Google to Launch Two ‘Nexus’ Smartwatches Early Next Year

Putting an end to the ongoing rumours, Google has finally confirmed that it will be launching two new...

Google announces official cellular support for Android Wear

Following the launch of LG’s LTE-equipped smartwatch, the Watch Urbane 2nd Edition, Google has made the cellular support...

[In Pictures] LG Watch Urbane Unboxing & First Impressions

This year has been big for a new consumer electronics category – smartwatches – and all the big...

IFA 2015: Motorola Moto 360 (2015) and Moto 360 Sport unveiled

After teasing its next-generation Android Wear-based smartwatch, Motorola has finally announced the Moto 360 (2015) during IFA 2015....

Google starts rolling out Android Wear 5.1.1 update

Google has initiated the roll out of Android Wear 5.1.1 to an array of compatible smartwatches. The company...

Only some Android Wear devices will get Wi-Fi even though all of them have required hardware

Google is bringing a laundry list of features to Android Wear based smartwatches with Android 5.1 Lollipop update....

Wi-Fi and Gesture support are coming to Android Wear in the next update

Android Wear as a platform has been trying to gain popularity but some of its drawbacks have kept...

Canalys Report: Just 720,000 Android Wear devices were sold last year

Smartwatches and wearables seem to be the next big things in consumer electronics, and the most important wearable platforms in...

CES 2015: Sony SmartWatch 3 gets a stainless steel variant, and interchangeable bands

Sony has not announced any new smartphone during the CES 2015, but it has unveiled a new stainless...

IFA 2014: Which smartwatch did you like the most?

At the IFA 2014 event which was held in Berlin, all the big name brands including Samsung, Motorola,...

LG to announce an Android Wear powered smartwatch with a circular display at IFA 2014

LG has released a teaser video for their next smartwatch, the LG G Watch R which will be officially announced...

Google I/O 2014 was all about an attempt to end Android fragmentation

When Android was first showcased, it was an open source operating system designed to compete with Blackberry’s QWERTY smartphones. But its...