto 360 watch face design competition revealed

As Motorola tries to catch up to its rivals in terms of wearable technology, their design competition for the watch face of the Moto 360 drew in over 1,300 entries. The 10 finalists were announced on Motorola’s G+ page and now users may +1 their favourite entries until June 24 with the most votes getting the chance to be the design of the brand’s smartwatch.

Fleksy Messenger teaches you to type on smartwatches

Smartwatches are cool and innovative and everyone seems to want to have one. But one problem baffles some potential customers: Will you actually be able to type on it given its size? And if you can’t type on it, well, then what’s the point of it actually? The The Fleksy Messenger app will try to teach smartwatch owners that yes, there is a way to actually type on your device.