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Counter Strike running on Android Wear OS

How to play Counter Strike on your Android Wear smartwatch

April 26, 2016 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

There are people, who love gadgets. Then there are people, who love gadgets, have too much time on their hands and will try crazy experiments with their devices. Apparently, a smartwatch with the Android Wear OS is a perfect victim for some geek fun. Youtuber and blogger David Bennett has a smartwatch and managed to […]

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Retro flashback: the Casio Illuminator watch

April 12, 2016 / no comments, on Retro

Progress is inevitable. Smart watches and wearable tech – in their current forms – were only a dream 10 years ago. Even a few years back from now, it was considered as a luxurious accessory for the rich. Later, it became a toy for geeks. Now, it is part of our everyday life and is about to take over […]

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TAG Heuer Connected is a luxurious Android smartwatch

November 25, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

Swiss watchmaker TAG Heuer, renown for their highly fashionable watches, entered the smartwatch world with the Connected. The watch is a luxurious timepiece, running the Android Wear OS, so you can download your favourite apps and customize almost every aspects of the watch. It features a titanium case and a scratch resistant sapphire crystal screen cover. Buying […]

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Pebble Time Round Black 20mm strap

Pebble Time Round claims to be the lightest and thinnest smartwatch

September 25, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

The new Pebble Time Round – as the name tells – got a round body and looks like a classic watch from a distance. Pebble claims, that this is the lightest and thinnest smartwatch on the market today, so let’s quickly see if this is true: Apparently the claim is right and the Pebble watch wins […]

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Razer is back with a new watch and it’s called Nabu

September 21, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

In the beginning, Razer created the Nabu X smart bracelet. It had no screen, only 3 small LED lights were in place to show some kind of notification. The new Nabu Razer now has a monochrome OLED screen and can display messages, reminders and other important notifications. The video ad is quite impressive, if you are a fan […]

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Fitbit Flex Wireless Activity review (video)

September 14, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

JimsReviewRoom made a very good review video of the Fitbit Flex activity tracker. It shows the features of the device and explains how the mobile app works and what data are recorded.

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BLOCKS smartwatch core

BLOCKS is a new modular smartwatch with customizable features

September 9, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

BLOCKS is a new project, their aim is to build a modular smartwatch, where one can build the watch they need, only with the features they want to use. The watch looks pretty good, with a round body and display. The hardware is based on an open platform, which means, that developers will be able […]

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Huawei Watch silver front

The Huawei Watch is out soon and looks awesome

August 26, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

The Huawei Watch was first announced back in March 2015, but there have not been many information available on the release date or the exact specifications. The final specification have been published, together with a bunch of images, and so far it looks very promising. The watch is housed in a stainless steel body, that comes in […]

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DOT braille smartwatch

Meet DOT, the first active braille smartwatch

August 12, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

A team of young university students created the first ever braille smartwatch for visually impaired people. The watch features an e-braille display, which can tell various information for it’s owner. The official website states, that 95% of the 285 million visually impaired people can not read, as the braille technology is not available for the […]

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Top 5 smartwatches for 2015

July 28, 2015 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

Selecting the right smartwatch for yourself or as a gift can be a difficult task. There are certain requirements you need to consider, like the features, compatibility and price. The guys over at Top Tech Videos compiled a top 5 smartwatches for 2015 and this might help you make your choice. The video below shows […]

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Android wear apps

5 Awesome Android Wear Apps

October 14, 2014 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

There is an ever-growing list of great apps developed for Android Wear devices to help you organise your life, improve your fitness, and expand your smartwear experience. Below we list 5 of the best currently available: 5 Awesome Android Wear Apps You Can Download Today: 1. Runtastic for Android Wear Download Runtastic for Android Wear […]

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Android Wear quick start quide

Getting Started with Android Wear

October 9, 2014 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

Complete Android Wear Smart Watch Setup Guide Your new Android Wear powered smart watch is designed and built to work with Android smartphones so you need to pair your smart devices (requires Android 4.3 or above – check if your phone is compatible here: How To Pair Your Smart Watch To Your Smart Phone […]

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Moto360 Pebble Steel and Samsung Gear 2 comparison

Moto 360 vs Gear 2 vs Pebble Steel Specification Comparison

October 7, 2014 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

Specification comparison of the Moto 360, Samsung Gear 2 and Pebble Steel smartwatches.

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WebOS LG G Watch

LG may be planning a webOS SmartWatch

October 2, 2014 / no comments, on Wearable Blog

LG has been quick to act on wearable technology and already has two Android Wear smartwatches: the G Watch and the G Watch R (which will be available later this month) but they may look for an alternative platform to Android Wear with future wearable tech. A page from LG (briefly live and since removed) […]

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