Tag Archives: Android

Moto 360 launch = iWatch ahoy?

Is the Moto 360 launch a sign that Apple really is launching an iWatch next week?

ERI finally ships smart wristband – but first impressions disappoint

DigiCare, the Hong Kong outfit behind the ERI wristband, has finally started shipping the smart bands to people who supported their successful raise on Indiegogo, but first impressions are disappointing. Originally slated to ship

Fitbit’s Android app gets an update

Fitbit has updated the Android version of its smartphone app, bringing it closer in look and feel to the iPhone version. There is also a growing number of third-party apps that can

Review: My experience with the Misfit Shine – by guest blogger Leon Jones

I didn’t believe the wearable trend in my family would ever infect me. Nor had I seen a device quite as different to the rest of the market as the Misfit Shine,

More insight into wearables in Japan: Local firm Omron rules the roost

If you look hard, then wearable technology is available in Japan – although the landscape is different. It’s a local firm, Omron, that rules the roost in movement tracking, although it appears that

WearableTechWatch turns 100!

This is the 100th post on WearableTechWatch. To celebrate achieving the century, we’re sharing some statistics, and taking a look back. The blog launched on July 11 with a post entitled (Use

A Bold move: New Alibaba-sourced smartwatch hits the US market

There’s a new smartwatch on the block, and it’s certainly making a BOLD statement. We’re a little confused about the actual name of the product, which is either the iSporTix (according to

Going UP: Jawbone UP24 goes worldwide – at a price

Jawbone has finally announced worldwide availability for its flagship UP24 smart wristband. However, going UP has a double meaning, as there’s a huge price premium in some markets. The UP24, which syncs

Fitbit improves sync on Android smartphones

Posts documenting Fitbit’s problems (original post / update / further update) in enabling Bluetooth sync with Android smartphones for its smart wristbands have been among the most popular on WearableTechWatch – and now Fitbit

What’s *not* launching at CES … the iWatch

Ignore the fanboi hype – there’s no way that an Apple iWatch – or iAnything – will launch at CES in Las Vegas in early January. It’s not Apple’s style, nor is