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Runtastic, the mobile-focused fitness tracking company that was recently acquired by Adidas for $239 has just launched its first official smartwatch. Like every other …

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Pebble, the Palo Alto-based startup has launched Pebble Time, its third-generation smartwatch with an all new design and a color e-paper display ready to …

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Earlier it was believed that Apple Watch would come with ten sensors to track health and fitness data. However, Apple has now ditched plans to make …

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The latest wearable device is not coming from a tech company but rather from the award-winning musician and tech entrepreneur Will.i.am. During the Salesforce’s …

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Renowned luxury watch brand Tag Heuer will soon be entering the smartwatch arena with its own exclusive version. While mobile device makers are jumping …

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World’s largest smartphone maker, Samsung is said to be developing yet another smart watch model that could debut this summer, one that can make …

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After months of waiting and anticipation, the world`s No.1 Internet search engine Google is finally entering the nascent market for wearable devices. On Tuesday the …

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A smartwatch that will not just tell you time but also provide insights into the quality of living standards without pricey medical tests and …

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Concerning technological innovation, 2013 was not precisely an exciting year. For instance, Apple, recognized for launching year after year the most innovative products, opted just for updating its familiar devices and selling them in different colors and sharper screens. Social media companies focused their attention on who had better photo filters, which is not quite ground-breaking as well. All in all, most Silicon Valley start-ups offered an average of slight changes on existing products. However, 2014 promises more fun and great surprises!

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Samsung Electronics Co. clarified that its statement made last Tuesday was not entirely accurate. What was the slip-up? Just that the tech firm informed that it had sold more than 800,000 units of its new Galaxy Gear smartwatch since its launch two months ago, when the truth is that it only shipped the 800,000 pieces. From shipping to selling… should we call this a “smartmistake”? The answer lies beneath the facts and poor reviews about its new smartwatch.

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