Apple will begin shipping its smartwatch in April. Tim Cook, the Cupertino giant’s CEO, confirmed the news during today’s quarterly earnings call.
Samsung took the time to tell us more about its plans regarding Tizen. Samsung says that it’s going to introduce “a flood” of Tizen devices throughout 2015.
According to Mashable, one of its journalists stumbled upon Shenzhen-based Hyperdon displaying and selling fake Apple Watches in one of the smaller halls at the tech show.
Apple is on track to launch the Apple Watch by the end of March this year, and retail training is set to start next month, according to a new report.
Fitbit stepped up and announced the Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge, its two new connected products which will be coming to North America soon and, not long after, globally.
Garmin was one of the top names in stand-alone GPS devices. But once the smartphone revolution picked up steam, everyone with a handset had a GPS device in their hands.
SnapCam is the latest entrant into the wearable lifelogging market. The 1.5-inch square device clips onto bag or clothing (it’s magnetic, too) and connects to your phone via an app.
Avegant’s Glyph headset has been long in the making, but it finally looks to be ready for action. The unique mash-up of headphone and wearable display is now poised to ship in fall 2015 for $599, or $499 if you pre-order before January 15th.
An update to Apple’s websites in Europe seems to indicate an earlier overseas launch for the Apple Watch than earlier expected.
Alcatel OneTouch will have its own booth at the Consumer Electronics Show, which starts on January the 6th, where it’s going to show, among other things, their entry into the smartwatch scene.
A diamond laden $30,150 version of the Apple Watch includes the hardest and the second hardest materials on earth. There are eight rows of high-grade 15 carat diamonds on this luxury version.
As we told you last week, Google started rolling-out a 5.0 update to Android Wear smartwatches. Sony SmartWatch 3 could receive the update any minute now.