Kate Spade Stories February 3

Unlike Android, Google’s Wear OS is pretty locked down to OEM customization, but thankfully, apps and watchfaces can help make one watch unique when compared to others. For the past several weeks, I’ve been able to see through my wife’s usage how the Kate Spade Sport pushes customization on Wear OS better than any other watch I’ve seen.

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Kate Spade Stories January 7

Wear OS as a platform isn’t in the greatest shape, but Fossil has been churning out a ton of hardware over the past several months. At CES 2020, the Skagen Falster 3 has arrived alongside a plethora of refreshes to other Fossil watches, and personally, I like a lot of them.

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Kate Spade Stories October 21, 2019

It only took until 2019 for Wear OS watches to finally get some capable hardware, but for whatever reason, some new releases are still a bit behind. Today, Kate Spade has launched its Sport Smartwatch, and it simply doesn’t have enough RAM.

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Kate Spade Stories January 8, 2019

Last year at CES 2019, Kate Spade New York launched its first touchscreen smartwatch with the Scallop. Following the trend of other Fossil Group brands, Kate Spade is bringing the Scallop 2 to CES 2019, this time with a few key improvements.

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Kate Spade Stories January 9, 2018

Over the last several years, Android Wear watches have primarily been big, bulky, and sometimes straight up ugly. With its first attempt at making a touchscreen smartwatch, Kate Spade has put a focus on designing a beautiful wristwatch that women would want to not only want to buy but also wear…

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