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Google's Android Wear software is being used to power the Samsung Gear Live and LG G Watch, available for order today, and the Moto 360 due later in the summer.
The wearable will be one of several new devices built around Google software, sources tell CNET. LG and Motorola are also expected to show off new gadgets.
The company's first handset will be a high-end model, while the second will be offered at a midrange price tag, according to a new report.
[commentary] If it wants a thriving line, Samsung shouldn’t keep its Gear smartwatch family tied to just its own Galaxy phones. CNET explains why.
The Korean electronics giant unveiled three new software development kits to make it easy to create programs that work with its new wearables and its Galaxy S5.
The Korean electronics giant has delayed its Tizen handset many times but has introduced two new smartwatches with the software.
Developers can make whatever apps they want for the Gear 2 and Gear 2 Neo, but there's no open SDK for the first Galaxy Gear, two of Samsung's top US mobile executives tell CNET.
At Mobile World Congress 2014, Samsung stakes out its position as the fastest-moving company in wearables with an April 11 delivery of its new lineup.
The chipmaker -- not known for its presence in mobile devices -- is close to reaching a deal to supply LTE chips for some members of the upcoming Galaxy S5 family.
A blurry snap that appears to show two new Samsung watches has surfaced online.