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AW 2.0 Account Copying Bug Unfixed Despite Numerous Reports

A widely reported bug introduced with Android Wear 2.0 that prevents users from copying their Google Accounts from their smartphones to a compatible wearable still hasn’t been fixed by Google, despite the fact that the issue garnered a lot of attention in recent months, having been originally reported in early April and being the subject of hundreds of complaints posted on the Google Product Forums. The Alphabet-owned company...

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Report: TomTom Possibly Abandoning The Wearable Segment

Dutch tech company TomTom is possibly taking a step back from the wearable segment due to a recent history of poor sales and the departure of many top executives, according to a new report. More specifically, TomTom’s sports wearable segment is most affected by poor performance, having fallen short of expectations, according to a recent comment that TomTom CEO Harold Goddijn made during a call with investors. The company’s 2017...

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Google Acknowledges Android Wear 2.0 Bug, Promises Fix

Android Wear 2.0 users have brought an issue to light on the official Google product forums, and thankfully it appears that the tech giant is already actively working on a fix. According to user reports, the problem lies in some notifications being marked as “done” automatically and without user input. The issue seems to affect recurring reminders from Google Now, as well as the Time To Leave cards which also happen to be...

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New Seiko Epson Wearables Certified By FCC As J-300 & J-307

Two variants of a new Seiko Epson-made smartwatch bearing the model numbers J-300 and J-307 were certified by the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC) last week, with the agency publishing several documents pertaining to the devices that were apparently designed to communicate with contemporary smartphones. Both wearables are seemingly part of the upcoming AP009 lineup and while the Japanese original equipment...

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The MOXO Sensor Is A Wearable Capable Of Emotional Profiling

A wearable created by mPath has been designed to profile wearer’s emotions. Extracting data which can then be used by companies for a variety of different marketing reasons, as well as other agencies and organizations to provide better services. The wearable is called the MOXO sensor and the way it works is that it is worn on the wrist and measures skin conductance changes, which in turn are understood to help determine states of...