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Casio's G-Shock G-Steel is the anti Apple Watch

The G-Steel may not be a smartwatch, but this more affordable metal G-Shock won't be obsolete in a few years and is solar powered.

By September 8, 2015

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Casio unveils new G-Shock watches, including upgraded Bluetooth models

G-Shock goes luxury with the $900 to $1,100 MT-G series, blows up the 6900 series, and trots out version 2.0 of its Bluetooth-enabled watches.

By August 7, 2013


Apple Watch vs. Samsung Gear S2: A smartwatch skeptic chooses

Commentary: I wore both the Apple Watch and Samsung's Gear S2 together for a week to find out just which smartwatch fits my lifestyle better. Here's my verdict.

By November 15, 2015


Casio suckers bloggers into writing about upcoming G-Shock event

The Casio PR team is offering a prize for the blogger who writes the most creative blog about its upcoming 25th anniversary G-Shock event in New York.

By May 7, 2008


Smartwatches: The next big thing or this year's fad?

commentary: A computer on the wrist has so far had a lukewarm reception from bleeding-edge buyers and reviewers. Sounds like just about every other major new product.

By March 7, 2013


Sony SmartWatch is an Android phone's best friend

Are you tired of rockin' a G-Shock? Sony plans to drop a stylish watch this year that you may want to look into if you own an Android phone.

By January 15, 2012


Android Atlas Weekly: Ep. 82: All your info are belong to Google (podcast)

Download.com editor Jaymar Cabebe joins us as we discuss who's making money on Android, upcoming phones, and whether Google's new privacy policy violates its own "Don't be evil" mantra.

By January 25, 2012


Buzz Out Loud 720: Lovin' Out Loud

Announcing the launch of our new dating podcast, Lovin' Out Loud! Also, Microsoft may or may not build content filtering into the Zune, by which we mean "probably will."

By May 8, 2008


Web ad blocking may not be (entirely) legal

As Web browser add-ons that let people erase ads proliferate, legal experts to wonder when the first lawsuit will be filed.

By September 14, 2007