by Jules Wang | July 6, 2016 1:06 PM
Have a Windows 10 Mobile phone? Got a dock? Maybe you don't want any of that jazz in order to experience something like Continuum? Well, Neptune has been working on its Suite of products that puts all the important guts in a smartwatch called "the Hub" and broadcasts all the interfacing elements to various screens from phones, tablets and TVs (though that last one needs an HDMI dongle). And yes, it runs Android. We've had doubts that the software for this idea could hold up, though. How much latency can we really get down to without wires? Not much, apparently. The Neptune team has shared ...
by Adam Z. Lein | February 17, 2015 9:01 AM
Last week we got to speak with Simon Tian who showed us some mockups of a new product that's meant to be the next generation of his Neptune Pine Android-powered smartwatch. This isn't based on the Android Wear platform, by the way. We're talking about full Android in a wrist watch. Simon is only about 20 years old and has already seen some success with his Neptune Pine. (Just for some perspective, he was about 5 years old when Pocketnow was launched in the year 2000.) Now he's working on his next project. The Neptune Duo still has a wrist-mounted smartwatch that runs full Android, but now ...
by Stephen Schenck | November 19, 2013 2:54 PM
With mass-market devices like Pebble and Samsung's Galaxy Gear on store shelves (and apparently selling better than we were being informed), the era of the smartwatch has arrived. Sure, most eyes are on Apple to see what it can pull off with the hardware we've been calling the iWatch, but just because the big kids are getting in on the action doesn't mean we're about to see a stop to new players looking to get involved. All the way back in February you might remember us telling you about the Neptune Pine, an ambitious smartwatch that attempted to ditch the need to tether and integrate its ...
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