Smartwatches aren’t for everyone, but if you’re in the market for this type of wearable there are loads of options out there. Android Wear, Tizen, other proprietary operating systems, leather, metal, luxury, sporty, you name it. Whatever you’re looking for in a smartwatch chances are you’ll find it. All that choice is a good thing
The Apple Watch is the most popular smartwatch on the planet, but it’s definitely not perfect. People have all sorts of complaints about it, and one of the biggest ones seems to be the device’s battery life. If you pretty much only use it for notifications, you can probably squeeze two days out of it before you need to recharge it. Of course, if you only use the Xiaomi Amazfit Bip Smartwatch with GPS for notifications, it’ll last up to four months before it needs to be recharged
As one of its daily deals, A4C offers the used Samsung Galaxy Gear Android Smartwatch in Black for $54.95 with free shipping. That's $223 under the lowest price we could find for a new unit. (It's also $15 under the best price we've seen for a refurbished model.) Deal ends today.
I was over the moon about the Apple Watch when it was first announced. At the time, I was feeling intense jealousy over Android Wear watches that couldn’t work with my iPhone (back then, at least), and had picked up a cheap Pebble to help fill the void. And despite some initial shellshock over the price levels and version differences, I bought the Apple Watch Sport on day one and was excited for its future.
A number of new Chromebooks have been introduced the past months and we can expect even more models will be added. The list is getting longer as Google continues to improve the Chrome OS. The developers are adding more features that can make Google’s very own desktop platform a powerhouse. It’s still light compared to
Google keeps the best features for their Android operating system before they are rolled out to other platforms. The Chrome browser on Android is easily the best to browse websites, watch videos and so on because it is designed from the ground up to ...
Amazon has a couple of Android Wear powered smartwatches on sale for a limited time only. The Huawei Watch 2 is now priced at $239, a savings of $60.99 or 20% from the online retailer's normal price. The Huawei Watch 2 Classic is $267.21, a savings of $102.78 or 28% from Amazon's everyday price. Both watches are powered by Android Wear 2 and will be updated to Android Wear Oreo
Amazon won't add Chromecast capability to its Instant Video app for Android, and it won't release an app for Android TV. But there's still a way to get that video on your TV by using your computer and a browser extension.
The number of quality programs on cable TV has declined dramatically in recent years. Global stalwarts like the BBC are still churning out incredible documentaries at a phenomenal rate, but the overall standard has unquestionably deteriorated. Perhaps that’s why cordcutting has become so popular. However, even if you hate modern TV and you’re an experienced cord cutter, there will still be times when you want to indulge in a spot of mindless channel hopping
Should you be looking to pick up a new Android Wear piece, the Huawei Watch 2 and Huawei Watch 2 Classic are on sale via Amazon, with decent savings to be had. For what’s likely a limited time, you can save $60 on a Huawei Watch 2, with the price down to $239. For the … Continued
As one of its daily deals, A4C offers this used Huawei Watch Stainless Steel Smartwatch with Leather Strap for $119.95 with free shipping. That's tied with our mention from two weeks ago and $150 under the lowest price we could find for a similar new Huawei smartwatch elsewhere. Deal ends today. It's compatible with Apple and Android devices and features a 1.4" 400x400 AMOLED display, scratch-resistant sapphire crystal, stainless steel case, fitness tracker, and 300 mAh battery capacity.
(Update: available now) All Android Wear watch faces will get notification indicators with version 2.9 update
Update: Android Wear version 2.9 is now available, bringing the highly-anticipated notification indicators as well as improved glanceability.