The Galaxy Gear is a glamorous accessory with many limitations.
The slick, camera-equipped Gear is great news...if you own a brand-new Note 3 or Note 10.1 tablet.
Besides its newly unveiled smartwatch mobile chip vendor Qualcomm is investing in mobile services to help drive demand for its processors, including streaming music with Rhapsody and "microlocation" deals with the Miami Dolphins.
How does the newly unveiled Galaxy Gear from Samsung compare to Sony's SmartWatch 2? We break down the specs.
The tech world's gone gaga for the smartwatch concept, but the real world won't bite until the tech does more than push notifications to your wrist.
Samsung, it seems, doesn't believe in cultivating an air of mystery for its product launches. The Galaxy Note III and long-hinted-at Galaxy Gear smartwatch will both be unveiled just ahead of the IFA Berlin trade show.
Alleged specs for the reported Galaxy Gear smartwatch have leaked, but the most intriguing component of Samsung's wrist-rider is its app store—which isn't Google Play.
Samsung files an application for a U.S. trademark on the name "Samsung Galaxy Gear" for what sounds like a smartwatch.
Our video report on the Wearable Tech Expo highlights a smart posture and movement system and a fitness tracker.
Apple's anticipated iWatch and Google Glass have provoked plenty of headlines, but a recent poll shows that a majority of well-heeled Americans with college degrees wouldn't consider buying or wearing such devices.