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Samsung tries again with smart watches...
"Having updated its smartwatch range less than six months after launching it, Samsung has learnt the hard way that it needs to offer more than just a second screen to appeal to customers."
Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
"Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair."
All I want for Xmas is anything but… a Smart Watch
Despite the hype surrounding smart watches, Gartner believes they are unlikely to be featured on many consumers' holiday wish lists this year.
Does anybody know the sales figures for the Samsung Galaxy… oh dear
Samsung's newly released smart watch struggles to capture the consumer's imagination, according to damning sales reports from South Korea.
Westpac Smart Watch app goes live
Westpac New Zealand releases first integrated mobile banking app for a SmartWatch device, available exclusively on the Sony SmartWatch.
Westpac set for first SmartWatch banking app
Westpac New Zealand is poised to release the first integrated mobile banking app for a SmartWatch device.
The Galaxy Gear Arrives - what's the verdict?
Samsung's new Smart Gear watch doesn't really impress. And it wasn't even kept a secret.
All the Galaxy Gear but no idea?
Samsung is pursuing a spaghetti-on-the-wall product strategy: Launch a smart watch, and maybe it will stick.
Will you own a smart watch by 2018?
Recent research suggests at least 36 million of us will...
Under the Surface… Watch Microsoft go
Rumours are rife that Microsoft is testing a 'translucent aluminum' Smart Watch, moving the prototype to the Surface division of the company.
Wearable tech to hit US$1.5 billion by 2014
Next generation wearables including smart glasses and watches set for boost as influential players such as Google and Apple enter the market.
Watch this space… Windows for your wrist
Microsoft rumoured to join Apple, Samsung and Google in the Smart Watch market, but does it have time?
Are intimate devices the future?
Apple board member says intimate technology is the way forward, highlighting the iWatch and Google Glass as market drivers.
Three's a crowd as Google enters Smart Watch market
Search giant joins Apple and Samsung in developing wearable smartphone devices but who will come out on top?