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Android Wear keyboard prototype from Microsoft launched

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Microsoft has just launched its iteration of a keyboard for Android Wear devices, which includes support for gadgets like the Moto 360 and Asus ZenWatch and other Android Wear running smartwatches with square faces. So far, third-party keyboards on Android Wear focused on the traditional format, allowing users to type as if they were using their standard smartphone screen which ...

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Asus ZenWatch vs Samsung Gear S

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Each month, we see a week or two of intense hype around wearable devices. Last month, it was at the beginning, when IFA Berlin was underway and all you could see on the internet was the Moto 360, Samsung Gear S, LG G Watch R, Sony SmartBand Talk and Asus ZenWatch. While most of the hyped smartwatches have already been ...

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Moto 360 vs LG G Watch R

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The Moto 360 stocks have just been refreshed in retail stores and the LG G Watch R release date for several countries has just been announced, so the time has come to see which of these two round smartwatches gets ahead of the other. Wearables have become all the rage in the past year, with various companies releasing and announcing ...

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Asus ZenWatch price and release date leak

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We first saw the Asus ZenWatch at the IFA Berlin conference last month and it seemed like on of the best smartwatches at the convention. The Asus ZenWatch is already pretty popular because of its low $180 price tag and sleek design. The Asus ZenWatch stands out of the crowd because from among the square and rectangular smartwatches that you ...

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Android Wear receives 1.0.2 update

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Google has spilled the beans about issuing and Android Wear 2.0 update around October 15, which would bring significant improvements to the wearable OS. Supposedly, this major update will bring performance enhancements, stability improvements and the default bug fixes. Android Wear is the most acclaimed software/OS for wearable devices at the moment and the Google Play Store has been receiving thousands of ...

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webOS coming to smartwatches

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LG has decided to try and bring back webOS once more, after many others like HP and Palm have failed to popularize the alternative mobile OS. So far, webOS can be found on LG smart TVs, but the company is thinking about bringing the new OS to wearable devices like smartwatches. So far, Android Wear has been the go-to OS ...

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Android Wear Com 1 smartwatch pulled after Google complaint

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We had introduced you guys to the affordable and powerful Com 1 smartwatch a few weeks ago. The Com 1 smartwatch would have been running on Google Android Wear platform, and that’s where the current issue with Google and Indiegogo might have started. The Android Wear platform for wearables is a Google product and we had previously thought that it ...

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Moto 360 software update improves battery life

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The Moto 360 smartwatch from Motorola has been one of the biggest hits at IFA Berlin this year, and had already stirred up a lot of interest before it was even launched. The Moto 360 is so popular because of its round display which has thinner bezels than its direct competitor, the LG G Watch R, which was also introduced ...

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LG might be developing a new smartwatch – or not.

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The LG G Watch R smartwatch was introduced at IFA at the beginning of September and many have expressed appreciation for the smartwatch design, praising the fully round display. The LG G Watch R is a smartwatch that aims to impress mostly with the round design it employs, rivaled by the Moto 360 and Martian smartwatch editions. It seems that ...

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Garmin opening up to developers

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Garmin watches have been around for quite some time now, but many are disconcerted about the Garmin smartwatches and fitness trackers because they don’t offer third party app support and tend to live in their own ecosystem, despite being paired with iOS and Android devices. It has not been such a drawback as to see many ocmplain that they’re not ...

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