Motorola is mostly known for making phones, but they do make other products too. They have just announced a bunch of new wearables under their VerveLife brand. The products will also be on display at MWC 2016, and range from wireless headphones all the way to dog trackers.
The first product is the VerveOnes and VerveOnes+. They seem pretty cool as they are wireless earbuds, which are also water resistant/sweat proof, have 12hr battery life, and can make voice calls.
The second product is the VerveCam. It is a portable camera that is meant to take with you so you never miss a moment. It can live stream video to Hubble Cloud and YouTube with integrated Wi-Fi, water proof up to 30m, and has a 138° field of view.
Thirdly, VerveLoop and VerveLoop+, which are affordable earbuds. They have 6-12hrs of battery life, water resistant/sweat proof, and have a integrated mic for calls.
Next up is the VerveRider and Verve Rider+ headphones. Meant for all day use around your neck with a 12hr battery life, mic for calls, and the Verve Rider+ is also water/sweat proof.
Finally, the most hilarious one of all, VerveRetrieve. It is a GPS tracker for pets. Something about technology for animals always makes me laugh, but it will probably be pretty useful. You can use it to track almost anywhere with cellular data, it’s waterproof, and has 1 year GPS tracking, virtual fence and wander alert included.