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LG’s G-Watch Urbane shows huge design improvement

LG is taking inspiration from Motorola’s circular smartwatch, the Moto 360, with its new wearable, the G-Watch Urbane, featuring a circular watch face and a more premium look. LG initially announced the G-Watch Urbane earlier this month but it has since shown it off in a new promo video. The …

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Google Glass 2 to launch next year powered by Intel

Google is reportedly planning to release a new Intel powered version of its Google Glass wearable next year in an effort to re-spark interest in the technology as adoption of the first generation device dies down. Sources are currently expecting Google to call its new eyewear ‘Glass 2’, the company …

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Asus officially announces the ZenWatch

Asus has officially announced its ZenWatch, the new wearable will be powered by Android Wear and feature a custom user interface that Asus developed specifically for the new device. The smartwatch will pair up with any smartphone running Android 4.3 Jelly Bean or higher in order to provide useful notifications …

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Amazon launches new wearable tech store

Amazon has just launched its new wearable tech store, featuring products from familiar brands such as Sony, Samsung and GoPro. However, there are some more obscure products in there,  including a pair of wireless charging trousers from A. Suavage- allowing you to charge your phone in your pocket for just …

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Google Glass banned from UK Cinemas

Shortly after the release of Google Glass in the UK, The Cinema Exhibitors Association has banned the smart glasses from UK cinemas. The CEA represents most big chain cinemas in the country and is worried that bootleggers will use the device to illegally distribute movies, despite its 30 minutes to 45 …

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Moto 360 smartwatch might feature Moto Maker customization

New rumors are suggesting that Motorola’s upcoming smartwatch, the Moto 360, could launch with the company’s “Moto Maker” customization options. Moto Maker was launched last year alongside the Moto X smartphone, the ability to choose your own colors and build materials was arguably the biggest selling point for the device …

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Google Glass is now available in the UK

The Google Glass was first made available in the US last year but the wearable is now making its way over to the UK for the first time. In addition to the UK launch, the Google Glass is getting a hardware upgrade too, bumping it up to 2GB of RAM …

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iWatch release date and specifications leaked

It looks like Apple may have finalized the specifications of its long rumored iWatch. The wearable is set to feature a 2.5 inch rectangular display rather than a circular screen, there will also be multiple designs with varying screen sizes. According to The Wall Street Journal, the watch will feature …

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Razer Nabu goes in to limited beta

Razer revealed the Nabu smartband at CES earlier this year and since then more than 10,000 potential developers have signed up to test and create apps for the device. However, Razer wants to open up the testing to some of its best fans and as a result, 500 Nabu smartbands …

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Motorola is developing a new Smartwatch

Motorola was one of the first companies to attempt a smartwatch, back in 2011 it released the Motoactiv, a GPS and fitness tracking watch which was discontinued in last year. 2011 was a little early to be pushing the wearable technology market but now, three years later, Motorola is ready to …

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Apple experimenting with solar and kinetic charging for iWatch

Apple’s long rumoured iWatch could feature solar-powered, wireless or even kinetic based charging if a report from The New York Times is to be believed. Early last year The Verge reported that Apple was apparently having trouble with battery life on the upcoming wearable device, so it is possible that …

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Google Glass wearer made to leave a Seattle restaurant

Nick Starr, a network engineer from Seattle, was made to leave his local diner because he was wearing Google Glass. However, according to him, he had eaten at the diner several times before while wearing his Google made spectacles. Starr shared the events of the night through Facebook: “We begin …

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