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LG Watch Urbane Ready for MWC
By Luke Jones on Monday February 16, 2015

LG's original G Watch smartwatch was a pretty basic affair and was designed to show off what Google's Android Wear platform could do. However, with the G Watch R, the Korean company pointed to a direction of trying to marry smartwatch tech with causal timepiece design, even if it did not quite pull it off. However, LG has announced the Watch Urbane luxury smartwatch, arguably the device that the G Watch R should have been.

HTC Petra Smartwatch for iOS and Android... No Android Wear
By Luke Jones on Thursday February 12, 2015

HTC has been perhaps the most interesting company to follow in terms of wearables. The company is in a will it, won't it situation, delaying its smartwatch last year but now likely to announce it alongside the One M9 smartphone flagship at MWC next month. However, it seems as though HTC will have one more surprise up its sleeve and will make its smartwatch cross platform.

Tim Cook Confirms Apple Watch for April
By Luke Jones on Wednesday January 28, 2015

Apple is celebrating its historic earnings call today, with the company breaking records for quarterly revenue and income. However, looking to the future, there are plenty out there who want to know when the Apple Watch will be released. After-all, it has been a long time is it was announced way back in September.

Asus ZenWatch 2 could have 1 Week Battery Life
By Luke Jones on Tuesday January 27, 2015

Asus's ZenWatch has only been with us a couple of months, launching in November after an announcement at IFA in September. It is one of the better looking smartwatches on the market, but its Android Wear platform means it doesn?t really come with any differentiating features and is the same as other wearables on the software. However, the next ZenWatch will add a bit more individuality.

Apple Watch to be more Powerful than the Original iPad
By admin on Monday January 26, 2015

When Apple launched the original iPad back in April 2010, it was the peak of tablet technology at the time, a true alternative mobile computing solution. It was very well made and was the best that technology had at the time. However, even less than five years later the iPad's computing technology is now possible in a wearable.

Tag Heuer Chief Likes the Apple Watch, U-Turn
By Luke Jones on Thursday January 22, 2015

When Apple launched the Apple Watch back in September, there was some pretty vocal opposition from Tag Heuer supremo Jean-Claude Biver. The head of Tag Heuer for LVMH Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton said that Apple had made "some fundamental mistakes". However, time seems to be a healer as Biver is now singing the praises of Cupertino's first ever wearable.

HTC Smartwatch Arriving at MWC
By Luke Jones on Monday January 19, 2015

Rumors of an HTC built smartwatch has been around for some time, and the company even admitted that it shelved its wearable until the market is more mature. Recently a HTC marketing employee told me that the company will roll out its first smartwatch alongside the One M9 flagship at MWC in March. There are now more reports today that the watch will arrive at the mobile event in Barcelona in six weeks' time.

OnePlus Celebrates First Birthday with OnePlus Power Bank
By Luke Jones on Thursday December 18, 2014

The OnePlus One is celebrating its one year anniversary. We will forget that this one year old device is not really a flagship anymore and is still not yet properly available and join in the festivities of celebration. And to make sure you are in the right mood too, OnePlus has a number of special offers running at the moment.

Exclusive: HTC to Launch a Smartwatch alongside One M9
By Luke Jones on Wednesday December 17, 2014

Remember a couple of months ago when all the mobile heavyweights were launching smartphones? HTC was one of the company's that was reportedly ready to jump on the wearable trend and even had a product ready. However, the Taiwanese company decided to pull the plug on its first smartwatch, saying at the time that the market was not ready and was too crowded. That decision was upheld, but the company is not turning its back on wearables completely and will launch a smartwatch in March.

Apple Watch to Drive Wearable Sales in Canada
By Luke Jones on Tuesday December 16, 2014

IDC is one of the most prominent market researchers and the organization has turned its attention to the Canadian market and is looking forward to 2015. While Canada is not necessarily a hot bed for tech activity, the data for the country seems to point to a similar worldwide trend that will happen in the coming 12 months. IDC says that wearable sales will increase sharply on the back of the Apple Watch, something that is widely predicted on a global scale.