The technology's latest update seems to allow for users of the XE9 companion app to accept an Internet connection, eliminating the need for tethering.
It's no surprise at the IFA show to see another manufacturing power join the smartwatch market. But weren't Netbooks left for dead after consumers moved to tablets instead?
This month at WWDC Apple laid the groundwork for its first wearable, and fanbois and early adopters are ready after years of waiting.
The app will simply let Nintendo 3DS users tether the device to a smartphone to access the Internet.
Apple's optimizing of the MacBook and iPad interfaces makes for a solid duo. But moving between the devices could be easier.
Want to use an iPad to wirelessly control your dSLR or send shots straight to your smartphone for easy sharing on the go? Here's what you need to give you and your camera some freedom from wires.
[commentary] They have similar names and do comparable things, but the various tech for getting content from your phone or tablet onto your TV work in very different ways.
Adobe still sells perpetual licenses for Lightroom for Mac and Windows. The new iPad adjunct, though, comes only with subscriptions costing at least $10 per month.
Samsung is rumored to create a version of the Gear with its own cellular connection.
Here's one more potential item for your holiday wish list: a smartwatch that HTC promises will be fashionable. Another project for HTC: Tablets.