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Sony ignores Android Wear, will continue work on SmartWatch platform

03/25, 10:14am

Executive reveals existing investment in smart watch software prevents use of Android Wear

Sony will not be using Google's Android Wear platform for its smart watches in the future, an executive has revealed. Ravi Nookala, head of Sony Mobile in the US, said in an interview that the manufacturer will continue to use its own SmartWatch platform for the immediate future, instead of switching to Google's recently-announced wearable device platform.

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Briefly: Pocket reveals Android Wear service, new BirdFlight platform

03/21, 8:04pm

Read-it-later service reveals prototype app for Android Wear platform

Pocket, the read-it-later service that syncs articles across devices, has revealed a preview of its prototype app for Google's Android Wear platform. An Android Wear smartwatch is designed for delivering concise information, such as notifications, news alerts, and more; Pocket's prototype offers the ability to save content to Pocket from an alert. In a blog post, Max Weiner of Pocket gives an example of a friend sending the user an interesting article, which sends an alert to the Android Wear smartwatch. If the user wants to save that article to Pocket to read later, they can swipe, and an action pops up to save to Pocket. Considered a work in progress by the company due to Android Wear's SDK still in Developer Preview, a release date is not yet available.

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Briefly: Virgin Atlantic uses Google Glass, OneDrive to offer storage

02/10, 10:05pm

Virgin Atlantic to provide concierge staff Google Glass, Sony smartwatch devices

Virgin Atlantic airline has announced its introduction of wearable technology amongst its Upper Class Wing concierge staff. Using either Google Glass or Sony Smartwatch technology, staff will be able to facilitate a thorough check-in process, providing up-to-the-minute flight information, weather, local events information, and language translation, and more. The gear will be equipped with a dispatch app built by air transport IT company SITA, which will manage all task allocation and concierge availability. The app pushes individual passenger information directly to the assigned concierge's smart glasses or watch just as the passenger arrives at the Upper Class Wing, using facial recognition. The integration of wearable technology is initially set to be a six-week pilot program.

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NYT: Samsung Unpacked to include Galaxy S5, updated Galaxy Gear

02/05, 3:19pm

Unpacked event to be restrained launch compared to Galaxy S4

Samsung's "Unpacked 2014 Episode 1" event at Mobile World Congress will not only host the launch of the Galaxy S5 smartphone, but also a new Galaxy Gear, claims a report. Sources of the New York Times claim that the event will be a "relatively low-key" affair when compared to the singing and dancing used for the launch of the Galaxy S4 at New York's Radio City Music Hall last March.

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Samsung teases new wearable device for 2014, possible CES unveil

01/04, 2:37pm

Galaxy Band, other wearable be in the offing

Samsung may be preparing to reveal yet another wearable computing device in the near future, as Samsung UK hinted this week that such a device was in the offing. A post on the Samsung UK Twitter feed teased the unveiling of a new Samsung device, and the presence of the Galaxy Gear smartwatch in that post has observers speculating that Samsung's next big unveil may be another entry in its nascent line of wearable tech. Some speculate that Samsung could show off a new wrist-mounted device as soon as next week's Consumer Electronics Show.

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Corning to make Gorilla Glass for curved devices

01/03, 10:53pm

Announcement fuels speculation around Apple's rumored 'iWatch'

Glass manufacturer Corning has announced that it has adapted its popular "Gorilla Glass" strengthened glass variation to work with curved and other "3D" shapes, clearing the way for the product to be used with existing and future devices that rely on curved surfaces, such as smartwatches, eyeglasses and other "wearable tech." Corning's relationship with Apple -- Gorilla Glass is used in all of its mobile products -- has fuelled further speculation on Apple's alleged "iWatch."

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Archos reveals home automation, wearable devices for CES 2014

12/30, 2:13pm

Smart Home Tablet to act as central location for connected device interaction

Archos has outlined the range of devices it is preparing for CES next week, including a number of wearable items and some destined for use in the home. A smartwatch and a fitness tracker will be accompanied by a set of "connected objects" centered around home automation, and a separate 7-inch "Home Gateway" Android tablet that will act as a central hub for the collection.

