Jan 6th - The original Sony SmartWatch 3 only had a rubber/silicone band that made the device look like an over-sized fitness tracker. We got a chance to take a closer look at the new steel band and a holder that allows you to use any 24mm watch band.
Jan 2nd - It was only inevitable, you can now play Flappy Bird on your Android Wear device. If you're adept in ADB, you can download the apk and start killing time right now.
Dec 19th - You want a smartwatch, but you just can’t justify spending the dough. We get it, but that’s no excuse. Not when you can win the smart wearable of your choosing from AndroidArea.com.
Dec 17th - We're not sure how this managed to slip by the Inbox team the first couple of updates, but the app now fully supports Android Wear devices.
Dec 17th - With this update Pebble users can interact with actionable notifications from Android Wear. Any action you can take on Android Wear can now be done with a Pebble. We go hands-on with the new Pebble notifications compared with Android Wear!
Dec 17th - Everyone's favorite todo list app Todoist is getting updated with some love for Android Wear today.
Dec 16th - It's finally happened. Pebble gets a new lease on life thanks to Android Wear support, complete with actionable notifications.
Dec 14th - Motorola has taken to their official forums to let users know that updates cannot be forced out of turn and that all users should receive Android 5.0.1 Lollipop tomorrow, December 15th.
Dec 12th - If the ASUS ZenWatch is a sign of things to come, we like where Android Wear is headed. The watch itself is one of the more thoughtfully designed devices to sport Google’s wearable software platform, but like those before is not without its flaws. Those looking to make a fashion statement will love the look of the ZenWatch on their wrists.
Dec 10th - Tucked away inside Google's blog post for developers detailing the rollout of Android 5.0 and the Android Wear Watch Face APIs (API level 21) was a notice that those who aren't planning to jump on board with the "new way" will eventually be kicked off the wagon.
Dec 10th - Android 5.0 is rolling out to Android Wear devices (Moto 360, LG G Watch, ASUS ZenWatch). If you're looking to try out the new watchfaces, you're going to need both the firmware update and the Android Wear app update.
Dec 10th - It's been a long time coming, but officially supported watch faces for Android Wear are finally here. After urging developers to wait for the official watch face API back in July, Google has finally made good on their promise.