A new rumor out today says that Microsoft is planning to launch a new wearable device in the next few weeks, and it will have a two day battery life.
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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'.
The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times have both recently claimed that Apple will release two new iPhones and a smartwatch along with a host of new and innovative features for the devices.
Ahead of its expected unveiling on September 9, Apple is said to be considering charging as much as $400 for its new wearable device, although it will reportedly offer "lower priced versions" too.
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.
After months of rumors, it looks we will get our first look at what Apple's been working on for the past couple of years. Apple's iWatch is rumored to make its debut at an unannounced September event.
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.
Just a few weeks after confirming its plans for a Windows Phone app, Fitbit has launched that app today, bringing extensive support for its fitness-focused wearables to Microsoft's mobile OS.
An Indian company has developed 'smartshoes' that vibrate to help you to navigate around town. Originally developed to help the blind, they also include fitness sensors, and go on sale in September.
Jimmy Kimmel strikes again! This time he's showing off the new Apple "iWatch" to a select few, only to reveal that he is really giving displaying a Casio watch with an Apple sticker.
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.
Microsoft has been developing a new wearable device: a 'smart headband' that can help blind people to 'see' the world around them - although not quite in the way you may be imagining.
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.
A week after its launch in the United Kingdom priced at £1000, Google Glass is being banned by British cinema chains over fears that it may be used to record movies surreptitiously.
Google has announced improvements to its Glass wearable device, offering better performance thanks to a big increase in RAM, along with greater battery life and a handful of software enhancements.
Apple has been rumored to be building an iWatch for many months and it looks like October may be when the device launches with a 2.5in screen, wireless charging and a few additional features.
Razer is entering the wearables market with the Nabu Smartband. The Nabu will be available to 500 beta testers and sell for $1 USD. The first 500 bands will be released on July 10th, 2014.
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
Lifelogger is a wearable that will attempt to capture everything in your daily lives and catalogue it. The device will be able to recognize text, faces, and voices. The device starts at $169 USD.
Nike has reportedly fired the majority of its Fuelband activity tracker team, and announced that it will shut down any future wearable technology programs.
Ring is betting that you will want to control everything with your fingertip. By utilizing gesture recognition, Ring will be able to text, control your home, and more at the wave of a finger.
Samsung is rumored to launch Galaxy Glass, a Google Glass competitor, at the IFA 2014 in September with more technology companies expected to follow the trend in the coming year.
Lost Lake Cafe & Lounge is yet another restaurant banning the use of Google Glass by customers, and it's not the first restaurant to do so. It stated the new policy very clearly on its Facebook page.
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.
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