Tagged: wearable

24 hours with the Samsung Gear S3 Frontier: The Smartwatch that changed my stand on Smartwatches

  For the longest time, the other managing editor of this site have been going on and on about his Android Wear powered smartwatch and how it is so good and mighty; how it basically trumps everything in the market,...

MWC 2015: Acer Liquid Leap+

Acer in Mobile World Congress 2015 (MWC) made an appearance and have announced the Liquid Leap+ fitness tracker to replace the original Liquid Leap. The Liquid Leap+ is also to complement the company’s latest Liquid Z series of smartphones. The...

Samsung smartwatches going round.

The first generation of smartwatches were not really easy on the eye, and this primarily stemmed from the square shape of the display. Samsung has been one of the few manufacturers that have stuck by this square shape while others...

More itches for FitBit Charge

Fitness band specialist FitBit may make some of the best devices around but they are constantly grappling with reports of skin irritations from their customers. Earlier in February, the FitBit Force was pulled from the market for that exact reason....

Sony to develop its own Google Glass

The Google Glass was a revolutionary idea to bring a new type of wearable to the mainstream market. However, it has not really caught on with the market today, years after it was first announced. With a consumer-oriented variant of...