Here's a low cost way to jump into the wearables game.
Very pretty! Oh no, no it's not. That is one ugly smartwatch! Or is it the lighting?
Plus: When will Amazon jump into the wearables market?
Pebble launches colorful marketing campaign, highlights legibility of screen outdoors, makes us want to be cool cats.
Pebble was one of the first to market. Now, Google is arming large competitors such as Samsung, LG and Motorola with Android Wear. Can a small start-up survive?
If true that Apple has ordered only 3.5 million units, an Apple wearable is clearly not going to upend. Apple sells 30-50 million iPhones a quarter.
Watch out Pebble and Samsung. Based on a quick review of what's popping up on the Moto 360 Face-Off contest there's no shortage of interesting ideas.
So far it would appear that demand for Google Glass is, in fact, significant. Last I checked all five colors of Glass were out of stock. Is Glass a hit?
LG released another teaser video for its upcoming "G Watch," another wearable based on Google's Android Wear platform.
Lenovo/Motorola Mobility will likely position the X + 1 as a friendly mid-range device. It could launch alongside the Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch this summer.