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Most of Fossil’s Gen 4 smartwatches are $199 (up to $76 off)

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

Fossil makes some of the most handsome Wear OS devices around, with simple, relatively traditional styling. From right now through the end of the week, many of their latest watches are on sale for $199. Depending on which you're interested in, that's a savings of up to $76.

To get it out of the way, no, this sale does not include the new Fossil Sport (and it's sold out besides). But it does include 13 different variants of Explorist and Venture watches, which are normally $255 or $275, depending on which band you're after.

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Most of Fossil's Gen 4 smartwatches are $199 (up to $76 off) was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

Casio’s new Pro Trek Wear OS watch is a little less chunky but just as tough

Wednesday, August 29th, 2018

Casio's Pro Trek line of smart watches started in 2016 with the WSD-F10, a bulky, expensive Android Wear device with aesthetics and a feature set slanted at the outdoorsy market. The company followed up in 2017 with the WSD-F20, a refinement on the concept. Now, Casio is back at it with the WSD-F30, which is less chunky, but still rugged (and expensive).

The WSD-F30 has all the bells and whistles of its older siblings, like compliance to the MIL-STD-810G durability standard, offline navigation using locally-stored maps, and a 1.2-inch dual-layer display design that allows for a battery saving mode that severely limits functionality but boosts battery life to up to 30 days.

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Casio's new Pro Trek Wear OS watch is a little less chunky but just as tough was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

[Update: Another LG watch appears] New LG Wear OS watch shows up at FCC

Saturday, June 9th, 2018

Documentation concerning a new Wear OS watch manufactured by LG has appeared on the Federal Communication Commission's website. The listing doesn't reveal a whole lot, but the watch is described as a "portable wrist device" with a model number of LM-W315.

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[Update: Another LG watch appears] New LG Wear OS watch shows up at FCC was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Ryne can’t live without

Monday, May 21st, 2018

I've been here at Android Police for over a year, now, fighting my way up the ranks and RSS feeds. So far I've succeeded, and having the opportunity to spend my days writing about technology has been incredible. As a result of that, I've accrued a ton of hardware and software, much of which has become an integral part of my workflow and life.

So here's a peek at all the stuff, personal and professional, that lets me do me.

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What We Use, 2018 Edition: The stuff Ryne can't live without was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

New LG Wear OS watch shows up at FCC

Monday, May 7th, 2018

Documentation concerning a new Wear OS watch manufactured by LG has appeared on the Federal Communication Commission's website. The listing doesn't reveal a whole lot, but the watch is described as a "portable wrist device" with a model number of LM-W315. It's possible the filing is for LG's rumored "hybrid" watch that's said to feature both physical hands and an LCD display.

While none of the accessible documents mention Wear OS or Android by name, one does contain screenshots that give it away.

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New LG Wear OS watch shows up at FCC was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

New Android Wear 2.0 features can now be delivered through the Play Store, no OTA required

Tuesday, October 10th, 2017

Android Wear is entering a potentially critical time. Wear 2.0 hasn't been received nearly as well as might have been expected, with many observers understandably worrying for its future. Watches were conspicuously absent from Google's big hardware event last week, and the Google Store site refresh has removed all non-Google products, including LG's recently released Android Wear watches.

Wear fans could use some more good news to add to the recent announcement of the Oreo beta program for the LG Watch Sport, and it looks as though we have exactly that.

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New Android Wear 2.0 features can now be delivered through the Play Store, no OTA required was written by the awesome team at Android Police.

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