Friday, November 24, 2017
MWC

MWC

The Mobile World Congress, MWC 2015 has always seen some big players and underdogs beating up the old benchmarks and setting up the new standards of innovation. Be it just ramping up the OS for the new device or about the first baby to enter into the wearable segment, this platform is special and no wonder, has all eyes set up to it. Weararena brings you exclusive news from Barcelona. So, stay tuned.

Timeless Design, Smart Within. This is how Huawei is introducing its first Android Wear flagship, Huawei Watch. Made of sapphire crystal, this smartwatch is sophisticated and gorgeous to say the least. What isn’t gorgeous are the video clips and...

Haier, the leader in home appliances segment brought a range of connected wearables at MWC 2015 including smartwatches and pet collar.  The smartwatches are for kids and senior adults and aimed to help caretakers to know their whereabouts.  Similarly,...

Dear worried parents and caretakers, add one more wearable to the list that aims to ease your worries regarding your kids’ whereabouts a bit.  Mediatek, the Chinese OEM, better known for the smartphone processors it makes, has collaborated with...

At MWC-2015, Kairos stole the show by introducing the world’s first and only mechanical smart watch hybrid. Touted as the smartwatch that bridges the gap between fashion and technology, Kairos tries to attempt what most of smartwatch makers and...

Weararena told you about Valve VR headset and that the gaming company is going all out to create the right noise after the long hiatus.  At MWC 2015, this headset was announced by HTC. Both the tech giants have...

Ford, the famous American car maker showcased two concepts of smart e-bikes. Dubbed as MoDe: Pro and MoDe: Me, these bikes aim to makethe everyday commute of bikers easier, more efficient and safer.  The bike can connect to Apple...

The name is HTC Grip and not HTC Petra, as it was rumored. The HTC Grip will track the distance covered and your speed in the units of mile, minute and rep.  From cycling to gym workout and running,...

The amped up second-generation Liquid Leap+ is a fitness wrist band that takes from where the original Liquid Leap left. Aesthetically, it is difficult to tell the difference between the two and the likes of Jawbone, FitBit and Samsung...

MD is the world’s smallest 5-in-1 health monitor. The brainchild of B-ON, this health monitor joins the industry of fitness wearables while their accuracy with the data and findings is still questionable.  The 5 functions performed by the monitor...

The sleek and smart Withings Activité fitness watches, both Activité ($450) and Activité Pop ($150), can be used with Android smartphones now. This announcement was made by the company. Moreover, while the Health Mate app remains as-it-is, the data...

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