With a low-impact price and quiet aesthetics, Glance might be a solid option for people who don't want to give up their favorite wrist wear.
There's no reason to release a smartwatch in a wearables market fraught with bad press, broken hardware and consumer ambivalence. So let's give this a few more months.
In Episode 3 of his weekly video segment, Jon Phillips digs into Samsung's Simband, Fitbit's market share, and the heartbreaking disappointment of augmented reality smartglasses.
Because if Samsung, Google and Apple are going to have smartwatch platforms, then Microsoft must have one too.
Tired of waiting for Android Wear devices to hit store shelves? Us too. Check out these notification images in the meantime.
Some executive in South Korea apparently won't rest until his Dick Tracy dream is realized.
Welcome to Episode 1 of our new video series. It’s time for honest talk about a hardware revolution that filled with so much promise -- and hype.
It's a busy season for LG as the company announces three new tablets just weeks before it is expected to unveil its latest flagship smartphone and its first Android Wear device.
You'll never find a touch keyboard on a wrist-worn wearable, so voice texting is the next best thing.
That converts to about $275, keeping one of the world's most anticipated smartwatches in pricey territory—unless LG adjusts its "barrier to entry" for the U.S. market.