Smartwatches haven't really caught on with mainstream buyers. But that might change with Allerta's latest wrist-worn creation, Pebble, an e-ink smartwatch that connects to iOS and Android.
At I/O, Google gave a developer's tour of Android Wear, its smartwatch platform. It won't replace your smartphone, but it is Google Now for the wrist, with a heavy emphasis on controlling an Android devices and serving convenient no... Read Post
In 2013, fitness tracking is all around us: in iPhone apps like Map My Fitness and DailyBurn; built into your Samsung Galaxy S4 phone; in a device on your wrist if you own a Nike+ Sportswatch or a Pebble smartwatch. But does any of ... Read Post