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Samsung patent shows Galaxy Gear-like device with flexible screen

12/26, 1:53am

Gear successor may be sleeker with flexible screen

A patent filing revealed last week shows that a future successor to Samsung's ill-received Galaxy Gear smartwatch may sport a sleeker design with a flexible display. Dutch site Galaxy Club pointed out the USPTO filing, which shows off a device much slimmer than Samsung's much-hyped smartwatch. The device described in the patent filing could, in fact, be related to the rumored Galaxy Band device that Samsung is said to be preparing.

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Briefly: Samsung updates Galaxy Gear, Sony rolls out Android 4.3

12/23, 2:31pm

Samsung updates notifications on Galaxy Gear for Twitter, Facebook, Gmail

Samsung has issued an update for the Galaxy Gear smartwatch, improving the notifications on the device. Messages and tweets from Gmail, Twitter, Google Hangouts, and Facebook Messenger can now be partially read on the wristwear, reports Pocket-Lint, with changes to Smart Relay making the switch between viewing information on the watch and a smartphone easier. The lift-and-pause gesture for activating the clock has also been improved.

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Former Siri Chief said to plot Samsung Galaxy Band wearable device

12/20, 3:31pm

Siri engineering head now at Samsung for wearables

Samsung will release a follow-up to its ill-received Galaxy Gear smartwatch, one that will expand the company's nascent line of wearable devices instead of replacing the Gear. The new device, according to Digital Daily, would be dubbed the Galaxy Band, and it would have a notably different focus than the Gear. Leading the development of this new device would be Luc Julia, a former software engineer for Apple's Siri, who jumped ship to Samsung earlier this year.

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Apple partner Foxconn starts fund to invest in wearable tech

12/11, 5:32pm

Foxconn putting $6.8 million into wearable tech

Foxconn – also known as Hon Hai, assembler of Apple's iPhones and iPads – is looking to capitalize on the anticipated boom in wearable tech by starting an investment fund to finance nascent companies working in the segment. Sources familiar with the project told Bloomberg this week that Syntrend Creative Park Co., a Foxconn unit, will administer the NT$200 million ($6.8 million) fund aimed at giving the firm a hand in the development of wearable devices in the vein of Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch, the Google Glass eyewear computer, and the suspected Apple iWatch. The move is the latest by Foxconn to diversify its operations to handle more things than the construction of iOS devices for its most lucrative partner.

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ZTE's 2014 smartwatch will work only with ZTE phones

11/25, 2:21pm

Chinese manufacturer's smartwatch will be limited

ZTE's own forthcoming smartwatch device will only work with ZTE smartphones when it launches early next year, according to a new report from The Wall Street Journal. The Chinese smartphone maker already confirmed that it has smartwatch devices in the works for the second quarter of 2014, but this new word is the first that those devices will be limited in their smartphone compatibility. The limitations on device compatibility may help to ensure a larger feature set for ZTE's devices, but it will also almost certainly limit their attractiveness in the consumer electronics market.

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Briefly: eBay Now's free delivery, The Rock smartwatch pre-launch

11/25, 1:30pm

eBay Now's same-day delivery service free until Christmas Eve

Auction site eBay announced today that its local shopping and delivery service, eBay Now, is offering free delivery from now until Christmas Eve on orders more than $25. The eBay Now service is available for customers in San Francisco and the Bay Area, San Jose, parts of New York City and Chicago for delivery of local products within an hour of ordering online.

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Review: Samsung's Galaxy Gear smartwatch

11/13, 6:52pm

A smartwatch unstuck in time

If the tech analysts and manufacturers are to be believed, we sit on the cusp of a boon in wearable technology. With its Galaxy Gear smartwatch, Samsung has tried to get the jump on its competitors -- pushing out a powerful, feature-heavy smartphone companion while other devices focus on displaying notifications and showing what time it is. The Galaxy Gear has had a rough debut, but does the truth of the device lie somewhere between Samsung's marketing speak and the tech press' takes on it? Find out in our in-depth review.

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Mini review: Sony SmartWatch 2

11/07, 6:21am

Sony SmartWatch 2, better made, more functional, faster

Sony started experimenting with Android smartwatches in 2012, sometime before there was any real hype about the concept. After giving the original Sony SmartWatch an update in earlier this year that extended its functionality considerably, Sony has now released its SmartWatch 2. The new device is much more substantial in its fit, finish, choice of materials and build quality bringing a new level of all-round refinement to the experience. So is it worth the trouble of owning yet another device that you have to charge?

