I hate to say this, but Motorola just “disrupted” Android Wear. Rather than offer a fixed style of case for its new Moto 360 smartwatch, it announced that you could customize your own. It was obvious Motorola would go this route. It popularized the idea of customizing your own smartphone with
Samsung’s been pretty quiet on the wearables front, but for good reason. It was hunkered away in a South Korean bunker somewhere reimagining what its smartwatch should look like. The result is the Gear S2. It’s round, it rotates, and most importantly, it does not run Android Wear. So, what’s
It launched with its share of problems (primarily terrible battery life), but a few software updates quickly made the Moto 360 our favorite Android Wear watch of 2014. Now, Motorola’s back with a new Moto 360 that looks like a refined version of the original—“flat tire” display and all. The
It’s no secret that Android tablets haven’t exactly been flying off the shelves. While phones that run Google’s operating system dominate the marketplace, tablets have lagged behind Apple’s iPad in marketshare and mindshare. Outside of some inexpensive tablets practically given away by carriers, they just don’t sell in huge numbers.
ASUS Small wrists, rejoice! Asus announced that the Asus ZenWatch 2 will be available in two sizes when it arrives in the US next month to fit both ginormous wrists and dainty ones. The watch had been previously teased at Computex earlier this year, though Asus is now offering more details. The