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Wrist-on with Samsung’s Gear Live, one of the first Android Wear watches | Ars Technica

Wrist-on with Samsung’s Gear Live, one of the first Android Wear watches | Ars Technica.

The Gear Live is Samsung’s first Android Wear watch It’s compatible with Android phone running Android 4.3 or 4.4. And we like it. It has the same AMOLED display as the Gear 2. Samsung says the phone should get about a day of battery life. The Gear Live costs $199. The big plus for us at BayLibre is that it is the first Samsung phone to be compatible with any Android device.

Samsung Gear Fit Review: The SmartWatch Fitness Tracker | Gizmodo Australia

A smart watch which is also a fitness-tracking device. It syncs only with Samsung’s Galaxy line of smartphones. It is one of the first devices which can at the same time display your heart rate and your incoming emails. It lasts 4 days on a single battery charge.

It costs $200.

Samsung Gear Fit Review: The SmartWatch Fitness Tracker | Gizmodo Australia.

The story of Motorola’s smartwatch from the man who designed it | The Verge

The story behind the Motorola smartwatch 360 is talled by its designer. The watch comes out this summer. It does not look like a geek device, it looks elegant and sleek. The biggest challenge faced was the power management. These watches consume a lot and we are not used to plugging in a watch every day.  Clearly the target is not the early adopters. This is the first step of Motorola into the Android wearable space. It is fun to learn throughout this article that the project was planned before competitors even appeared.

The story of Motorola’s smartwatch from the man who designed it | The Verge.