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Misfit is announcing the Misfit Vapor X, its first smartwatch powered by the Snapdragon Wear 3100 platform. Read all about it!
A few of the big Android 8.0 features are coming to the smartwatch platform on just about a few dozen devices. Some devices have already received it.
Misfit Vapor pre-orders are finally open for a lucky few prospective buyers in the US, with shipments underway on October 31.
The US-based Fossil Group continues to flood the smartwatch market with fitness-first Android Wear 2.0 devices like the Diesel On Full Guard.
There aren't many half-decent wearable devices around quite as affordable as the $60 Misfit Flare, capable of monitoring sleep, steps and distance.
Fossil sells many kinds of products under many names, and 300+ new wearable devices are in the pipeline, mixing fashion and technology.
Android Wear 2.0 is such a popular choice for smartwatch manufacturers these days that the original Misfit Vapor plan has been revised.
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 LG G6 will be friendless and T-Mobile will be even more carrier-less(?) soon. Plus, Pocketnow talks with the makers of a subwoofer bracelet.
Low-cost, low-key fitness trackers have helped Misfit score Fossil ownership, but the company is now moving up in the wearable world with the Misfit Vapor.
Measuring tapes have done us well for a good, long time. But the creators of Misfit have decided to team up with a design firm to make a measuring pen.
The Misfit Phase is not a full-fledged smartwatch or a specialized fitness tracker. It's a bit of both, and looks just like a regular timepiece.
We get with it with Withings, hang around Huawei, pity Samsung and Galaxy Note 7 owners and talk a whole bunch about buses in Berlin on our Weekly podcast!
A novel blend of simple technology, LONG battery life, and a discreet jewelry-like design. Here's our Misfit Shine 2 and Ray Fitness Trackers Quick Look!
The Fossil Q Motion is a fairly attractive new affordable smart band with sleep-tracking features, though it resembles the Misfit Ray a tad too much.
The Misfit Ray is a minimalistic new activity tracker priced at $100, with Android and iOS support, a cylindrical design, and 3-axis accelerometer.
Today's news of the Fossil Misfit acquisition makes it clear that the watchmaker is serious about the connected wearables game.
The wearable tech category has seen some intense stratification in its infancy. From Fitbits to Android Wear, the Runcible (when will that ever come?) to Neptune, we’ve seen plenty of cross-streaming between exercise and communication orientations. Some have tried to do both in spectacular fashion. Others have taken a simpler tack. But now, instead of an “in-between,” we have a category offshoot.
Misfit is debuting the Shine 2, a fitness and sleep monitor that retains some of the wristwatch tropes, throws on some whimsy and changes your home at the flick of the [...]
Pebble has announced a collaboration with Misfit on a watchapp for the service. This new Misfit watchapp is fitness-centric, and we go over all it can do.