Google began rolling out Android 5.0.1 Lollipop for all Android Wear devices, last week.Android faithfuls such as yourselves have been mashing their “check update” button on their smartwatches.
The Wave, from a new startup called Movo, pack an impressive number of sensors and is really cheap.
The new device from magician Adam Wilber, you can do just that; having the ability to shoot fireballs from our hands.
Google released the standalone Fit app, the plan is a bit unclear, because the Fit app (like many Google apps) came out a bit barebones, and has needed a lot of updating.
It looks like yesterday’s rumor was right. Google has now announced the Android 5.0 Lollipop update for its Wear smartwatch platform, which will be rolling out to all Android Wear devices in the next week.
Apple seems to be gearing up for the launch of the Apple Watch, which will, supposedly, be in time for the 14th of February, 2015, by hiring staff with a background in fashion and luxury.
This the season for Android updates, and Android Wear isn’t getting left out of the fun. A new report is suggesting that the Android Lollipop update could be coming to Android smartwatches.
The Samsung Gear VR “Innovator Edition”, is available now through AT&T for $199.
LG’s newest Android Wear packing smartwatch, the G Watch R, brings a welcome form factor for those that prefer a traditional looking appliance on their wrist versus the squared off.
Microsoft’s Torque app on the Google Play Store, now supports Android flavored phones. With the app, you can simply shake your handset to awaken a Bing voice search feature.
The time has come for those of you North American residents waiting for the Razer Nabu Smartband, as the company has just announced its availability. The band will be available beginning on Tuesday, December 2nd for $99.99.
TZOA; a Kickstarter project that bills itself as the world’s first wearable enviro-tracker. The tiny, round tracker has sensors that keep tabs on air quality, UV light, humidity, and temperature.