It’s not just smartphones and tablets that are given the chance to shine at the ongoing Mobile World Congress 2016 in Barcelona. Wearables have been taking center stage the past couple of years and this year is no exemption.
Samsung’s new roundface smartwatch, the Samsung Gear S2, will soon be available in the US market through select major wireless carriers starting in March. The trend to go for a roundface smartwatch, originally pushed by
Wearable tech is not just limited to a smartwatch or a fitness band. It now ranges from what you hear on your head, in your ear, on your wrist, and sometimes even what you put on your pet. Motorola Mobility is introducing a whole
Smart shoes aren’t something totally new. Some brands have already developed footwear that would give you information on the activity it was able to track while you were wearing it. But most of them focused on running
Qualcomm has just introduced a new Snapdragon Wear processor for wearables. The Snapdragon Wear 2100 is poised to replace the Snapdragon 400 that is now commonly installed on the latest smartwatches in the market. The new
The latest models of the Samsung Gear S2 Classic is finally ready for purchase on Friday. You will be able to order a new smartwatch from the South Korean tech giant straight from the Samsung website, Amazon, Best Buy, Macy’s
If not special edition, customized watchfaces are becoming more popular these days as people demand for more personalized experiences. The industry is still young but a lot of manufacturers, developers, accessory makers, and even
Will smart gloves soon have a place in the mobile industry? Looks like it since after the Super Soft Texting Gloves and the Bluetooth Beanie & Touchscreen Gloves, another pair wants to enter the scene. The BearTek Gen II
If you own a Moto 360 2nd generation smartwatch, you might want to check your device or the app for a notification from Google because they are giving you a major Android Wear update. This includes support for additional
The smartwatch game has already taken its flight. Several manufacturers jumped into the bandwagon and released their own models last year. The wearable industry is still in its early stages but you can say it’s established.