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Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: Glass wasn't a failure, it just needs some work

The first version of Glass may have been panned and canned, but that doesn't mean Google's given up on the project. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says the Google Glass wearable face computer wasn't a failure, and that they're still working on a new version of it. Things have been relatively quiet...
Lenovo CEO posts, then removes, possible second-gen Moto 360 pictures

Lenovo CEO posts, then removes, possible second-gen Moto 360 pictures

In what appears to be an accidental post, Lenovo's CEO has revealed some images that are possibly the second-generation hardware for the Moto 360. Lenovo's CEO, Yang Yuanqing, has posted and since pulled a few images showing off a briefcase of unknown smartwatches, which are reportedly the new...
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SmartEyeglass

SmartEyeglass, Sony's augmented reality glasses, now available in 10 countries for $840

Sony's SmartEyeglass is officially available in 10 countries around the world, priced at $840. Sony SmartEyeglass is their take on a Google Glass type product, which changes the way you interact with your surroundings is now available for purchase. The device will connect to compatible...
Urbane LTE

LG Watch Urbane LTE to launch in South Korea on March 27

The LG Watch Urbane LTE is set to go on sale in South Korea on March 27. Priced at 650,000 KRW ($590), the company will use its premium range of watches to compete directly with the Apple Watch. The LTE capable smartwatch is the first wearable in its class that supports the fast transfer of...
Gear VR

Best Buy to carry Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition starting March 27

Best Buy will begin carrying the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition at select locations throughout the US on Friday, March 27. As part of a push to put their virtual reality headset in the hands of more people, Samsung, Oculus, and Best Buy have teamed up to bring the Innovator Edition for the...
Trading hype for some love

Google Chairman Eric Schmidt: Glass wasn't a failure, it just needs some work

The first version of Glass may have been panned and canned, but that doesn't mean Google's given up on the project. Google Chairman Eric Schmidt says the Google Glass wearable face computer wasn't a failure, and that they're still working on a new version of it. Things have been relatively quiet...
Moto 360 Pocketwatch

This Moto 360 pocket watch should totally be a real thing

While everyone's going gaga over smartwatches, we whip up a bit of the old-school. Ever since Motorola's first live stream for the Moto 360, there's been this notion buzzing in the back of my head. As amazing as the round design looked on the wrist, the way Motorola had embedded the watch band...
Lenovo CEO posts, then removes, possible second-gen Moto 360 pictures

Lenovo CEO posts, then removes, possible second-gen Moto 360 pictures

In what appears to be an accidental post, Lenovo's CEO has revealed some images that are possibly the second-generation hardware for the Moto 360. Lenovo's CEO, Yang Yuanqing, has posted and since pulled a few images showing off a briefcase of unknown smartwatches, which are reportedly the new...
Google wants you to 'wear what you want' with new Android Wear ad

Google wants you to 'wear what you want' with new Android Wear ad

Google's new Android Wear commercial — part of the search giant's "Be together. Not the same" campaign — showcases the many different varieties of smartwatches available with Android Wear. The commercial shows a variety of watches in several sizes and shapes, with Google clearly highlighting...
Smartstrap

Pebble announces million-dollar fund to bring smartstrap ideas to life

Pebble will put their own money in backing smartstrap ideas to help turn them into products. When the Pebble Time Steel was announced Pebble also announced smartstraps - an open hardware accessory platform. Since then there has been a lot of buzz in the developer community about smartstraps,...
Your smartphone can't cause cancer — physics won't allow it

Relax, your smartphone and smartwatch won't — and can't — give you cancer

Repeat after me: your smartphone is not giving you cancer, and neither is your smartwatch. We in the Mobile Nations family tend to be tech-obsessed. We get the newest smartphones with the biggest batteries and most powerful radios, we strap on the latest in fitness bands and smartwatches, and...
Google begins rolling out support for Android Wear to Android Device Manager

You can now track your Android devices from your wrist

Support for Android Wear in Android Device Manager is rolling out now, and is expected to be available to all Wear devices within the next few weeks. Adding Android Wear support to Android Device Manager will allow users to find their missing devices right from their wrists. Of course, Device...

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