Samsung Gear Fit Hands-On: The Fitness Smartwatch


Earlier this week at Mobile World Congress Samsung announced the all-new Gear Fit wearable smartband. Being one of three smartwatches announced, it joins the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo. To be completely honest the Samsung Gear Fit looks exactly what most expected the original Galaxy Gear smartwatch to look like. It has a curved […]

Google’s Vision for the Future of Mobile is Project Tango


Today Google is giving us a small glance of the many different aspects of future smartphones. It’s called Project Tango, and was just revealed by their Advanced Technology & Projects group. Always looking to the future with products like self-driving cars or even Google Glass, the company surely has its sights on the present, and […]

HTC Google Now Smartwatch Rumored for 2014


It’s no secret HTC has big plans for wearable smart devices in 2014. Everything from a new smartwatch or two and fitness devices, to tablets and more. Today though, we may have just received the first tip of what’s to come. Earlier this month HTC started initial teasers for its new wearable devices by claiming […]

Samsung Rumored to Ditch Android on Galaxy Gear 2 Smartwatch

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Recent reports have surfaced stating that Samsung will officially “shun Android” by dropping Google’s mobile operating system on its upcoming Galaxy Gear smartwatch. It’s no secret Android is the number one mobile OS in the world, and growing by the minute, but it may not be optimal for wearable devices, according to Samsung. New details […]

Google Glass Classic Shades Hands-On & Unboxing Video


Nearly a year after the initial release and Google is still trying extremely hard to make its wearable computing device known as Google Glass more stylish. They’re doing so by offering four prescription frames and three sunglass shades for those interested. So we snatched a pair of the Classic Wayfarer style. Last week Google announced […]

Google Glass Gets Stylish with Shades & Prescription Lenses

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Nearly one year after Google initially started sending out its new wearable technology smart glasses to developers and early adopters, Google Glass if finally getting a bump in the right direction when it comes to style and daily use. It’s no secret that having Google Glass and a camera strapped to your face isn’t trendy, […]

Next Stop for Google Glass: Super Bowl XLVIII

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Google’s new wearable smartglasses known as Google Glass are appearing everywhere. This week the Sacramento Kings are wearing them during warmups for an NBA game, and the next stop for Google Glass is the Super Bowl. On the biggest stage around, being one of the most watched events on TV, a CBS affiliate has partnered […]

Google Glass Brings Viewers Courtside with the Sacramento Kings


Technology and sports are slowly but surely merging, but no one expected NBA Basketball players to actually wear smart glasses while warming up, shooting, or even during an actual NBA game, but that’s about to change. If you’ve ever wanted to see that first-person view of what it’s like to play and star in an […]

Google To Put Fitness Trackers in Your Pocket with Android


In case you haven’t noticed the big trend of late is all about wearable devices. From Google Glass, Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, to a wide array of fitness bands or smart bands to count calories and more that sync to your smartphone. While fitness tracking is nothing new to mobile, some newly found codes and API […]

Lumo Lift: CES 2014’s Biggest Wearable Tech Surprise


The Lumo Lift is a wearable device that tracks physical activity and helps improve posture. There are countless wearable gadgets at CES 2014, but the Lumo Lift simply is the only one that has the power to help alleviate completely avoidable back pain. The Lumo Lift is a tiny gadget that is held in place […]

Lumus AR Glasses Hands-on: Google’s Glass Competition


When it comes to wearable gadgets like the smartwatch or glasses, a few companies come to mind. Google Glass is a big wearable device, Pebble has a smartwatch to take on Samsung’s Galaxy Gear, but they aren’t the only ones doing good things in the wearable space. Lumus is another popular name some may recognize […]

Razer Nabu Smart Band: Notifications, Fitness and Social on Your Wrist

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The Razer Nabu is a new wearable device from a company best known for gaming accessories and devices with a focus on delivering notifications, tracking the data you want tracked and connecting to other users through a social component. While CES 2014 is overrun with wearable technology and smart watches, Razer designed the Nabu to […]

7 Android Smartphone Wishes for 2014


With another year of fascinating mobile devices and technology behind us, it’s officially 2014 and there is plenty of upcoming smartphones and devices to look forward to. From the Samsung Galaxy S5 to Google Glass, and much more. While we’ve already talked about exciting Android smartphones to expect in 2014, many which will be announced […]

Google Glass Availability Expands to Google Music Users


Wearable gadgets and technology are going to be a big part of 2014, and as the year ends Google is finally opening up the floodgates for Google Glass, the company’s wearable smart glasses running Android. Google Glass is still a novelty item, and far from a retail product, but Google’s still looking to allow more […]

Google Glass Update Brings MyGlass iPhone App, YouTube, More


As promised Google is delivering the monthly update to Google Glass today, XE12, a few days later than expected, but the update adds tons of features and enhancements to the wearable computing glasses we’ve all been waiting for. Google promised updated once a month, and usually they arrive within the first week or so, but […]

Google Glass Prescription Option Outed

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One of the biggest questions surrounding Google Glass since first being announced is whether or not the product would work with actual glasses. Would users with prescription eye wear be able to use and enjoy Google’s new wearable technology, and the answer is yes. After Google confirmed a prescription edition or model was coming in […]

Google Glass Signup Page Pays Off with More Invites

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The Google Glass explorer program has been making a lot of noise lately. With Google sharing the Glass API for developers, allowing Explorers who own Glass to invite friends, and they recently started taking names for future customers. If these are any indication, things are getting close to final stages and progressing right on time […]

Google Glass Release Inches Closer as Google Takes Names

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This week we’ve received a lot of news regarding Google’s wearable computing device, Google Glass. After issuing the promised monthly update late last week with a few fixes and new features, today Google announced Play Music support and an official headphone earbud is coming, but that wasn’t all. Without much mention of it, the Google […]

Google Glass Stereo Headphones, Music PlayBack Coming Soon

GOogle Glass Gets Google Play Music

Google Glass, Google’s wearable headset accessory for smartphones, can do a lot of things like translate languages and show text messages in real-time. One thing it can’t do is actually play music in stereo sound. However, new reports indicate that this could change in the very near future. According to The New York Times, Google […]

Google Glass XE11 Update Adds Easy Screencast and Calendar Search

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Back when Google first released Google Glass to lucky explorers and those who attended Google IO, they made a promise of monthly updates.  Then just as promised, we’ve seen an update with new features and bug fixes every single month. Fast forward to today and we’re getting one more. This morning Google issued update number […]