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Stephen Yuen
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Biomedical engineer, blogger at AndroidSPIN.com and TheSavvyTechs.com, avid gamer, singing enthusiast, and closet comic
Biomedical engineer, blogger at AndroidSPIN.com and TheSavvyTechs.com, avid gamer, singing enthusiast, and closet comic

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While most companies trying to enter the smartwatch industry have tried their own hand at making the hardware and software, HP has gone a slightly different route by instead helping lots of other companies develop their smartwatches. By doing this, HP is…

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At CES 2016, Samsung announced two new versions of its Samsung Gear S2 Classic smartwatch – what Samsung is calling the Samsung Gear S2 Classic New Edition. The New Edition is exactly the same smartwatch on the inside except that the range is going to…

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Last November, there was an announcement from global watchmaker Titan that it was partnering with HP to make their very first smartwatch. The time for that smartwatch to break cover has come, and we now get to ogle at the newly announced Titan Juxt…

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One of the biggest stories of CES 2016 was wearables, and it really seemed like everybody was making sure they got a word in even if they had nothing to show for it. Chief among these is sportswear manufacturer New Balance who announced during CES their…

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CES 2016 has been over for almost a week yet we’re still catching up on some of the news. One such piece of news was that Tag Heuer announced a number of watch faces for its Android Wear smartwatch. Featuring Tag Heuer’s brand ambassadors, the Tag Heuer…

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CES 2016 was a big week for wearables and it seemed like everyone who mattered released either a smartwatch or a fitness wearable in the wild. Fitness wearable company, Fitbit, released a combination of the two in the Fitbit Blaze at CES, and while its…

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Luxury watchmakers have made a sport of making sure people know that smartwatches will never measure up to the complexity of a mechanical watch. They do kind of have a point, but most of the time it’s comparing apples and oranges – in this case, however,…

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Wearables have been out in force at CES 2016, but it wouldn’t be a proper party without wearables king, Fitbit, coming to the show with something fresh as well. Perhaps surprisingly, Fitbit’s latest device, the Fitbit Blaze, abandons the wristband form…

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When you think of Withings in the wearable space, you inevitably thing of the Swiss-made Withings Activité smartwatch – that’s all changed at CES 2016. With a clear aim to challenge mainstream fitness trackers, Withings has announced the Withings Go, a…
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