From next week you’ll be able to purchase the Huawei Watch 2, a smart watch with quite a difference: it has its own SIM for
When opting for a wearable gadget, there are numerous questions one needs to ask: what will it do, can it survive my life, and how much will it cost? Fortunately, Samsung has answered these with the Gear Fit2.
Smartwatches are often made people who go out, who are social, and who like to walk and run, but if you’re into catching fish, you haven’t had a lot of choice. Suunto is seeing to that with something special.
Apple’s Watch may be one of the only smartwatches to go after the fashion appeal, but it won’t be the only one full stop, as Huawei’s Watch is released for a different crowd.
Wearables may well be the new hot ticket item, but not everyone goes for a smartwatch, and if you prefer your watch to be more like a watch with the occasional notification, something from Victorinox may suit.
When it comes to GPS watches, the majority of devices that tend to pass by our desks tend to be about tracking distance, but this is almost always about how far you travel. If you need to think about height, there’s now a watch for you.
Smartwatches are about to get a whole heap more bling now that Samsung plans to other leather and gold.
The heads-up navigational display may be a thing of science fiction, but more cars are getting this concept, and this year, even cyclists will have the opportunity to see it as they ride, too.
Mobile World Congress may well be just around the corner in February, but Huawei is taking the time to show a couple of products it has in store ahead of that mobile free-for-all, and the news is good if you like metal.
Wearables are going to be everywhere in 2016, but for Fitbit, 2016 is about making the smartwatch and wearable more useful than ever.