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Movado Group – guardians of a number of fashion watch brands such as Tommy Hilfiger and Hugo Boss – has confirmed that it will be launching a family of Android Wear 2.0 watches.

There will be five styles of men’s watches unveiled by Movado at Baselworld 2017 in the Movado Connect portfolio. They will come with five customisable watch faces, with options for complications, to get unique and informative dial.

As Android Wear 2.0 watches, they will support a full range of new functions, including Android Pay and Google Assistant. With greater independence in Android Wear 2.0, you’ll also be able to install a range of standalone apps, meaning a great experience with Apple iPhone, as well as full, seamless integration with Android phones.

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Remember the Huawei Watch? We wouldn’t blame you if you didn’t – considering it first launched nearly two years ago. But it is one of the best-looking Android Wear watches and fans have been patiently waiting for a second-generation model.

Although last year came and went without any hardware upgrades, Google recently released the Android Wear 2.0 update, so now is the perfect time for Huawei Watch 2.

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Android Wear 2.0 is finally here, and that means apps can now be directly installed on your watch and run without your phone.

You will longer need your phone nearby to use apps on your Android Wear device, because instead of requiring a tethered connection to your phone, it will communicate through Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, or cellular network. In the older version of Android Wear, you could still use apps when out of range of your phone, as long as that phone was connected to a network — now your phone doesn’t need to be turned on at all.

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Will.i.am's Dial smartwatch is now available for preorder through Three

Will.i.am, the musician who has spent a lot of time and money making ill-conceived tech products, is launching pre-orders for his second smartwatch called the Dial exclusively through Three in the UK.

Dial is a voice-activated wearable that runs on an operating system called AneedA, which is also the voice assistant. The Dial’s design resembles its predecessor, the Puls, as it has a cuff band but with a slightly wider screen (1.63-inch AMOLED). It also features a 2-megapixel front camera, fitness functions, and the ability to text, call, and play music.

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Apple Watch Predicted to Capture 50 percent Market Share in 2016 on 14 Million Sales

While the Apple Watch captured an impressive 75.5 percent share of the smartwatch market through its launch quarter last year, market research firm IDC predicts that watchOS will gradually cede market share to competing platforms such as Android Wear, Tizen, and Pebble OS over the next four to five years.

IDC forecasts that the Apple Watch software will capture 49.4 percent market share in 2016, but that figure is expected to drop to 37.6 percent in 2020. IDC expects global shipments of 237.1 million wearable devices in 2020, up from an estimated 110 million in 2016, as the wearable market continues to grow.

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In a surprise move, Acer’s Inox Cybertool is a gadget which turns a Victorinox Swiss watch into a smartwatch. Here’s our Acer Inox Cybertool hands-on review from MWC 2016.

Ever wanted to make your old and trusty wrist watch smarter? Well Acer’s new smart accessory aims to do just that but we beg you to avoid it. As is far to common at shows like MWC, we don’t have pricing or release date information for the Acer smart accessory. This will be announced at a later date but Weareable touts a whopping price of $225.

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Besides the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge duo, which definitely stole the show, Samsung also brought a slew of additional accessories and gadgets to show off at MWC 2016. In our extensive hands-on coverage, we made sure to give them all their fair share of attention.

There were a whole bunch of covers and cases, keyboards, fast chargers and gamepads available, even a somewhat odd new Lens case concept and just when we thought we had covered everything, we noticed a new wearable that almost slipped away.

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Put on your shirt and get fit — that’s all it takes when you have Hexoskin’s new smart shirt, which debuted today at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES).

The shirt, one of the latest articles of connected clothing to hit the market, is unique in how it offers Bluetooth connectivity, making it compatible with fitness apps like Strava and Runkeeper. Described as a wearable precision lab, the lightweight shirt will grant its wearers unique insights about their physical training, sleep, and daily activities — all the things you’d expect from a wearable — only now, it’s built into your clothes.

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At its Windows 10 device launch event, Microsoft released its second iteration of Microsoft Band. The first version was a pretty good fitness wearable with lots of sensors at an affordable price.

The new Microsoft Band comes with a curved AMOLED display and it feels more comfortable that the first iteration which had a flat display. The new Microsoft Band comes in three different sizes.

 The new version responds to touch and it comes with tougher and scratch-resistant gorilla glass.

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