Microsoft Is Working On Its Own Smartwatch For Release Later This Year That Will Be Able To Connect To All Kinds Of Smartphones

Microsoft Is Working On Its Own Smartwatch For Release Later This Year That Will Be Able To Connect To All Kinds Of Smartphones

Of the three major players in the mobile device market – Google, Apple and Microsoft – we've seen smartwatches from two of them. Now, Microsoft seems to be getting in the game with a smartwatch that will sport a two-day battery life and connectivity with iPhones, Androids and Windows Phones alike, Forbes reported.

by Connor Sears

Secret Agent Watchface

Smartwatches Are Already Letting You Become More Like James Bond With This New GoldenEye Watch Face

It's official: Give a man a dev kit, and he'll make some pretty nerdy stuff.

by Connor Sears

iPhone

The iWatch Is Likely To Run Third-Party Apps, And We Might Even Get To See Some At Tomorrow's Apple Event

Like the iOS devices that came before it, Apple's upcoming wearable will run third-party applications and may even get its own version of the App Store, 9to5Mac reported.

by Connor Sears

iwatch

Will Apple's Rumored Wearable Actually Be A Smartwatch?

A select few Apple lovers are already lining up outside the company's flagship NYC store, waiting for their chance to be among the first to touch an iPhone 6, which the company will supposedly reveal on September 9 at a big press event in San Francisco. However, many are expecting CEO Tim Cook to pull a classic Steve Jobs "One more thing..." moment and introduce the world to Apple's first wearable, the iWatch.

by Barry Eitel

ZenWatch

The ASUS ZenWatch Does Even More When It's Paired With An ASUS Smartphone

In these days before the IFA consumer electronics convention in Berlin, tech companies will be unveiling all sorts of new gadgets and phones. Smartwatches are set to make a big appearance at the convention as the next big thing in the gadget market, and ASUS is joining the party with its new ZenWatch.

by Connor Sears

invite

Apple Announces Launch Event for September 9

Hey, Apple fanatics--mark September 9 on your calendars. Apple has officially sent out invites for a press event on that date. The tech press has known for a while that the Cupertino company was planning an event for that day, which is, presumably, when CEO Tim Cook will introduce the world to the iPhone 6--or, more likely, multiple iPhone 6 models.

by Barry Eitel

Samsung Gear S

New Smartwatch from Samsung Takes Calls From Your Wrist Without A Connected Phone

Samsung announced a new smartwatch today, one that's meant to be a major improvement from any of its other wearables. The Gear S smartwatch includes 3G connectivity, which means you can use it independently of your Samsung smartphone.

by Barry Eitel

ASUS Smartwatch Teaser

ASUS Throws Its Own Hat Into The Smartwatch Combat Arena That Will Be IFA 2014

Just in case you still haven't had your fill of new products following this year's break in the smartwatch levee, ASUS has been teasing design images of its contender in the smartwatch market ahead of it's IFA reveal.

by Connor Sears

Moto 360

Sneak A Peak At The Specs Of Motorola's Upcoming Smartwatch Courtesy Of Best Buy

Motorola is likely to show off its upcoming Moto 360 smartwatch at a press event on September 4, but you can get an early taste of what this watch has in store thanks to a premature product page on the Best Buy website.

by Connor Sears

Google I/O Moto 360

Android Wear Revealed at I/O: Samsung, LG, and Motorola Debut Smartwatches Running the New Software

Google's I/O conference today was full of software and hardware reveals, including the debut of Android Wear. We got a look at the new OS, as well as the first round smartwatch face from Motorola.

by Matthew Buzzi

Samsung Smartwatches

Samsung Smartwatch Running Android Wear To Be Unveiled At Google I/O According To Report

Reports of a new Samsung wearable have surfaced, suggesting that an Android Wear smartwatch will be unveiled at Google I/O.

by Matthew Buzzi

Samsung Smartwatches

New Samsung Smartwatch That Does Not Require Paired Smartphone Could be Coming Soon

Samsung is ahead of its competitors in terms of releasing smartwatch products, even if the sales haven't be wildly successful. Another wearable wrist device is reportedly set for a near reveal, one that would stand alone from any smartphone and come with a SIM card.

by Matthew Buzzi

iWatch

Microsoft Developing A Touch-Enabled Smartwatch [RUMOR]

Microsoft is working on designs for a touch-enabled watch device. Are we in the middle of a smartwatch race?

by Binu Paul

Pebble Screen (Broken)

Pebble Smartwatch Doesn't Like to be Cracked

Don't try and look at the Pebble Smartwatch's insides if you ever want to use it, or play games on it, again.

by Michael Epstein

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