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SUUNTO 7 offers dozens of sports modes, fitness tracking

The smartwatch game maybe stagnant the past few years but we believe the models of wearable devices are becoming more advanced than ever. As for Suunto, this is the first time we’re learning about a smartwatch from the brand. The Suunto 7 is a new watch that offers sports features that can be managed via […]

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Withings ScanWatch can detect sleep apnea, irregular heart rate

Around the same time last year, Withings released new products including a portable BPM-measuring device, a medical armband wearable device, and a hybrid analog watch. This time, a new wearable is out that does other extraordinary things. The new Withings ScanWatch is said to detect sleep apnea and irregular heart rate (AFib). Now that is […]

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Skagen Connected Falster 3 sighted on Amazon, up for pre-order

A new Wear OS-powered smartwatch will be introduced soon by Skagen. There is no formal announcement but a Reddit thread pointed us to the official Amazon product listing of the Skagen Connected Falster 3 Stainless Steel Touchscreen Smartwatch. The page is still there so we believe this is legit. The wearable device features the usual […]

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Google Glass Explorer Edition will get its final update next year

Google has been quiet about the Google Glass project. The last update we featured was about the Glass Enterprise Edition 2 allowing efficiency and speed in production. That was back in May. That last update appeared a year after we shared with you the misses and hits of Google’s many projects. Today, we’re sharing with […]

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Samsung Galaxy Watch Active2 features out for old Galaxy watches

The Galaxy Watch team has been quiet for some time but this week, we have some good news as the old Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Watch Active devices are getting an important update. The new features and user experience functions found on the Galaxy Watch Active 2 will soon be available on the said wearable […]

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Google set to acquire Fitbit, to enter the fitness tracking game

Alphabet, Google’s parent company, is poised to acquire Fitbit. The company is said to have offered to buy the wearable device maker in an effort to improve on its smartwatch game. There is no official announcement yet but we won’t be surprised if Fitbit gives in to the deal. Google hasn’t really ventured into the […]

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TicSleep app now ready for the TicWatch Pro, Pro 4G/LTE

It’s been over two years since we were introduced to TicWatch. The brand of wearable devices first started on Kickstarter but it has since grown into a household name for those looking for unique and nicer looking smartwatches. A number of models have been introduced already from the original to the TicWatch 2, TicWatch S/S2, […]

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Garmin MARQ Commander debuts as a new luxury tool smartwatch

Garmin is almost synonymous with GPS but the brand has since evolved into making other wearables. They are mainly health and fitness trackers. There are more expensive versions but there are also affordable models. Earlier this year, Garmin has come up with a line of premium smartwatches. Officially called the MARQ series, it is considered […]

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Kirin A1 announced as first Bluetooth 5.1, BLE 5.1 wearable chip

The world of wearables continues to thrive. We can’t say it’s significantly growing like when wearable devices first came out but there is still a market. OEMs will unlikely give up on this category because there are still people looking for new smartwatches and fitness trackers. As for Huawei, it’s not giving up despite the […]

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Amazon Echo Frames, Amazon Echo Loop make Alexa within easy reach

The idea of smart glasses has been around since 2012. Google introduced Project Glass that eventually became Google Glass. The pair has been useful but it’s not without controversy. It’s more helpful to industries than to individuals. We’ve also seen a few iterations from different makers. The last few pairs we featured include the North […]

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