The Toq is a limited run device designed to get customers confident in Mirasol and wireless recharging, not a sustainable ecosystem.
Samsung initially denies reports that only 50,000 smart watches have been sold, but Korean media doubt the number Samsung is offering.
The first major foray into the smartwatch market has flopped entirely, based on new numbers from Korea.
Qualcomm is promising that the Toq will be available December 2 for $349, but this isn’t a smartwatch to take on the Galaxy Gear.
Rumors about the iWatch have started to circulate once again, the latest being that the smartwatch might be launched next year as LG is apparently close to clinching an OLED display deal with Apple.
Google’s rumored Gem smartwatch may feature heavy Google Now integration.
Reviews say Samsung’s Smartwatch is catastrophically underwhelming, but the company sells it on TV in all kinds of retro cool.
In this day and age, when it’s harder to keep a secret linked to an unannounced mobile product than, say, pass a bill in Congress (and we know very well how hard that is), Google is this close to dropping the second bomb in a matter of less than two months.
There have been countless rumors in the past which peg iWatch release next next. As per a new rumor, Apple will release the iWatch in the second half of 2014 and will price it between $149 – $229.
Hyetis claims that this is the only Swiss-made smartwatch in existence. The manufacturer will soon start pre-orders for this watch at $1,200.
The Galaxy Note III is once again in the news, and the Korean media is now claiming that September 4 is the confirmed date for the phablet’s unveiling, and also for Samsung’s first smartwatch.
Wherever Apple is going, Microsoft wants to tag along. The rumored Apple iWatch has been on many tech enthusiasts’ radars, and, as expected, Microsoft doesn’t want to be left out of the conversation.
Dell is joining the many other companies currently investing into wearable technology, but with Google almost ready to ship, perhaps it’s already too late to join in.
Successful Kickstarter funded campaign Pebble, a Smartwatch, lands exclusive retail deal with Best Buy, to go on sale from 7th July for $150.
Here’s a we-told-you-so development, Apple filed an application for ‘iWatch‘ trademark in Japan. Enough said.
Beijing based start-up GEAK has launched the country’s first Smartwatch, runs on Android 4.1 Jelly Bean.