New Moto 360 still missing piece of screen
Published in Wearables


But Motorola wants $349 to $399 

The first Moto 360 watch was a really desirable design. It was the first round Android Wear but it came with quite a few flaws. The new Moto 360 2015 is still missing a piece of screen but at least it has a better Snadragon 400 SoC powering it. 

Smart wearable helps you track your kids
Published in Wearables


MediaTek LinkIt ONE solution in action

MediaTek Labs LinkIt ONE is a comprehensive developer board and we saw some real-world applications that are already available. 

HTC Grip smartband announced
Published in Wearables


Under Armor cooperation, $199

HTC has announced its first wearable, and it is not a smartwatch. The device is called HTC Grip and as you can imagine it is a smartband. 

Cupertino to talk Apple Watch on March 9th
Published in Wearables


Apple Watch birthday

Apple is going to change the wearable landscape forever at its upcoming event, scheduled for March 9th 2015. 

Under Armour buys fitness apps for $0.56 billion
Published in Wearables


Snapped MyFitnessPal for $475m and Endomondo $85m 

The Internet of Things, or IoT in geek parlance, is a big deal. Intel hopes to buy and craft its way into this niche, as it missed the smartphone trend. 

SWYP aims to replace credit cards
Published in Wearables


One card to replace them all

The western hemisphere faces with a constant first-world problem of having too many plastic cards. 



Smartwatches still not that popular

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€299 and €199, early listings suggest



Bumps to 1.02 version



Two hardware platforms for wearables