Tim Cook: Apple Watch and wearables bigger than iPod ever was
Apple CEO Tim Cook has been blamed for not bringing in new hardware innovation that would reinvent Apple, like Steve Jobs did. Obviously ......
Fitbit acquires Coin, the smart payments company
Health and fitness wearables giant Fitbit has announced the acquisition of Coin, the one-time Kickstarter darling that offered smart payment products including a connected card that could hold all of your different credit card information
Nokia acquires Withings to get into the health wearables business
Nokia has announced their acquisition of Withings, the French health and wearables company.
Fitbit's latest sell 1 million units, each
Fitbit's latest wearables, the $200 Blaze and the $130 Alta, are both hits, selling 1 million units each.
IDC: Apple shipped 11.6 million Watches in 2015
According to research firm IDC, Apple shipped 11.6 million Apple Watches in 2015, including 4.1 million in the final quarter.
Apple shipped 12 million Apple Watches in 2015, dominating industry
According to research firm Canalys, Apple completely dominated the smart watch market in 2015, shipping over 12 million units.
Fossil buys fitness wearable startup Misfit
Earlier this week, Swiss watchmaker Fossil announced the acquisition of fitness wearable startup Misfit for $260 million.
Apple is now in second place in global wearables market
Apple has quickly taken second place in the fledgling wearables industry, just a couple of months after launching their first device, the Apple Watch.
HTC cancels its 'Grip' fitness band before it ships
Back in March, HTC and Under Armour announced a fitness wearable, the Grip, which it had planned for release sometime during the spring.
CES 2015: Fitbit's latest fitness trackers now on sale
Fitbit has launched two new fitness trackers today, the Charge HR and Surge, both of which reflect your activity stats right from their enlarged displays.
The Withings Activité Pop is a great looking fitness tracker and watch
Take a first look at the latest fitness tracker from French-based Withings
Google shuts down their Glass tech support retail shops
Google has confirmed the shut down of their Basecamp physical stores from which the company offered support for Google Glass headsets.
Google Glass is not ready for debut in 2014: report
Google Glass, the wearable headset that allows users to basically attach Google services and a camera to eyeglass frames, will not see its consumer debut in 2014 as originally planned.
You can now get Google Glass right from the Google Play Store
Although the device is still in its Explorer beta, Google has made the Google Glass headset available to all directly from the Google Play Store.
Google preparing to launch 'Google Fit' to collect your health tracking data from phones, bands and compete with Apple, Samsung
According to Forbes, Google will launch a new health service, dubbed Google Fit to collect your data from fitness trackers and smartphone/tablet apps.
Pebble and Fitbit top selling wearables for Q1
The wearables market, quickly growing with new products seemingly launching daily from different OEMs, seems to have a few clear winners.