#Fossil has announced the pre-order dates for two new Android Wear smartwatches, the Q Wander and the Q Marshal. The two wearables will be available for purchase starting August 29, while pre-orders will begin on August 12. The company hasn’t offered precise pricing details, but has mentioned that the models will start from $295, so
The signs were there for a pretty long time, but it wasn’t until the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show kicked off in Las Vegas a few weeks back that we realized how wearables had graduated from experimental companion devices to mainstream-oriented tech headliners. Quick, can you name a tablet introduced at CES that stuck with you
The #Fossil #QFounder smartwatch is finally available for purchase, at least according to the company’s official web page. The smartwatch is listed with a price tag of $295, while it was originally said to be priced at $275. However, the model here is sporting a steel watch band, so it is likely that the company
With #Fossil recently releasing the #QFounder #AndroidWear wearable for $275, it was quite clear that the company was aspirational about the wearable industry on the whole. Well, the company has now announced the acquisition of popular fitness and wearables manufacturer #Misfit for an estimated $260 million. The company was founded back in 2011 by Sunny
When #Google originally announced plans to release #AndroidWear smartwatches, #Fossil was said to be one of the partners. Well, over a year since Android Wear became mainstream, Fossil didn’t release any hardware. But that changes today with the introduction of the Q Founder smartwatch which runs Android Wear out of the box. Fossil has released
#Fossil expressed interest in an #AndroidWear smartwatch right after #Google made the platform official in mid-2014. However, the company hasn’t released a smartwatch yet, but that could be changing very quickly. The company has now officially shown off its smartwatch which is packing a very familiar design and an Intel made silicon underneath. The Fossil
Google made one of the biggest announcements of the year earlier today with the launch of the Android Wear project, which would allow third party manufacturers to utilize the company’s dedicated smartwatch OS. With Motorola and LG already announcing hardware, we now have another inclusion in the list with Fossil Group. The company is known
It’s a watch, it’s a computer, it’s a mini-tablet? Whatever you want to call it WIMM labs has introduced a 1 inch wearable Android device. You can wear the device around your arm like a wrist watch, or add it to your key ring. You can put it anywhere you want a small Android companion.