Chinese smartphone makers OPPO and realme have announced a number of deals on phones, watches and ear buds for the Black Friday shopping bonanza.
The value of the North American wearables market reached US2.0 billion in Q2 2019, with shipments up 38% at 7.7 million units, according to a new report.
With watches, wristbands, NFC handsets, payment cards and contactless payments all the rage and only growing, reaching nearly $100 billion annually by 2018 seems assured.
Users of smartwatches from Apple, Google, Microsoft and others while driving a car might find themselves the subject of police attention if caught using wearables devices.
The world's most successful Kickstarter project, the Pebble smartwatch, has updated its Android app to include support for the Pebble App Store.
Australia’s self-proclaimed largest online retailer, Kogan.com, is claiming it has given a “big win to consumers” with its announcement that it is now offering designer and other big brand watches at up to 85% off department store, jewellers and watch boutique prices.
Samsung's foray into the world of wearable tech has been revealed, through a leak from an "internal promotional marketing video."
Apple is hunting for engineers to work on its much-hyped iWatch, which is now expected in 2014 after "engineering problems."
The Pebble smartwatch was a masive hit on Kickstarter, and momentum is only continuing to skyrocket.
The next time you watch Star Wars the characters might just be able to pop right out of your screen, as Princess Leia did back in the 1977 sci-fi classic.
Early rumours have proved correct, with Samsung today confirming work has begun on a smartwatch to rival others from Apple and Nike and Pebble.
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