With Microsoft launching its new wearable fitness tracker we wanted to see how all these similar devices stack up to each other, at least based on official info. Check all the stats after the jump.
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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.
With the Windows Phone 8.1 update 1 Developer Preview rolling out now , all sorts of new features are being uncovered now that the OS is in the hands of thousands of users and developers.
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
If latest market research numbers are to be believed, Samsung has managed to capture 71 percent of the smartwatch market and has already shipped over 500,000 watches in the first quarter of 2014.
With wearable technology fast becoming this decades smartphone, a concept video is doing the rounds showing a mashup between, what has been suggested as, an Apple device and a Rolex watch.
The US Patent Office has released details of a patent application by Microsoft for a "wearable personal information device" or, a smartwatch. Could this mean we'll see a smartwatch soon?
Motorola has finally released its own smart watch that utilizes a new design to create a watch that reflects the design of a traditional time piece with the functionality of a modern mobile phone
Intel has reportedly won an auction to acquire wearable devices making company, Basis, for an amount upwards of $100 million to strengthen itself in the newly emerging wearables market.
Smartphone maker, HTC, is rumored to be working on numerous wearable devices and will be showcasing a smartwatch at the upcoming Mobile World Congress, in a private event for carriers and partners.
While we wait for Apple to release a much anticipated smartwatch, we are left to gawp at concepts. This one has received much attention, but is it really that realistic?
A concept of what a Nokia smartwatch could look like has been released and the images show a minimalist view. It'll be interesting to see if Nokia follows through with the rumored release.
Pebble is kicking into high gear for 2014 with the announcement of its new Pebble Steel, a new smartwatch made out of premium materials, yet fully compatible with Pebble apps and software.
A new rumor claims that Alex Kipman, Microsoft's general manager of Xbox incubation projects, is leading a team to create new wearable products that run on Windows.
After earlier reports claimed Samsung's smartwatch was a flop, the company is now saying sales are exceeding expectations and the Galaxy Gear is a massive hit with over 800,000 watches sold
Apparently the Galaxy Gear smartwatch is a complete flop with little to no momentum behind it and estimates claiming that Samsung has sold under 50,000 units since the device's launch.
A new report claims that Android Kit Kat is centered around wearables, low-end handsets and fixing some of Android's long-standing issues. All signs point to Android 4.4 as a major, must-have update.
The Galaxy Gear smartwatch may not be doing as well as Samsung hoped, as leaked documentation indicates that over 30% of those bought via Best Buy stores in the U.S. have since been returned.
Nokia filed a patent for a smartwatch with multiple screens in August 2012, with the watch intelligently knowing when to use or power down a display based on the angle it's facing.
Images of an alleged prototype for Samsung's rumored Galaxy Gear smartwatch have leaked on the Internet ahead of the device's rumored reveal on Wednesday.
You've just purchased a new Samsung TV. You call your mates on your Galaxy S4 inviting them for movie night. Waiting for them to arrive, you might be checking the time on a Samsung smartwatch.
It seems like everyone's making a smartwatch these days - but not every smartwatch includes a 41-megapixel camera. With iOS, Android, and Windows Phone 8 support, it can be yours soon for only $1200.
According to a job posting, Motorola is looking to kickstart its "wearables" department. The company launched a wearable mp3/fitness device back in 2011 but that failed. Will they do better this time?
Microsoft is said to be testing smartwatch prototypes made of 80%-transparent aluminium oxynitride, with 4G LTE support and 6GB of storage, as development of the device, shifts to the Surface team.