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Nokia patent, video show multi-screen 'Facet' smartwatch prototype

10/17, 12:55pm

Prototype integrates six displays

Nokia recently submitted a patent filing for a smartwatch concept that features modular display components. The application describes a wearable device with up to six displays, each capable of showing separate content as the band is rotated around the wrist.

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Adidas reveals smartwatch designed for runners with GPS, heart monitor

10/16, 2:19pm

Fitness smartwatch designed as standalone device, tracks workouts

Adidas has introduced a new smartwatch that it says is designed for runners. The watch, announced just one day after Nike revealed its updated FuelBand SE, is a standalone device that includes an integrated GPS and heart rate sensor, which it combines with movement sensors to monitor the wearer's training session.

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Sony ships Xperia Z Ultra, Xperia Z1, SmartWatch 2 in United States

10/15, 10:34am

Smartphones, smart watch sold off-contract, unlocked from Sony directly

Sony has put two new Xperia smartphones and an upgraded smart watch on sale in the United States, off-contract. The unlocked Xperia Z Ultra LTE and Xperia Z1 have gone on sale through the company's online store, and are accompanied by the follow-up to the SmartWatch, the SmartWatch 2, which also goes on sale today.

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Qualcomm enters smartwatch fray with Toq wearable device

09/04, 3:31pm

Toq compatible with Android 4.0.2 and up, available later in 2013

Qualcomm Connected Experiences, a division of Qualcomm, today announced that it will release a smartwatch sometime in the fourth quarter of 2013. Designed to serve as a second display to a smartphone, the Qualcomm Toq ('talk') smartwatch will feature the new Qualcomm Mirasol display technology, a reflective, low-power display that enables an always-on viewing experience, wireless charging by Qualcomm WiPower LE technology, and stereo Bluetooth audio, all while offering its wearer long battery life with seamless connectivity to their smartphone.

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Casio CEO: 'We're prepared' for Apple, Samsung smartwatches

09/02, 12:28am

Casio chief says company ready for smartwatch revolution

The chief executive of Casio says his company is already prepared to face new competition in the watch sector from tech giants like Apple and Samsung. Speaking with The New York Times, Kazuo Kashio proclaimed that his company has long known the value of the wrist with regard to wearable computing, and that it has been preparing accordingly. Casio has already introduced devices that integrate a number of mobile technologies.

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Galaxy Gear prototype shows up in new pictures

09/01, 2:37pm

Galaxy Gear gets tipped before Sept. 4 reveal

Ahead of a confirmed September 4 unveiling new images have emerged on the Internet showing off a prototype Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch. VentureBeat got a look at the prototype device, which it says had been shipped out to developers and a few select partners. Samsung, reportedly, will make a big push at positioning Galaxy Gear as a fitness companion.

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Screenshot leak shows Samsung Galaxy Gear to have 'lost watch' feature

08/30, 7:26am

Gear Manager app to change watch face, app settings on Galaxy Gear

The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch will pair with a smartphone over NFC, according to newly-leaked screenshots. Images said to be from the Samsung Gear Manager app show that the Galaxy Gear will initially pair quickly over NFC, with further connections between phone and watch to take place over its low-power Bluetooth 4.0 radio.

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Samsung executive confirms Galaxy Gear smartwatch launch next month

08/27, 12:20pm

Smartwatch to be revealed at same time as Galaxy Note III

An executive at Samsung has confirmed that its smartwatch will be launching at its September 4th event at IFA, alongside the Galaxy Note III. Mobile business executive vice president Lee Young-hee said that Samsung will "be introducing a new wearable concept device called Galaxy Gear" at the event, though initial reports of a flexible screen are apparently incorrect.

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Omate TrueSmart smartwatch Kickstarter smashes goal in opening days

08/23, 7:45am

Crowdfunded smartwatch touts built-in 3G data connection, 5MP camera

Another smartwatch has taken crowdfunding platform Kickstarter by storm, beating its initial $100,000 funding request within its opening days. The Omate TrueSmart is billed as a "truly standalone water-resistant smartwatch" that is able to work independently of smartphones, thanks to its built-in 3G connection.

