Samsung today officially unveiled Galaxy Buds, cord-free earbuds for those who want a seamlessly connected experience on the go. With their truly comfortable form factor, easy controls, clear and smart sound, and compact size—they are an everyday in-ear lifestyle companion.
Samsung today officially unveiled the Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e. Made for all types of fitness enthusiasts, from casual runners to athletes, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e support active lifestyles. With thin, lightweight bodies, Galaxy Fit and Galaxy Fit e are easy to style and comfortable to wear all week long.
Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy Watch Active today. Packing premium features comparable to Galaxy Watch, Galaxy Watch Active comes with sporty new design that is thin, light and versatile that makes it easier to maintain a balanced lifestyle.
The Fossil Group has announced that Google is purchasing $40 million worth of intellectual property that pertains to its smartwatch technology, currently in development.
Apple today unveiled Apple Watch Series 4. While retaining the original iconic design, the fourth-generation Apple Watch has been refined, combining new hardware and software enhancements into a genuinely singular, unified form. The stunning display is over 30 percent larger and seamlessly integrates into the thinner, smaller case, while the new interface provides more information with richer detail.
Qualcomm today launched the next generation Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 3100 Platform for smartwatches. The platform is based on a new ultra-low power system architecture designed to deliver a rich interactive mode, new personalised experiences, and extended battery life.
Samsung today announced a new Samsung Gear 360, a 4K resolution-capable 360-degree camera with a refined design for easier use. With enhanced features for high-quality content, the Gear 360 is lightweight and compact.
TrackNet has announced the unveiling of Tabs™ at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, February 27-March 1. Tabs combines a Wi-Fi / LoRa hub with Internet parental control and a broad range of sensor devices.
Google has teamed up with LG in to produce the first devices powered by Android Wear 2.0: the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style. Both watches are cut from 316L stainless steel, and have resistance from the elements (IP68 for the Sport, IP67 for the Style).