MWC

AT&T to carry LG Watch Urbane and HTC Grip on its network

AT&T has announced support for LG Watch Urbane and HTC Grip. Both the flagship wearables will be available at the retail stores of the carrier. There is no update on the pricing and availability and the website says that it will be announced ...

HTC Grip becomes HTC’s debutante wearable entry

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, it pushes you for higher goals and rewards you ...

AVG’s invisibility glasses makes you invisible

The security firm AVG has showcased the “invisibility glasses” at MWC 2015 that will secure your digital identity. Extending its security portfolio to online footprints, the division AVG Innovation Labs has come up this concept that bars facial ...

LG Urbane LTE lets you make payment like Apple Watch

Weararena told you here that LG is planning to launch its sophisticated watch, LG Urbane to take on with Apple Watch.  Well, at MWC 2015, it was found that it just not plan to compete with the Apple’s debutante entry into wearables on the basis of ...

Acer Liquid Leap + introduced, compatible with iOS, Android and Windows

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 that are ...