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LG Watch Sport Doesn't Support Band Changes

LG's newest Android Wear 2.0 smartwatches have just become official, but there were some things we didn't know about them. While one of the best features of smartwatches is its ability to change faces and bands, but you won't be able to do that with LG's Watch Sport.

Verizon Unveils Its Own 'Wear24' Wearable

Verizon is entering the wearable market. Following LG's introduction of its first Android Wear 2.0 devices, Verizon has announced its own product, the Wear24. It runs the latest Android Wear build and comes with pretty standard components. It'll arrive next month.

LG Watch Style Leaks Online

LG and Google will announce new smartwatches later this week, along with a new Android Wear 2.0 platform. Thanks to a BestBuy employee, we have more information on the LG Watch Sport, the more affordable version that will be accompanied by the LG Watch Sport.

LG Watch Sport Appears On Geekbench

LG is currently performing last tests before officially announcing two new smartwatches. Google and LG plan to unveil both the Android Wear 2.0 platform and new smartwatches, the LG Watch Sport and LG Watch Style, on the same date, on February 9 next week.

GoPro Releases More Details About The HERO6 Camera

2016 was definitely a challenging year for GoPro. Only in the last quarter, the company lost $116 million, or 82 cents per share, and one of the reasons is the recall of its first Karma drone and early HERO5 Black production problems. GoPro's founding CEO Nick Woodman said that

NVIDIA Shield Pro Goes On Sale For $299

If you were holding out for the Pro version of NVIDIA's Shield TV console, you now have a chance to purchase it. Both the entry-level Shield TV console the Pro version are now on sale for $199 and $299, respectively, and the only differences are a larger hard drive and a microSD