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Digitial tattoo will unlock your Moto X
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 23, 2014

It is going to be a busy year for Motorola as the company is changing up just about every smartphone in its range, while the brand will also fall under Lenovo's wing after being sold by Google. Oh, and there is also the small matter of the Moto 360 Android Wear smart watch to come later this summer. Before all that though Motorola has something else to show us and this is out of the realms of science

This could be HTC's smart watch
By Luke Jones on Monday July 21, 2014

While all of its traditional smartphone rivals have been enjoying themselves by launching wearable devices on Google's Android Wear platform, HTC has yet to join the party. However, the Taiwanese company will not be in the dark too long as it has announced it will release its own smart watch this year.

Early issues with the Galaxy Gear Live give Samsung a headache
By Luke Jones on Tuesday July 08, 2014

Samsung has its fair share of problems at the moment as the company deals with falling profits amid lowering demand for its mobile products. The Korean juggernaut has another headache with news spreading that its Galaxy Gear Live wearable is having problems.

Apple hires watch marketing specialist ahead of iWatch launch
By Luke Jones on Saturday July 05, 2014

It's time to rub your chin and let out an interested hum as Apple's wearable plans seem to be getting just a little clearer. The company has been extremely tight lipped about its ambitions in this growing market, but Cupertino has now employed Patrick Pruniaux, TAG Heuer's sales and retail VP. In other words

More details about the Microsoft watch shed some light on the wearable
By Luke Jones on Thursday July 03, 2014

Yesterday we revealed that Microsoft's smart watch would arrive in October and that the company thought a face that sat on the palm side of the arm would be more natural. Of course, I mocked that decision as humans have been wearing watches the other way (would that be unnaturally?) for many years

Microsoft to launch smart watch in October
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 02, 2014

Microsoft is a full blown hardware company and Redmond is now producing smartphones through its acquisition of Nokia and tablets with its Surface line. The software giant is also looking to branch out into the wearable space for the first time with its own smart watch, a response to a slew of wrist gadgets that have landed in the last two years.

Favi Audio+ pumps up the volume on your iPhone without wires
By Andrew Kameka on Friday June 27, 2014

The Favi Audio+ is a different kind of speaker. While most of the audio accessories we come across are for Bluetooth connectivity or a high-fidelity Wi-Fi pairing system, the Audio+ offers wire and protocol-free pairing to play audio from a smartphone.

Asus to launch sub $150 smart watch this year
By Luke Jones on Friday June 27, 2014

Asus has showed plenty of times that it can build affordable Android products that also exude a quality beyond their humble price tags. Of course, the Nexus 7 built with Google is the prime example of this. Now the Taiwanese company will throw itself into the wearable market by attempting to bring the smart watch to the masses, with an Android Wear device set to land later this year.

Samsung to launch Android Wear smart watch
By Luke Jones on Sunday June 15, 2014

The smart watch market is going to get pretty crowded during this year, but it is still a party most tech companies want to go to. LG, HTC, Motorola will be launching devices with Android Wear, while other brands will also be delivering wearable tech, maybe even Apple.

Steve Wozniak approves of Beats buyout
By Luke Jones on Thursday May 29, 2014

Whenever something substantial happens over at Apple, the guy who helped start it all is always a good place to start for an honest and refreshing take on events. So with Cupertino?s acquisition of Beats now in the public domain, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak has given his own unique take on the situation.