Here’s a closer look at Samsung’s newest high-tech accessory.
In which Samsung’s “spare nothing” approach becomes a burden.
A Qualcomm smartwatch? The company is a giant when it comes to the chips that go inside smartphones and other mobile devices, but it doesn’t normally make consumer devices.
Live video from Samsung’s “Unpacked 2013: Episode 2” press conference at Berlin’s IFA trade show.
An interesting wearable-tech startup is now part of Android, reports GigaOM.
Official announcement is set for September 4.
The Omate TrueSmart watch promises to have a built-in microSIM card slot, so you can make calls and get text messages without tethering to your smartphone.
I’m not saying smartwatches will be the next 3DTV, but there seems to be a somewhat similar trend brewing.
The fact that a small hardware startup can get funded and grow is a wonderful thing. Just don’t point to it as proof that the smartwatch business is exploding.
Who isn’t making a game system/smartwatch/media box?
The smartest smartwatch might not look or work much like a watch at all.
If smartwatches become the next big thing in tech, Microsoft apparently doesn’t want to be left out.