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Why Japanese watchmakers have no time for smartwatches

The fad of wearables-on-the-wrist doesn't resonate with Casio, Seiko and Citizen

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Sony updates Smartwatch 2 with new features, clockfaces and wallpapers

It may not be the most talked-about wearable, but the Smartwatch 2 continues to benefit from feature updates and a growing apps ecosystem.

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LG's G Watch will be water resistant and always on

LG is getting ready to enter the increasingly competitive smartwatch market

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Samsung Gear Fit review: A dazzling wrist wearable with serious software deficits

Half activity tracker, half smartwatch, the Gear Fit shows Samsung understands addition by subtraction.Sadly, though, its exercise tracking is inaccurate.

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Heartbleed, gossip, TV shows and WWDC

What we'll see at WWDC, the troubling rise of tech-industry gossip, the Heartbleed security fiasco, and Yahoo and Microsoft become TV networks. With guests Philip Michaels and Serenity Caldwell.

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Rumor: Samsung is developing a smartwatch with an integrated SIM

It might be called the Gear Solo and it might be coming to a carrier near you. Maybe.

on greenbot.com

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Wellograph puts a luxury twist on activity-tracking wristbands (or is it a smartwatch?)

Mixing snazzy materials with an old-school retro design, Wellograph looks like a smartwatch—but its features are all about step counts, heart rates and wellness.

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Pebble lands in Target stores, warns of bad software update

Targets gets white plastic as a limited-time retail exclusive, but no Pebble Steel.

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9 stylish wearables that won't make you look like a high-tech dork

OK, it's not like Gucci is getting into the smartwatch business. But this wearable tech actually adopts a fashion-forward aesthetic.

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Wearables, projectables, Office for iPad, and Oculus

Office comes to iPad, but does it matter? Also, the future of wearables and projectables, and Facebook buys a nice pair of VR glasses.

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