I’ve just finished spending some serious quality time with Qualcomm's flagship Toq Smartwatch. The verdict? For a product that is basically a hardware showcase, well, there really is a lot to love.
The company is wary of wearable devices but it will compete with its own device, but it thinks its tablet will be something completely different.
Samsung, Apple and a number of other industry heavyweights are poised to make a run for the next "iPod event." As such, I thought it would be interesting to explore how a corporation could go about recreating an iPod, iPhone, or iPad moment with yet another mobile device.
Going all Dick Tracey on the world is what Apple, Sony, Samsung - and everyone else with a wristband - is aiming to do. Will we die of boredom waiting for something that we had hoped never to wear again? Probably. Until someone comes up with a smartpocketwatch that dangles from a chain attached to your vest and can tell you exactly where the stagecoach from Tuscon is on Google Maps.
The Omate TrueSmart smartwatch - which runs Android 4.2 Jelly Bean - is powered by a dual-core ARM Cortex-A7 SoC paired with 512MB of RAM and 4GB of storage.
Just days after Sony debuted its revamped smartwatch, Foxconn is showcasing a smartwatch prototype designed to work with Apple's iPhone lineup.
The Agent smart watch - which went live on Kickstarter just a few short days ago - has already managed to raise over $336,000 from close to 2,000 backers.
Rumors and speculation over an impending smartwatch race amongst industry heavyweights have been increasing in recent months.
It almost seems like rumors of Apple's alleged iWatch came out of nowhere just a few months ago.
Samsung is reportedly prepping a new mobile device dubbed the Altius.
Smartphones are a vital part of our lives these days, and there's a new way to make them an even more integrated part of your life.