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LG executive hints at tablet, phablet, flexible smartwatch plans

08/21, 7:58am

New tablet, phablets from LG due by end of 2013

LG will be releasing a tablet by the end of this year, according to a company executive. Dimitar Valev, mobile communications head at LG Bulgaria, also revealed that it will also launch a new phablet later this year, as well as hinting at what to expect from the company in terms of smart watches, bendable displays, and Firefox OS devices next year.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear watch specs leak out, may be Samsung-only

08/20, 7:15am

Samsung Galaxy Gear, dual-core 2.5-inch display, for Galaxy phones-only

The Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch expected to be unveiled on September for ahead of IFA Berlin has had its specifications leak out. According to Gigaom, the device will sport a multitouch 2.5-inch 320x320 OLED display and be powered by a dual-core processor clocked as high as 1.5GHz. Like the rumored Apple iWatch, the Samsung Galaxy Gear will also include health sensors designed to tie in to the health-based apps that feature on the Galaxy S4.

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Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch reportedly set for September 4th launch

08/15, 6:35am

Report claims Galaxy Gear reveal occurring on same day as Galaxy Note 3 launches

Samsung is going to launch its long-rumored smartwatch at its Unpacked 2013 Episode 2 event on September 4th, according to a report. The smartwatch, named the Samsung Galaxy Gear according to recent trademark filings, could end up sharing the company stage at the IFA event in Germany with the expected Galaxy Note 3.

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Hyetis Crossbow $1,200 smartwatch revealed with 41MP camera

08/14, 7:21am

Touchscreen, ring flash touted for titanium smart timepiece

Hyetis has revealed a new Swiss-made smartwatch that the company will be opening up to pre-orders in the future. The Hyetis Crossbow boasts a 41-megapixel camera with a ring flash located on the top edge, contained in a titanium case with a sapphire crystal-fronted touchscreen, yet retains an automatic wound movement to keep time once the batteries run out.

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Samsung smartwatch render using patent application surfaces

08/08, 5:59am

Samsung smartwatch patent turned into render

The team at Voucher Codes Pro has engaged a graphic designer to mock up renders of what a recently filed Samsung smartwatch design patent would look like in the flesh. If the device, rumored to be called the Samsung Gear, reaches the market in this form it could be a runaway hit. Samsung has been developing flexible AMOLED technology, which it has dubbed Samsung Youm, for a number of years, but has yet to ship a product it. A wristwatch could be the most practical way of bringing the tech to a shipping device.

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New Samsung trademark filing names rumored smartwatch as Galaxy Gear

08/06, 6:29am

Second 'Gear' filing narrows focus to smartwatches, confirms name

Samsung may be bringing its long-rumored smartwatch under its Galaxy branding, according to a new trademark filing. Following on from an earlier trademark registration filed in late June of this year for the "Samsung Gear," the company has opted to file another registration, but this time for "Samsung Galaxy Gear."

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Samsung smart watch said to be confirmed, model number revealed

07/28, 7:30pm

Samsung smart watch said to have model number SM-V700

Samsung has already confirmed that it is working on a smart watch design for release some time in the near future, and now the device's model number has apparently leaked to the media. The model number SM-V700 showed up on Saturday on Zauba, showing a supposed device that is billed as a "Samsung mobile accessory (for R&D purpose)." The leak has no information on when the device might become available.

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Sony SmartWatch 2 confirmed for September 9 launch

07/16, 7:32am

Sony SmartWatch 2 coming September 9, packs NFC, larger display

The Sony SmartWatch 2 has been confirmed for a September 9 launch after some confusion that it might have been due for a July 15 launch. When it was revealed in June, Sony informed the press that the device would reach customers in September and it appears the company will meet its launch window. While Sony is on to its second-generation smartwatch, Apples rumoured smartwatch appears as though it wont reach the market until late 2014 as the company grapples with the technology that it plans to pack into the device.

