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Gizmag takes a first look at one of the first Android Wear smartwatches, the LG G Watch

After spending the last week and a half with Android Wear on the Samsung Gear Live, we now have another Android Wear watch, the LG G Watch, in house as well. We'll spend a lot more time with it before publishing our full review, but read on for our early impressions.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Android Wear ... at the very beginning

Every smartwatch we've seen so far has run its own unique software, but we can't say any of it has been anything special. Starting this week, though, Google's new smartwatch platform is about to make its way into the wild. Join Gizmag, for our initial review of Android Wear.  Read More

Gizmag reviews Samsung's best smartwatch to date (by a longshot), the Gear Live

Samsung is fiercely determined to be a leader in the smartwatch space. Back when other big companies were just rumored to be planning smartwatches, Samsung actually launched one. Then, six months later, it launched not just one more, but three more. And today? Join Gizmag, as we review Samsung's third-generation Gear watch (only nine months after the first), the Android Wear-running Gear Live.  Read More

Gizmag takes a first look at the Samsung Gear Live ... along with Google's new smartwatch ...

Android Wear is here. And though the first watches running Google's new wearable platform won't be available to the public for another week or two, Google I/O attendees got their hands on the first Wear watches a little early. Gizmag snagged a Samsung Gear Live, and, though it's too early for a full Gear Live or Android Wear review, we do have a few early thoughts on the new smartwatch and the new OS.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the Android Wear-running Samsung Gear Live with ...

Android Wear is on its way, with watches running Google's new wearable-focused OS landing in a couple of weeks. But how does Wear compare to a smartwatch that keeps a simpler focus, but looks really good while doing it? Let's compare the features and specs of the Android Wear-running Samsung Gear Live to the Pebble Steel.  Read More

Gizmag compares the features and specs of the first two Android Wear watches, the Samsung ...

Google's interest in wearables is no longer just about Google Glass. Starting next month, the first Android Wear smartwatches are going to land. Wondering which of the first two Wear watches to buy? Let's take a look at the features and specs of the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch.  Read More

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The word from Google I/O this week was that the intriguing Moto 360 would not be available until later on in the northern summer. Perhaps sensing the disappointment among early adopters and Android and Moto fans, Motorola released a video demo of the Moto 360 from Google I/O this morning.  Read More

The Withings Activité aims to be both a functional activity tracker and a fashionable acce...

Many wearable tech devices get the job done, but aren't necessarily very good looking. It's an image that devices like the Netatmo June, the Cuff and the Pebble Steel are trying to change. Well, you can add the new Withings Activité watch to that list, as it squeezes some fitness tracking functionality into what's otherwise a stylish-looking watch.  Read More

What's old is new again, as Gizmag reviews the Pebble Steel smartwatch

When companies release follow-ups to their existing devices, they usually bring some upgrades to the table. Bigger screen here, faster processor there and maybe some fun new features. Pebble's latest watch, though, is all new on the outside, but exactly the same on the inside. Join Gizmag, as we review Pebble Steel, a familiar idea that's wrapped in a stylish new package.  Read More

Ringly is the rare early wearable device aimed at women

Most of the wearable computers we've seen so far have been unabashedly masculine. Okay, to be fair, women can enjoy Google Glass or a Gear 2 smartwatch just as easily a man can (and I know some awesome women who do). But I'd also bet that most buyers of these beefy and utilitarian devices have been geeky, early-adopting men. Ringly, on the other hand, is the rare wearable that's being marketed solely to women.  Read More

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