Hate ads? Download Brave web browser. Fast, secure, built in ad-blocking.
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.
A smart speaker with a touchscreen from Google may run right up against Amazon's Alexa-powered Echo Show. But what's "Quartz?"
This Android Wear 2.0 watch went for 75 percent off last month on an EIP, but this deal is redeemable either through EIP or outright.
The T-Mobile-exclusive Android Wear 2.0 smartwatch is yours for that cheap if you pay over 24 months and get cellular service with it.
At this rate, ZTE has put up an update once a month for its first Android Wear 2.0 watch. The Quartz is cared for, if not anything else.
We discuss that aspect as well as our review process for lacking coverage in that specific aspect and, of course, Burger King. All in this week's show!
The T-Mobile-exclusive ZTE Quartz is an acceptable smartwatch powered by Android Wear 2.0 out the box, priced at an ultra-low $192.
We delve into the nuances of what software features will hit home with most users as well as other mobile tech news of the week in our podcast!
No NFC or 4G LTE connectivity, and a divisive design, to say the least. This as-yet unreleased ZTE Quartz Android Wear smartwatch might be DOA.
The Nokia 3310 was not MWC. It was nowhere near the story of MWC. Huawei, LG, BlackBerry and Samsung led in Barcelona and we've got the in-betweens, too.
All we know about the watch so far is that it has a round face and that it has cellular radios. Also, it's almost definitely an MWC shoe-in.