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The Bluetooth 4.1 specification can connect wearable devices directly to the cloud without a hub.
The fad of wearables-on-the-wrist doesn't resonate with Casio, Seiko and Citizen
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Amble on over to Google's shopping page. Glass is just sitting there, with an "Add to Cart" button like anything else you may buy online.
Watchmaker Casio is known for its G-Shock, a rugged brand of watches that can take a lot of abuse. At the company's R&D center in western Tokyo G-Shocks are put through a series of punishing tests.
It may not be the most talked-about wearable, but the Smartwatch 2 continues to benefit from feature updates and a growing apps ecosystem.
Do we really need to spell this out for you? OK, gather around. We'll make this short.
LG is getting ready to enter the increasingly competitive smartwatch market
The search giant is partnering with hardware vendors to build electronics equipment using its technology
iPhone users can soon have notifications for texts appear in their Glass displays.
Amazon and Google have some work to do to win over Americans if this survey from the Pew Research Center is any indication.
Owners of the famously geeky glasses are invited to a run this weekend.
The company is integrating more services into the unified voice search, starting with Hulu Plus, Crackle, and Showtime.
Google Glass could be useful for tasks like cutting up a car to free a trapped person, the fire department said