Qualcomm’s always-on Toq smartwatch is only two weeks from hitting your wrist.
Samsung is a multibillion company with 425,000 employees and a massive supply chain. Pebble is 40-strong and fueled by $10 million in Kickstarter money.
Samsung was too eager to get the Galaxy Gear to market early, and the result is a product that too few people want and too many people return.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch launched a couple of weeks ago as a fat, ugly, and expensive smartphone accessory that our own Devindra Hardawar called “relentlessly inessential.”
That’s not where Apple is going with iWatch.
Kid-friendly smartwatch Filip finally has its carrier partner — AT&T.
Pebble’s smartwatch was one of the first and most successful Kickstarter campaigns in history. Today founder Eric Migicovsky talked about the state of Pebble, smartwatches, and wearables.
This week at the Frankfurt Motor Show in Germany, Nissan will be unveiling the first smartwatch ever created by a car manufacturer. Nissan’ Nissan Nismo smartwatch will monitor and display key data about you, your car, driving conditions, and your social circle.
Samsung was not too happy with images leaked to the press, but the company ended up getting a huge boost of publicity leading up to the launch — and a nice 3 percent stock price boost.
Hey guys, Qualcomm wants some attention, too. The company announced today that it, also, is launching a smartwatch, despite the huge hype around Samsung’s similar announcement this morning.
It’s been a long time coming, but today Samsung officially announced its Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Editor’s Pick Once segregated, high tech and fashion are beginning to collide.
Even in its unfinished state, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear tells us a lot about where the emerging smartwatch industry is going
Editor’s Pick A source exclusively showed VentureBeat one of the Samsung smartwatch prototypes sent to developers, in advance of the Sept. 5 launch.
Samsung will unveil its Android-running smartwatch in Berlin on September 4, beating Apple to a market that the Cupertino company has been rumored to be pursuing for at least 10 months.
Apple and Samsung are poised to blow up the smartwatch market in the next five years, driving shipments from just one million today to 36 million annually by 2018, a new Juniper Research report says.
While Apple’s smartwatch plans remain shrouded in mystery, we know a lot more about Samsung’s upcoming smartwatch.
The Pebble smartwatch is in high-demand as Kickstarter backers wait to get their units, but it seems the public may be able to buy the device at Best Buy as soon as this weekend.
Meet the Kreyos Meteor: A smartwatch with voice and gesture control. Meteor is a hands-free, two-way communication device that you can wear on your wrist, on your belt, on your bike, or even on a lanyard around your neck.
In all the talk about Apple’s rumored new iWatch, there hasn’t been a lot said about Sony’s already-in-the-market SmartWatch, which runs Android, connects to your smartphone, integrates with Facebook, plays music, display tweets, tells you the weather, and more.
A pretty hefty sum for a company initially shot down by VCs.
It’s likely a design direction for a curved future iPhone, but it’s also possibly a stealth patent filing for an iWatch that makes a little more sense than previously revealed.
With Apple and Samsung reportedly working on next-generation smartwatches, it was only a matter of time until we heard that Google was joining the party as well.
A Samsung vice president has made it clear that the company is developing an upcoming watch product, which will likely compete with Apple’s heavily rumored “iWatch” smart watch.
Long before the iPhone changed how we think of cellphones, Nokia was dabbling in even more radical cellphone concepts.
Rumors of Apple developing a smartwatch, cheekily dubbed the “iWatch” by gadget geeks, aren’t dying off anytime soon.
The much-hyped Pebble smartwatch started shipping yesterday, but the smartphone apps that help the watch really tick hadn’t been approved yet. Thankfully, the apps for iPhone and Android are now available.
As promised during CES, Pebble has begun shipping its long-awaited smartwatch to Kickstarter backers today.
We take a close look at the Pebble creator’s favorite smartwatch features.
It’s been a long road for the Pebble team, despite some initial success.
The much-delayed Pebble E-Ink smartwatch is almost here.
VCs always have a war story about the one that got away. Time to add the Pebble smartwatch to the list. The creators of the Pebble had some initial success raising $375,000 in angel funding. But when it come to raise a series A, Pebble was roundly rejected by venture capital firms that didn’t want to risk betting on a hardware firm. So the Pebble team put their project on Kickstarter, where they have now raised $4.2 million and counting without giving away any equity in their company.