Smartwatch maker Garmin paid a multi-million dollar ransom to hackers who encrypted its data, according to a report. This news comes almost two weeks after Garmin was the victim of a ransomware attack that affected its devices globally.
European Union regulators opened an in-depth investigation Tuesday into Google's plan to buy fitness tracking device maker Fitbit.
Syska SW100 Smartwatch will help individual maintain their physical and mental well being at home.
Samsung has announced that it will host a ‘Life Unstoppable’ event on September 2, less than a month after its Unpacked event on August 5. The company plans to “unveil the latest innovations” in the field of smartphones, TV, audio, wearables, and home appliances.
Google has offered not to use health data of fitness tracker company Fitbit to help it target ads in an attempt to address EU antitrust concerns about its proposed $2.1 billion acquisition, the US tech company said late on Monday.
An international group of consumer groups and NGOs denounced Google's bid for sports smartwatch-maker Fitbit Thursday, saying it would threaten privacy and grant the search giant unfair access to a new market.
Alphabet-owned Google's planned $2.1 billion buy of fitness trackers company Fitbit may harm consumers and hinder innovation, European consumer group BEUC said on Wednesday, calling it a game-changer deal in the health and digital markets.
Huawei will reportedly launch a bunch of wearables powered by the Kirin A1 chip this year or early 2021. Huawei launched its Kirin A1 chipset last year that is currently found in the Huawei FreeBuds 3 and the Huawei Watch GT 2.
How does one review a fitness tracker—something meant to get you moving and measure your athletic progress—at a time when most of us are forcibly stuck indoors, slowly melting into our couches? That’s the conundrum I’ve been grappling with ever since I unboxed my shiny new Fitbit Charge 4.
Germany's centre for disease control on Tuesday urged people with smartwatches and fitness bands to share their health data to help keep track of the spread of the coronavirus.
Although growth in smartphone sales has been sluggish, wearable gadgets are selling in record numbers, according to IDC India.