Posts Tagged ‘Smartwatch’

Apple Watch has been estimated to reach 100 million shipments soon, despite negative growth according to a new report. Here are the details.

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OPPO has now taken the wraps off its OPPO Watch after teasing it for weeks and it looks very similar to an Apple Watch in most ways.

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Oppo has just announced its first smartwatch, and it looks exactly like the Apple Watch. Here is everything you need to know about this.

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If you’re an iPhone owner who wears an Apple Watch you are absolutely not alone. If you’re using an Android phone however, the chances that you’re using a smartwatch at all, are pretty slim.

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Fossil Gen 5 Wear OS smartwatch can answer calls on an iPhone just like the Apple Watch. Here’s what you need to know about the newest smartwatch on the block!

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A new Apple Watch clone called the Amazfit Bip costs less than $100 and promises some impressive features including a 45-day battery life.

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IFA 2017 is underway in Berlin and Samsung has taken the opportunity to update its wearable offerings with the new and improved Gear Fit2 Pro, Gear IconX 2018 wireless earbuds, and an all-new Gear Sport smartwatch.

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According to latest leak, Google’s upcoming Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches made by LG copies Apple Watch’s Digital Crown feature.

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Samsung and ASUS have announced their latest smartwatches; the Gear S3 and the ZenWatch 3. Here is everything you need to know about them.

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Pebble 2 and Pebble Time 2 have been announced alongside Pebble Core, a new clip-on wearable. Here are the details.

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Samsung has applied for a patent that would see its smartwatches project an interface onto the wearer’s hand or nearby objects, allowing input or manipulation of the watch without actually touching it.

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Just when you think you’ve seen it all, and you start to wonder about the direction of future technology and where the innovation is going to come from, the Future Interfaces Group out of Carnegie Mellon University pops up to blow your mind. As part of research into trying to solve the problem of how to efficiently interact with the very small screen of a smartwatch, the group has unveiled a rather impressive interaction solution that demonstrates a method of using the skin on arm as a touchscreen to interact with a smartwatch.

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