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The Skagen Falster 3 launches with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 3100 processor as well as a speaker which can be used for alert and taking calls.
The Diesel On Fadelite will be offered in four distinct colors and feature mostly newer hardware when it launches in March 2020.
The $500 Suunto 7 looks to combine Google-based wearable tech (Wear OS) with more robust outdoors features, including offline maps and GPS.
Premium watch brand Movado is back with a more powerful approach to its Wear OS line. The Connect 2.0 comes in two sizes with a variety of strap options.
The Fossil Collider DIANA is reported to be a Wear OS-powered smartwatch that combines both digital and analog components.
Years into its existence, Google still struggles with its how to handle smart watches. Maybe it's time to copy a certain company named after a fruit.
Fossil brands Diesel, Emporio Armani, and Michael Kors have announced new Wear OS watches for launch later this year. Additionally, it is working with...
The Fossil Gen 5 features cutting edge hardware and provides the best Wear OS experience to date. It's a tad pricey, but you can't beat it in this space.
The Fossil Gen 5 watches are waterproof and feature a speaker, more memory and storage and battery modes that promise multiple days on a charge.
Locking down Wear OS prevents collaboration and innovation with hardware partners. The platform has so much potential but Google is holding it back.
Pairing your favorite headphones to a Wear OS is an easy, but often overlooked process. We'll show you how to do it in just a few short steps.
Google adds Tiles to its Wear OS experience. The swibeable widgets provide at-a-glance info such as weather, fitness, calendar appointments, and more.
If you've ever struggled to make it through the day with your smartwatch or you're just looking to extend the battery life, check out these nine helpful tips.
If you've ever wanted to take a screenshot on your Wear OS watch you might have realized it's not as simple as it is on your phone. Don't worry as we're here to help.
The annual developer conference that is Google I/O 2019 takes place over three days in early May. This year should bring us details on Android Q and more.