The Kickstarter superstar just became a whole lot more useful.
The watch is said to be “in late-stage development.”
The ailing device maker is planning more than just smartphones.
If you’re serious about running and don’t want a bulky phone, this watch may be a luxury that’s worth the price.
Google Now integration makes sense, but other details are scarce.
Reviewers aren’t loving Samsung’s Next Big Thing.
Galaxy Gear and Google Glass don’t require tethering plans.
A smartwatch needs to add to the reasons I wear a watch. Smart glasses need to add to the reasons I put glasses on my face. These are the challenges for wearable computing.
Today’s quintessential smartwatch could use a few more features.
Tech revolution or just another fad?
It would not surprise me if Apple creates the smartwatch that actually drives this category into the mainstream. I just don’t expect it to happen anytime soon.