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The next Android Wear update will improve battery life

The battery life of Android Wear wearables (or pretty much any wearable) has been abysmal so far, having a few hours of battery life when they should be lasting days. Continue reading The next Android Wear update will improve battery life

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Google is patenting a new Smartwatch that takes your blood

Google Wants to Patent a Blood-Sucking Smartwatch

Most fitness trackers on the market are just a bunch of simple motion-driven sensors that feed data into software that merely quantifies your exercises and vainly tries to motivate your to exercise. There are no meaningful insights, and you can’t understand what exactly is going on with your body.  Continue reading Google is patenting a new Smartwatch that takes your blood

Turn any watch into a Smartwatch with the Chronos

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Wearables are slowly becoming more popular, and are evolving beyond their original, bland designs, and are now moving towards more stylish wearables that essentially don’t look like wearables. Although wearables certainly do look much better than older wearables, there is still something to be said about wearing a traditional watch. Continue reading Turn any watch into a Smartwatch with the Chronos

Microsoft’s Band 2 leaks, and it looks a lot better

Microsoft Band 2.0

Last year, Microsoft announced the Microsoft Band, which was poised to be one of the most advanced fitness trackers. It had a wide variety of sensors, and in theory, could collect data more comprehensive than that of any other fitness-tracker. Continue reading Microsoft’s Band 2 leaks, and it looks a lot better

Xiaomi becomes the second largest wearable maker, behind Fitbit

Xiaomi Mi Band

There are two ways to be successful in the technology industry: To offer innovative features that can be found nowhere else, or rip off all you want, but at a lower price. Continue reading Xiaomi becomes the second largest wearable maker, behind Fitbit

Google announces Project Soli: A new way to interact with Wearables.. Once ag

When you observe technology, you observe a pattern. The adoption of every new hardware platform was facilitated  by an interface custom made for that platform, so as to enable ease of use and convenience. Continue reading Google announces Project Soli: A new way to interact with Wearables.. Once ag

Neptune announces the Duo: A Smartwatch that can be a Watch and a Phone, simultenously

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The Neptune Pine is a Smartwatch that aimed to replace your Smartphone by dragging its guts out and putting it in a bulky enclosure on your wrist. Turns out that people want a Screen bigger than the one on their wrist, and they want a Wearable to be fashionable, which is why the Pine didn’t see much success. Continue reading Neptune announces the Duo: A Smartwatch that can be a Watch and a Phone, simultenously

Samsung is going to switch to Tizen for all its Smart TVs from now

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It has become well-known that Samsung is looking for ways towards reducing its reliance on Google. In phones, it has its own OS, but it is still impossible to wade of Google due to dominance of Google over the Smartphones Market. Continue reading Samsung is going to switch to Tizen for all its Smart TVs from now

ASUS is working on its next Smartwatch: Making calls straight from your Wrist

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ASUS is currently busy launching its Zenwatch in various regions around the world. The Zenwatch has been praised by reviewers for its elegant Design and nifty features, while still maintaining a low price. Continue reading ASUS is working on its next Smartwatch: Making calls straight from your Wrist

Android Wear officially gets Lollipop Update: Wear Watchfaces are here

Android Wear Is Getting an Awesome Facelift 

Some weeks ago, Phandroid had leaked the details of Android Lollipop for Wearable Devices, and now Google has officially announced the Update. Continue reading Android Wear officially gets Lollipop Update: Wear Watchfaces are here