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A new report claims the Microsoft Band 2 will be released this year, with the device already being widely tested internally, including in Europe.
Samsung is set to release a new Gear smartwatch soon. The upcoming device has a circular screen, and will feature a rotatable bezel that can be used to navigate around menus and zoom in on photos.
The launch of Apple's first wearable was unlike any other launch as the Apple Watch could only be bought online. This could change, with Apple set to offer in-store pick up to prospective customers.
Samsung has hinted at a future launch of a new version of its Gear smartwatch this Friday. It also plans to release an SDK for developers to create new apps for the upcoming wearable.
This week, Neowin Deals is giving away a Huawei Watch worth $500! This smartwatch runs on Android Wear and comes in silver, black, and gold, but it need not cost a penny to you.
Wearables are the new battleground for most manufacturers and with the impending launch of the Apple Watch, we look at one of the leading circular Android Wear options - the LG G Watch R.
Seven months after it was first announced, the Apple Watch will finally go on sale this week, with prices starting at $349, rising to $17,000 for the 18-karat gold Edition. Are you planning to buy it?
Apple held its 'Spring Forward' event today in San Francisco where they finally announced the rest of the details about the Watch including price and battery life.
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Pebble, the company behind some of the most popular smartwatches, has just unveiled a brand new watch with a color display, one week of battery life and a new notification-focused OS.
A mysterious countdown timer has appeared on Pebble's homepage. Whether the company plans to unveil new devices or a whole new software platform remains to be seen in the following days.
PlexFit is a new Pebble app that allows users of the Smartwatch to get their Google Fit information onto their device. It has step counters now, and support for bike tracking is coming soon.
LG is set to unveil a new smartwatch at the 2015 Mobile World Congress. Named the LG Watch Urbane, the device is powered by Android Wear and is aimed at fashion-conscious people.
Swatch says it will soon launch a new smartwatch compatible with Windows and Android which its CEO says 'won't have to be charged', and which will also include NFC support for mobile payments.
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The Apple Watch will reportedly only last for four hours of active use and possibly up to 19 hours of active and passive use in regular-case scenarios.
A new report seemingly confirms some of the long-rumored specs that the upcoming HTC M9 flagship was expected to feature. The report also claims that the company's smartwatch is ready for launch.
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Microsoft's new fitness-focused wearable device has been prematurely outed after its companion app was published to the Mac App Store - and the app gives us our first look at the new 'Band'
The popular lightweight browser, Opera Mini, is now available for the Tizen-based Samsung Gear S smartwatch, bringing a fast and optimized web surfing experience to the device.
Microsoft has announced today that it's OneNote application is now available for your smart watch and integrates with Google Now too for even easier use on these ultra-portable devices.
Apple has declined to comment on the Apple Watch's battery life, saying the company has "said all we are going to say at this point" about the new device.
Microsoft is said to be building a smartwatch-type device and if it looks anything like these concept images, it could well be a home run in terms of aesthetics and visual appeal.
Despite many of its rivals recently unveiling their wearable devices, HTC has reportedly abandoned plans to launch its new smartwatch, allegedly due to 'rising costs and a lack of a wow factor'.
Although it hasn't been long since Samsung launched its latest generation of smartwatches, the company has announced the Galaxy S, the Tizen-based smartwatch with built in 3G connectivity.
Although the Moto 360 is yet to be released, it didn't take long for its first rival to emerge. LG announced its newest smartwatch, the LG G Watch R, emphasizing its round design.
ASUS released a teaser indicating that they might be releasing a smartwatch at IFA 2014. As we reported earlier, the smartwatch could be a winner thanks to its rumored aggressive price point.
Although the Moto 360 is yet to be unveiled, a BestBuy listing accidentally revealed the specifications of the highly anticipated smartwatch, along with its price before being taken down.
We know that Microsoft is working on a smartwatch with a focus on health and fitness, but we still don't know exactly what it will look like. Here's one vision of how a Microsoft wearable could look.
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OnePlus might be working on a new wearable device that looks strangely familiar. The device looks to share a lot of similarities with the upcoming Motorola Moto 360 that will be released soon.
After the company denied any involvement with Apple's upcoming 'iWatch', the CEO of Swatch has revealed that they aim to produce their own fitness-focused smartwatch by the beginning of 2015.
An official video from HTC has a few precious frames that depict a smartwatch designed by the company. This is on par with earlier rumors and leaks suggesting that HTC will enter this market soon.
Google's Larry Page is said to have expressed frustrations over Samsung's wearables strategy in a 'tense' meeting - but Samsung isn't happy either, privately referring to Google as a "bully".
Microsoft's upcoming fitness-focused smartwatch will reportedly feature a blood-glucose monitor and UV sensor, though information on what the device will look like is still limited.
LG joins the Android Wear wagon with it's first device, the G Watch promising IP67, an IPS display and more. How does it perform in daily situations and is it ready for prime time?
Further information has been revealed about Microsoft's new wearable device, due later this year - and rather than a smartwatch, it seems that the company is working on a fitness-focused wristband.
Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has said that he got rid of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch less than a day after buying one, saying that it was "so worthless and did so little that was convenient."
Microsoft is working on a smartwatch and according to the latest rumors, it is expected to arrive in October and will have a unique look to it that will separate itself from the market.
According to a source, ASUS is looking to enter the Android Wear market by unleashing a low-priced smartwatch by the end of the year. The watch is rumored to arrive in September.
The rumored Apple iWatch will be available in "multiple screen sizes", according to a report from The Wall Street Journal. which also claims that the new device will feature an array of ten sensors.
The Gear 2 Neo is an economy version of the Gear 2 that lacks a camera and premium materials. Can this entry level smart watch convince users to adopt wearables into their lives?
With a planned summer release, the Motorola Moto 360 looks like it may be a fairly large smartwatch as a photo of a prototype was released on the Android Developer Blog.
Samsung has reportedly started updating the original Galaxy Gear smartwatch with its own Tizen operating system in place of Google's Android enabling new features and better battery life.
Microsoft's smartwatch is starting to come into focus and it will reportedly feature a two day battery life as well as continuous monitoring of your heartrate; it could also launch this summer
Reports claim that Samsung is developing a new smartwatch, slated for launch some time this summer, which will work on its own without a connection to a smartphone.
Intel is pushing its vision of a future filled with wearables by giving out money for great new ideas. The top 10 contestants in its Make it Wearable challenge will receive funding for their projects