More smartwatch options are coming. ZTE is the latest company to devote resources to such a device and promises that its version will be cheaper than the Samsung Gear.
Samsung was quick to fight back against reports of incredibly poor Galaxy Gear sales today, but if you think about it, the Gear was never going to be a big sales performer.
While Pebble’s focus so far has been on getting its hardware out the door, the real interesting stuff is happening with the device’s software.
Google is close to finishing the development of its first smartwatch — so close that the device could be “ready within months,” a source tells the Wall Street Journal.
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear is like a mirror reflecting Samsung’s own strengths and weaknesses.
In what may be Samsung’s best commercials yet, the company has figured out a way to successfully sell failure.
Editor's Pick The Galaxy Gear isn’t a complete disaster — it’s sort of attractive, sort of innovative, sort of futuristic — but it fails to justify its existence.
If the Galaxy Gear’s bulkiness and lukewarm reception hasn’t scared you off yet, you’ll likely be able to get your hands on one at the beginning of October.
Samsung’s Galaxy Gear may not be the smartwatch that will make regular consumers give a damn about smartwatches, but it’s a notable evolutionary step for wearable computing.
Samsung showed off the Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear smartwatch at a big press event at the IFA conference in Berlin today. Below, check out our live blog of the event, which I covered from a remote press viewing event in New York City.
Google may have acquired Android-based smartwatch software company WIMM Labs.
Guest Post For all the hype, smartwatches as we’re thinking of them will likely fail.
A trademark filing released today for Samsung’s upcoming “Galaxy Gear” product provides new information about the company’s plans to produce a smartwatch gadget.
The “iWatch” moniker, made up by the tech world for Apple’s rumored smartwatch, is getting a dose of legitimacy.
Sony’s making another go at the smartwatch market, but so far, the effort looks like it’s merely an incremental upgrade over its attempt last year.
Intel CTO confirms the company is working on “novel display devices” in a conversation about smartwatches.
We’re only four months into 2013, and yet it already seems clear that this is going to be the year of rampant smartwatch speculation.
The Pebble smartwatch is one timepiece you shouldn’t expect to pass onto your grandkids.
How do you successfully leak a story? The recent spat of Apple iWatch news could be a solid lesson.
The 10 coolest things from this year’s CES.