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ASUS ZenWatch 2 is an Affordable Step Above Original
By Luke Jones on Wednesday September 02, 2015

While more and more companies are making smartwatches with round faces, such as Samsung's Gear S2 that arrived this week, ASUS has decided to stick with a rectangular design for its ZenWatch 2. The wearable was revealed by the company during its IFA live event, and considering the original ZenWatch was aesthetically pleasing, we are not entirely disappointed to see rectangle faces come back.

Huawei Confirms Prices and Availability for Huawei Watch in USA
By Luke Jones on Wednesday September 02, 2015

When we got a hands on with the Huawei Smartwatch earlier in the year we were properly impressed with the wearable, which at the very least is among the best looking smartwatches we have ever seen. At its IFA event here in Berlin the Chinese company has now revealed when the Huawei Watch will land in the United States and how much it will cost.

Samsung Rolls out Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic
By Luke Jones on Tuesday September 01, 2015

Samsung has unveiled its wearable ahead of IFA in Berlin and like the company's smartphone output of late, there is a premium edge to the Gear S2 and Gear S2 Classic.

Motorola Moto 360 2 Announcement September 8th
By Luke Jones on Tuesday September 01, 2015

Motorola has already launched the majority of its smartphone output for the year, but the company is not finished with products entirely. It has now been announced that the Moto 360 2 will be launched September 8th, with Motorola?s parent company Lenovo sending out invites for a media event.

This is the First Look at the Motorola Moto 360 Sport
By Luke Jones on Monday August 31, 2015

Motorola is widely expected to launch a follow-up to the Moto 360 smartwatch, which was probably the best Android Wear device so far. However, while we are plenty excited about that, we are also eager to see Motorola's other new wearable, an apparent Moto 360 Sport.

Apple Watch Exceeded Expectations Says Tim Cook
By Luke Jones on Wednesday July 22, 2015

Apple did not reveal exact figures for the Apple Watch for its first quarter on sale, lumping it into the "other" category in its earnings call. However, considering that category rose some 49% year-on-year it seems that the company?s first wearable played a big part in that hike. Sales for the device are reported to be solid and meeting expectations, but not the runaway success some had predicted.

ASUS ZenWatch now $129.99 on Google Play
By Luke Jones on Monday July 20, 2015

I am not a fan of smartwatches, I think as mere smartphone accessories they are too expensive and should cost what would be deemed as disposable money for markets they target. So, you can color me interested by the first generation ASUS ZenWatch then, as it has now been slashed to just $129 on Google Play.

ASUS ZenWatch Now $149.99
By Luke Jones on Thursday June 25, 2015

With design being one of the only significant differentiating factors between Android Wear smartwatches, the ASUS ZenWatch was a winner. It was among the best looking wearables, but it has recently been replaced by the ZenWatch 2, which is great news if you have your eyes on the original model. That's because the Taiwanese company has decided to slash the price of its original device to a very appealing $149.99.

Apple Watch Slips Just Below 3 Million Sales Prediction
By Luke Jones on Thursday June 18, 2015

The Apple Watch admittedly doesn't bring much to the wearable market in terms of new technology, but the smartwatch is still marching towards being the most successful ever. It was widely accepted that Apple's first wearable would sell well and it seems as though the Apple Watch is just about keeping pace with estimates, although is slightly underperforming.

Huawei Unveils TalkBand B2 for United States
By Luke Jones on Wednesday June 03, 2015

As well as launching the P8 Lite smartphone in the United States today, Huawei also launched its fitness tracker come hands free kit, the TalkBand B2. The Chinese company has made an awful lot of changes (read improvements) to its wearable too, but it retains its quirky take on this particular market. By that we mean that the device can still be detached from the wrist and turned into a headset for voice calls.