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Review: LG G Smart Watch

The LG G Watch is the first Android Wear device that I’ve used, so how does it feel, look, and work stacked up against the Moto 360? I talk about a few comparisons (might do a full fledged comparison video in the future) ...


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Review: Moto 360 Android Wear Smart Watch

Time to dive into what I think is the best Android Wear device out there! The Moto 360 is the first device to have an all circular screen (even though some of it is chopped off thanks to some necessary internal components, but ...



Scosche launches RHYTHM+, Bluetooth Smart & ANT+ Armband Heart Rate Monitor

 Scosche is excited to announce the availability of RHYTHM +, an armband heart monitor that optically measures blood flow and movement to monitor heart rate and track calories burned more accurately than a conventional chest...


CES 2014: JayBird Unveils Reign – Just Another Activity Tracking Band?

JayBird demonstrates their newly announced activity tracking band, Reign, at CES 2014. Is it just another activity tracker? Learn more at JayBirdGear.com   This video was made possible thanks to our CES 2014 Sponsors: Scos...



CES 2014: Mio Alpha & Link Fitness Smart Watches

For more information visit MioGlobal.com This video was made possible thanks to our CES 2014 Sponsors: Scosche | JayBird | Pure-Gear | BodyGuardz


CES 2014: Liquid Image Launches a 4G LTE Wearable Camera; The Ego LS

Liquid Image joins the growing M2M and 4G LTE market with the Ego LS, the first wearable and mountable 4G LTE enabled camera. The Ego LS is a multi-functional camera with 4 Wireless Features embedded in the device. The wireless...



Magellan’s Echo Sport Smart Watch

Magellan has announced that it will bring on additional sporting applications to the current Echo smartwatch at the 2014 International CES in Las Vegas. After an overwhelming response from consumers to its Echo smartwatch, the ...


Indiegogo: ION Smart Glasses

ION Glasses are prescription glasses and sunglasses that interact with your smartphone or tablet, offering several functions: Notifications, Remote Control, Alerts in case of loss and Customization.