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Fossil to launch an Android Wear watch.

Founded in 1985, Fossil recently announced that they were teaming up with chipmaker Intel, which could mean only one thing. The company was looking into a smartwatch. Well at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF) 2015. it was announced that Fossil will release its first fashion smartwatch, an as-yet-unnamed …

BBC News on your wrist.

The latest update to the BBC Worldwide News app version 3.2 sees the inclusion of Android Wear support, meaning short news snippets will be sent to your wrist. Articles are presented in a RSS style layout, with the ability to swipe horizontally and vertically: go up or down …

MWC – Huawei Launches new range of wearables. UPDATE

That is the Huawei event now done and they have not released a new phone today, but they have released a whole raft of wearable’s including the leaked Huawei Watch. But we will come back to that later first up is the Talkband B2. This is an update …

Moto 360 lands in the UK on O2

Ever since Android Wear hit the news, the Moto 360 has been the device most of us wanted to get our hands on even though the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch were on sale first. In fact many of us purchased one of the other brands …

LG G Watch R announced ahead of IFA

LG helped launch Android Wear with the original G Watch which many people purchased, including myself. This was our first experience with the new platform but the Moto 360 was always the main attraction due to round design. Well LG have decided to join in with the round …

It’s wearables day – Android Wear is go

In Barcelona we saw this, the Samsung Gear Fit. It’s not got “Galaxy” in the title because it’s not powered by Android. Now Google, who generally like world domination, would rather that change, so here’s the “Android Wear” initiative. The full details on what is included (plus an …