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Microsoft said to be working on own smartwatch with LTE connectivity

07/15, 3:23pm

Smartwatch being prototyped by Surface team, using translucent aluminum

The team behind the Microsoft Surface are working on a smartwatch for the company, according to reports. The wrist-based device, surfacing in rumors back in April, is apparently being prototyped by the team, which could end up adding Microsoft to an ever-increasing list of companies that are manufacturing smartwatches.

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Apple may face obstacles with 'iWatch' trademark in US, UK, China

07/04, 9:00pm

Name is trademarked, in some cases already associated with shipping products

After reports of Apple's trademarking of the term "iWatch" in a number of countries, it has been discovered that the name has already been trademarked for some time in the US, the UK and, in what could be a troubling development, China. In fact, China has previously trademarked both the term "iWatch" and "iWatching," reports Chinese news journal Sina Tech. In the US, a company that was trying to raise funds to manufacture a smartwatch (but was unsuccessful) already trademarked the name, while the UK trademark is used for a monitoring smartphone app.

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Dell looking into wearable computing, tablet future, claims executive

07/04, 7:38pm

Dell exploring possible smart watch, wearable devices

Dell may be looking towards moving into wearable computing, as the company continues to struggle against receding computer shipment figures. Global vice president of personal computing Sam Burd said that the PC producer is "exploring areas in that space," which could see Dell go against other major manufacturers in an emerging product market.

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Samsung registers 'Samsung Gear' trademark, possible smartwatch brand?

07/03, 1:03pm

Trademark filing mentions watches, clocks that communicate with other devices

Samsung may have decided on a name for its smartwatch brand. A trademark filing with the United States Patent and Trademark Office placed on June 27th this year lists the trademark "Samsung Gear," with the potential name accompanied by a substantial list of electronics and software-based goods and services it could be applied to.

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Pebble smartwatch heading to Best Buy stores, on sale July 7

07/02, 2:39pm

Jet Black Pebble on sale at first, others to follow after Kickstarter orders completed

The Pebble smartwatch will be hitting retail for the first time this weekend, allowing potential owners to pick up the device without waiting months for a pre-order to be fulfilled. The Kickstarter-funded watch will be appearing at Best Buy through an "exclusive retail launch partnership" with the retailer, with stores receiving stock of the watches for sale on Sunday, July 7.

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Sony reveals SmartWatch 2 with larger, higher-resolution screen, NFC

06/25, 6:04am

Sony SmartWatch 2 can pair with smartphone using one-touch NFC

Sony has revealed it is making a second wearable computing device, something the company teased at the end of last week. The Sony SmartWatch 2 offers a larger 1.6-inch, 220x176-resolution touchscreen display compared to an earlier version of the watch, and this time adds a casing that's declared to be both dust and water resistant to an IP57 rating.

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Sony teases possible SmartWatch update at Mobile Asia Expo next week

06/21, 12:14pm

Sony Xperia Twitter account hints at SmartWatch update

Sony may be making an upgrade to its SmartWatch in the future, after the company made a number of hints on its Twitter account. Posts also mention the Mobile Asia Expo in Shanghai, which starts on Wednesday next week, which suggests it will be the venue of some sort of reveal, though it is not clear if it will be a brand new product or an update.

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Briefly: E Ink e-paper smartwatch display, Eye-Fi for smartphones

06/04, 5:26am

E Ink creates 1.73-inch display for smartwatches, launches in Sonostar Smartwatch

E Ink, a manufacturer of monochrome displays, has announced it is creating a 1.73-inch e-paper screen for use with smartwatches. Offering 16 shades of greyscale, a resolution of 320x240, and low power requirements, Slashgear reports that the display will be surfacing in the Sonostar Smartwatch, due to be shown later this week at Computex.

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Briefly: Pebble UI changes in update, EE starts 30-day SIM-only plans

05/30, 4:14am

Pebble smartwatch firmware update adds multiple notifications, watchface

The Pebble smartwatch has received a firmware update, introducing more changes to the user interface. Notifications have been updated to allow for multiple items to be viewed, the UI for setting the time has been reworked, and the wearer's current speed in the RunKeeper app can now be viewed from the Pebble display. The minimalist Simplicity watchface has been added as an option instead of the Fuzzy Time watchface, which has now been transitioned to the watchapp library, according to the version 1.11 firmware release notes.

