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Chinese Android startup Geak have managed to ship 100,000 Geak smartwatches since they launched the wearable device earlier this year.

Allwinner held a small media event yesterday where they announced their plans for the rest of this year and in to 2015.

Smartwatches seem to be the ‘in’ thing this season. After the likes of Qualcomm, Sony, Samsung, etc. presented their own renditions of the wearable technology concept, upcoming manufacturers like India-based SmartNamo have been up to the task as well. Google are said to be working on one too, if you missed it. We have to admit, things are moving ahead at a faster rate than expected!

Google’s first piece of wearable tech, Google Glass has received a recent software update bring public transport directions and more to the device.

Taiwanese based tech startup BeLuvv have taken on the admirable task of making the world a safer place one child at a time with the Guardian smart accessory and cloud app.

ZTE are currently the 5th largest phone makers in the world, and with the growing interested in wearable technology they hope to become number 1.

Nokia could be the next brand working on wearable technology if these leaked spy photos are of the Nokia smartwatch as they claim to be!

Tablet maker Smart Q are hoping to be the second Chinese manufacturer to launch an Android smartwatch.

Coolpad are one of the largest phone manufactures in China and they are now entering the virgin smart watch market.

Chinese search giant, Baidu have launched a cloud connected wristband device which can monitor health plus more.

As well as their very impressive Android smartphones, Beijing based Geak also launched their Geak Smartwatch this afternoon priced at $320!

It was only a matter of time before someone in China decided to produce their own version of Google Glasses, and that someone is search …

Mobile device giant Huawei have announced that they too are working on camera equipped eyewear which could rival Google’s own project Glass.

Named the Eve-book, the Yunnan based company are touting their new PC as the worlds first wearable PC, and plan for it to go into …