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Samsung Gear And Galaxy Note 3 Now Available

wpid-BTVpik9CIAAe4yCSamsung has entered the smartwatch market today, with the release of the Gear, and it has also released a substantial update to its phablet range in the shape of the Galaxy Note 3.

Two new Samsung devices have hit shop shelves today, giving consumers the opportunity to combine the benefits of a smartwatch with a powerful phablet. The Gear and the Galaxy Note 3 will work independently of one another but combining the two devices will give users the greatest benefits and the greatest range of features. Continue reading

Samsung Galaxy Gear Unveiled At IFA 2013

Galaxy-Gear-008-Set1-Side_SixSamsung has unveiled its smartwatch, the Galaxy Gear, at this year’s consumer electronics show IFA 2013. EE and Phones 4 U have said that they will offer a £100 discount on pre-orders of the wearable technology.

The Sony smartwatch has attracted numerous rumours and leaks in the past few months but the technology giant has finally confirmed the device while unveiling it at this year’s IFA 2013 consumer electronics show. It is effectively going to take on fitness tracking wrist wear like the FuelBand, but it will also include features like a touch screen, twin microphones, and video recording functionality. Continue reading

Samsung Patent Suggests Smartwatch Will Be Called Gear

Samsung-smart-watchA patent filed by Samsung eludes to the fact that their proposed smartwatch will be called the Gear. The patent also included a list of capabilities and features, coupled with an extensive description of the device.

Wearable tech is one of the areas of technology that is about to explode at the moment. Sony has already released the second version of its smartwatch while the Kickstarter funded Pebble smartwatch is currently meeting its list of preorders. Apple and even Google have stated or quoted as saying that they are working on a smartwatch of their own. Samsung has previously made some noise about the release of their own smartwatch device and it is one step closer now that a patent has been filed. Continue reading