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Pebble gains $15M funding, updates SDK with two-way communication

05/16, 2:48pm

Smartwatch able to communicate back to smartphones

Pebble, the smartwatch that started life on Kickstarter, has received an extra $15 million in funding. The additional funding from investors, on top of the $10.2 million received through its Kickstarter campaign, comes at the same time as the company updates its SDK to include two-way communication for third-party Pebble apps.

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WSJ: Microsoft working with suppliers on touch-enabled smartwatch

04/15, 1:48am

Software giant's move into hardware may continue

Microsoft is the latest tech giant said to be working on designs for a smartwatch. Sources tell The Wall Street Journal that the Redmond-based company has been working with suppliers in Asia to acquire components for a wearable computing device, though the likelihood of such a device's release is uncertain. Should a Microsoft smartwatch emerge, it might find competition from similarly rumored devices from Apple and Google, as well as a confirmed device from Samsung.

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Briefly: Pebble smartwatch firmware, Novatel MiFi 2 on Bell

03/27, 7:08am

Pebble firmware update fixes showstopping bug

Kickstarter-funded smartwatch Pebble has received an update to fix a showstopping bug. The new 1.9.1 firmware came into being following reports received by Engadget of users finding their timepieces stopped working after shutting down, and is said to fix the issue. Customers with watches on older firmware that do not switch back on can request for a replacement through e-mail or the companion Pebble app.

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Hands on: Sony SmartWatch software update

03/24, 7:31am

Sony SmartWatch points the way to the future

Sony released a major update for its year old Smartwatch over the past week and Electronista has spent some quality time with it over the past few days. With the hype starting to grow around possible smartwatch releases by Apple, Samsung, LG and Google this year, the Sony SmartWatch is a good yardstick for what we might expect. However, unlike rumors circulating regarding the smartphone-independent capabilities of the next-generation of smartwatches, Sonys SmartWatch relies entirely on a companion smartphone to function.

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Briefly: LG smartwatch in development, Asus teases metal box

03/23, 8:02am

Report claims LG joining race to develop smartwatch

LG is building their own smartwatch, according to reports. A source of the Korea Times claims the South Korean electronics manufacturer was developing such a device, though did not reveal if it would operate under Android, Firefox OS, or another operating system. The report follows other claims that Apple, Google, and Samsung are working on their own versions, in order to catch up with the Kickstarter-funded Pebble and the Sony SmartWatch.

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Rumor: Google's Android team creating smartwatch

03/22, 9:49am

Google latest company linked to intelligent wrist-based devices

Google is exploring the possibility of building its own smartwatch, according to reports. The device is allegedly being created by the company's Android division, instead of the X Lab where Glass was created, and follows news of other companies creating their own smartwatch devices, such as Samsung and Apple.

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Sony SmartWatch gets major update

03/20, 5:32am

New Sony SmartWatch update brings new watch faces, other tweaks

Sony has given its SmartWatch the first major software update since its release. The device reached US shores nearly one year ago in April of 2012, during which time it has received one of two minor software revisions. The new update brings with it six new watch faces as well as other tweaks, arriving at a time where there is renewed interest in smartwatches thanks to reports that both Apple and Samsung are working hard to bring their own devices to market.

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Samsung racing Apple to be first to market with smartwatch

03/19, 6:48am

Samsung exec admits smartwatch deep in development

Samsung is racing to get its smartwatch to market ahead of the anticipated equivalent device from Apple, reports Bloomberg. According to the executive vice president of Samsungs mobile business, Lee Young Hee, the Korean company has been working on the device for some time and is working hard to get it out the door. Smartwatches, along with wearable devices generally, are considered by some observers to be the next major growth segment in the mobile space and both Samsung and Apple are keen to tap into as soon as possible.

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Pebble teardown deems smartwatch unrepairable, long-lasting

03/13, 9:39am

Adhesive for waterproofing partly to blame

A teardown of the Pebble smartwatch found it to be a fairly unrepairable device, though its expected longevity is a saving grace. The team at iFixit declined to give the Pebble a repairability score due to its uniqueness, but did praise the combination of its low-power e-paper display and weekly charging cycle, which gives the non-replaceable battery a lifespan of between six and ten years.

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