In a bit of a surprise turn, Google confirmed today that it will be releasing a Wear OS watch this year. The company will instead focus on the OS and will be supporting Wear OS partners.
Google is reportedly working on more than one smartwatch if reports are to be believed. The company wants to go head to head with Apple in the wearables space with its own offerings that run Wear OS.
Over a year after its initial debut on Android Wear, Google Assistant is getting powered up with new features in an upcoming update to Google's rebranded Wear OS platform for smartwatches.
Google today released the first developer preview for smartwatches since Android Wear was rebranded to Wear OS. It brings the platform to Android P, the upcoming version of the OS.
After rumors circulated earlier this week that Google would rebrand its Android Wear OS to Wear OS, the company today launched a website for the newly-named smartwatch operating system.
A new Google Play Services beta build suggests that Android Wear will go under the moniker Wear OS. The re-brand comes just months after Google merged Android Pay and Google Wallet into Google Pay.
Google has released a new update for devices running Android Wear. The new version is v2.8 and brings better notifications as well as a darker background which could improve battery life.
After launching the Android Oreo update for Android Wear devices last week, Google has officially released the list of wearable devices which will get the update in the coming months.
It looks like Google has now introduced an update for its wearable OS, Android Wear. Today, the firm announced Android Oreo, which gives the OS some important features and improvements.
Along with the launch of the Huawei Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro, the Chinese manufacturer also unveiled the Huawei Watch 2 Pro, offering users with a China-specific Android Wear 2.0 and eSIM support.
Google's Hoi Lam has revealed that Google's decision to only sell Google hardware on the Google Store was made almost a year ago. He said third party devices will be available through partners.
Today, Google released a new Android Wear beta, which brings the OS to API 26, or Android 8.0 Oreo. It's not a major update to the operating system, and only contains a couple of new features.
For those who own both an Android Wear device and an iPhone, Google has updated its policies to promote multi-platform support, pushing for apps that function independently from smartphone apps.
Android Wear was originally announced in May 2016. ASUS finally began its rollout for the ZenWatch 3 last week, and now it's available for the ZenWatch 2 - but only for the 1.63-inch model.
An Android Wear issue that has been affecting users since June is now on Google's radar. The firm issued a statement, informing users that the problem is being looked into and that it will be fixed.
Louis Vuitton is getting into the smart wearables market with the luxurious Tambour Horizon, a smartwatch that runs Android Wear 2.0 and has a 300mAh battery that is expected to last a day.
If you were looking for a different kind of Android Wear smartwatch that can handle a little abuse, the newly discounted Casio WSD-F10 might be the option for you. It can be had for $249.99.
LG's Watch Sport is one of the more stylish takes on Android Wear 2.0, and it packs Qualcomm's Snapdragon Wear 2100 chipset all for a price of $349. Here's our review of LG's new smartwatch.
Huawei's second-generation Watch, running Android Wear 2.0, is a big departure from the first generation, in terms of both design and features. Here's our review of our time with the Huawei Watch 2.
Huawei has announced that its latest Android Wear-powered smartwatch, the Watch 2 Classic is now available for purchase in the United States for $369.99 through various online and offline retailers.
According to a number of reports, Verizon and LG have canceled the carrier's variant of the Watch Sport. The device has been removed from Verizon's website, but it's still available from AT&T.
Nearly two months after being announced at Mobile World Congress 2017, the Watch 2 and Watch 2 Classic will finally make its debut to retail shelves in the US starting today at various retailers.
Almost two months after Google announced that Android Wear 2.0 had been released - following a lengthy delay - the update has finally begun rolling out. However, it's only available for three devices.
In January, Casio introduced its rugged Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch, the Pro Trek WSD-F20. Now the firm will offer a limited edition model with a sapphire crystal display and ion plating.
The well-known watch manufacturer has released a follow-up device to its original smartwatch. Like the earlier model, the Connected Modular 45 comes with some intriguing features and a big price.
Today, images of the Huawei Watch 2 showed up online ahead of the product's Mobile World Congress 2017 announcement next week. The device will have a 'sportier' look, similar to LG's Watch Sport.
It has been two years since TAG Heuer announced its $1,500 Android Wear smartwatch and it looks like the company will return with a follow-up this year that will offer a unique design.
Telegram for Android Wear 2.0 is available just a day after Google's Android Wear 2.0 platform was released. The app is fairly powerful, allowing you to respond with text, stickers and more.
Google recently announced Android Wear 2.0 and it looks like Verizon will offer its own exclusive wearable, in the form of the Wear24, which will arrive on Verizon in March for $299.99.
It was originally due to launch last year, but the long wait for Android Wear 2.0 is finally coming to an end. Google has announced launch details for the latest version of its OS for wearables.
After new images emerged of its long-awaited 'Halfbeak' smartwatch last week, HTC has now confirmed that it's "not going to have an Android watch", with no immediate plans to launch any smartwatches.
The Huawei Watch made its debut at Mobile World Congress 2015 and it appears that a follow-up could make an appearance at this year's MWC offering cellular connectivity and Android Wear 2.0.
Last May, HTC reportedly pushed back the launch of its new wearable device until later in the year. Photos of the device leaked in October, and more have now surfaced - but its plans remain unclear.
If you were planning to grab Motorola's last smartwatch, your time is running out. The listing for the second generation model of the company's Moto 360 is no longer in the Google Store.
According to a new report, the first two smartwatches that Google will show off with Android Wear 2.0 will both be made by LG, and will be called the Watch Sport and the Watch Style.
Google announced in September that its Android Wear 2.0 update had been delayed until "early 2017". It now looks like the long-awaited update to its OS for wearable devices will arrive on February 9.
According to a new report, Google has been emailing its Android developers and telling them that the first major update to Android Wear, 2.0, will be launching in early February.
Global luxury brand Swarovski - well known for its premium jewelry, watches and other accessories - has revealed that it will launch a new smartwatch this year, powered by Google's Android Wear OS.
According to a new report, Google is planning to announce two new flagship smartwatches alongside the launch of the next iteration of its wearable platform, Android Wear 2.0.
Google has bought Cronologics, which in partnership with Imco, helped bring Amazon's Alexa to the CoWatch, the first watch to run Alexa. It's unclear how much Google paid for Cronologics.