The smartwatch industry continues to expand as new devices are unveiled, and so it proved last week after Motorola, Huawei and Samsung all showed off new devices at IFA.
V3 readers are clearly keen to see how the devices measure up, and our head-to-head between the Gear S2 from Samsung and the Apple Watch garnered plenty of attention, no doubt as would-be buyers weigh up the merits of each watch.
Elsewhere, there were warnings from Intel that the growth of the Internet of Things is reaching a point where it is becoming attractive to hackers. Interestingly, though, smartphone security remains reasonably strong.
Finally, Intel took the wraps off its latest chipset, codenamed Skylake, which it promised would bring numerous benefits to devices. The company hopes to entice buyers by complementing its offerings with the recent launch of Windows 10.
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