Movado’s third smartwatch announcement from Baselworld 2017 today is the Tommy Hilfiger TH24/7You, which seems to come with the classic All-American design and style that the Tommy Hilfiger brand tends to be associated with. The TH24/7You will come with one style of case judging by the images, which is a silver stainless steel and matching metal band, though it is noted that it will also come with a brown leather strap option for those that prefer a leather strap to metal. The watch is set to go on sale for $299 later on in 2017, though Movado didn’t mention specific details here as to when the actual launch date would be.
Yesterday, news broke out regarding Google shutting down SMS support in Hangouts but it seems that may have only been half the story. Google finally published a post on their G Suite blog detailing other changes they’ll be making to Hangouts and Gmail in an attempt to streamline the services for admins and users.
At its Internet of Everything showcase in San Francisco, Qualcomm gave us an idea of what the future looks like for wearables – and it looks good with more than 20 designs in development and improvements in five areas coming.
If you’ve got a smartwatch, chances are there is something or a few things which you don’t like about it. Whether it’s having to charge it all the time, slow performance or it physically being too big, things will get better if Qualcomm has anything to do about it.
Smartwatch coming soon with budget price tag
Price: £99 inc VAT
Wearables are a big part of CES 2015 and Alcatel’s OneTouch Watch is one of the more affordable smartwatches cum activity trackers we’ve seen. Here’s our Alcatel OneTouch Watch hands-on review. Updated on 14/5/15 with UK release date and price.
Update: The OneTouch Watch will arrive in the UK in June with a budget price tag of £99. We’re hoping to get our review sample soon so stay tuned for this page to magically transform into a full review soon.
Looking similar to the Motorola Moto 360, the OneTouch Watch has a round screen and comes in different styles like the Apple Watch will do when it arrives later this year. It will come in both metal (chrome and steel) and plastic models in a range of colours including black and white. It’s a svelte device and looks premium, plus it’s IP67 dust and water resistant.