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In the second quarter, the global smartwatch market fell 32 percent from the same quarter in 2015, marking the first-ever smartwatch shipment decline.
Today's wearables could look quite different by 2020 as some devices, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, morph into new devices.
The smartwatches, which could carry Nexus nameplates and include integrated support for Google Assistant services, are expected after Google's upcoming smartphones are released.
Slated for release in the fall, the next version of the Apple Watch OS will get improved performance and key ease-of-use improvements.
The Pebble Core is a fitness tracker, music player and GPS tracker that can be used without a smartphone. It will launch in January 2017.
A recent Samsung patent application envisions a tiny projector in a smartwatch that can project a device display image onto anything.
Users can now track a much broader range of their physical activities on their smartwatches using the latest Version 3.12 of the Pebble App.
From smartphone cases that include extra battery power, wireless earbuds for listening to music anywhere and mobile phone chargers that beep to remind you to unplug them from an electrical outlet when traveling, there are plenty of useful and appreciated gift possibilities available to consider...
After some trouble in bringing together the many facets of its hardware business, Google on April 28 hired former Motorola President Rick Osterloh to run a new hardware division. Osterloh has been hired to manage several product lines, including Google's Nexus brand smartphones and the Chromecast...
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