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Samsung announced that its Galaxy Fit fitness tracker, announced in February, is now available ofr purchase in the United States.
And the fact that Fossil smartwatches are going to be towing the rest of the luxury goods business that is the Fossil Group is worrying investors.
The update won't just bring stock Wear 2.0 improvements to the Polar M600, but it also has new languages and a new fitness tracking metric.
Intel's Basis brand is getting a cool-off period after every watch was recalled. Third-party partnerships will apparently be the way to go.
It has no display, works with your phone through gestures, but can provide you with up to a month's worth of activity tracking. And it has leather straps.
The RunIQ is an Android Wear watch with integrated GPS and 5 ATM water resistance. The PaceIQ is a set of wireless headphones.
Fitbit has been on a good streak, but is worried about product engagement. Pebble has great engagement, but no money. Will it be a match?
The Basis software platform is shutting down, which effectively makes every fitness tracker out there useless. That includes the Basis B1.
What to do with these photos of a Microsoft Band 3 that isn't on the immediate horizon, to put it generously? Think about a future for Windows on wearables.
It also has a circular black-and-white LCD, swim-grade water resistance and a whole lot more. And it is $200 cheaper than the M600.
Xiaomi has crowdfunded a smartwatch (an honest to god smartwatch) with a strong focus on fitness, a screen and GPS, and a tiny price tag.
It is, indeed, a mix between a smarter device and a more traditional timepiece. Meizu's going to the Chinese crowdfunding market for the Mix.
The fitness bandsmaker right up there with Fitbit and (ahem) Apple is not doing too well on the streets nor on the balance sheets, say some insiders.
Who knew six LEDs could accurately scan your heart rate? That's the claim Finnish fitness tech company Polar is making, anyways, for its new M600 watch.
Sprint and T-Mobile may offer Samsung's latest fitness wearable for free along with your purchase of its latest phablet. Other sellers may, too.
watchOS is getting a bump up to version 3. It will keep favorite apps in memory, speed up launches, and updates information in the background. More importantly, instead of the multiple seconds it takes to load an app and update its front-end data, it’s all instant.
The Dock is new to watchOS 3. By pressing the side button, you can fly through recent apps, all of them showing a live screenshot with new data for your quick glance.
Control Center makes a migration from iOS. With a swipe from the bottom, you get a quick look at battery and toggles. Quick reply options [...]
Samsung's latest wearable dedicated to tracking your fitness is ready to go. Its fitness-focused earbuds, the Gear IconX, also are on display.
Sources say Jawbone has sold off its inventory of UP fitness wearables and is looking to sell its Bluetooth speaker business.
Pebble smashed its pledge goal on Kickstarter, but will new watches from this tech darling finder a broader consumer audience?
Coin isn't being bought out by the fitness tracker maker, but some important assets are. The move may get Fitbit into the mobile payments game.
The CEO of Xiaomi-associated Huami told Weibo users that the mass-production process for the Mi Band 2 has driven him crazy.
Tim Cook thinks that people will eventually catch up with the Apple Watch. Fitbit's CEO says that Apple has wearables all wrong.
Samsung's next generation of fitness wearables has just leaked, revealing the Samsung Gear IconX and Gear Fit 2.