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And just like that, Google has changed the smartwatch marketplace, hopefully for the better. Last week, we brought you the interesting news that the Amazon product listing for the Huawei Watch mentioned support for Apple devices running iOS 8.2 or above. Now we had previously heard rumors about support for Android Wear devices coming to iPhones in the past, but they were just that: rumors. And the iOS 8.2 bullet point could have just as easily been an typing entry error, as it’s something that often happens when product listings are created for sites like Amazon. However, as we have learned this morning, this was no mistake. Apple’s iPhone will now support Android Wear smartwatches thanks to... Read more...
If you’re at all interested in the wearables, things are really starting to get interesting as Apple has entered the fray with the Apple Watch and numerous vendors in the Android Wear camp release compelling designs to eager tech geeks. The wearables market is about to get even more competitive thank to a new software announcement by Google, which will bring perhaps the biggest single update to date for the Android Wear platform. The biggest update, at least to my eyes, is the addition of Wi-Fi support. Like previous feature updates which added GPS and offline music support, Wi-Fi support will allow you to maintain a useable device without the short Bluetooth leash to your smartphone. The update... Read more...
Will they or won’t they? The jury is out on whether Motorola’s next generation Moto 360 smartwatch will have a fully circular display, and the latest leaked render isn’t adding any more clarification to what the final product will look like. A new render that was posted to the Chinese site Weibo supposedly shows yet another prototype revision of the second generation Moto 360, this time with a slimmer case design and a display that is now a complete circle. If this is in fact how the final product will look, it would solve one of the most criticized design features of the original Moto 360 — the crescent-shaped cutout at the bottom of the device’s display. Is this the next generation Moto 360?The... Read more...