Now, ‘Xoo belt’ that helps you charge your phones even when on the move

By on November 20, 2014 at 12:33 PM.

Now, ‘Xoo belt’ that helps you charge your phones even when on the move

Experts have recently created a belt that can help people charge their phones even when on the move. The people at Nifty have combined a belt with a battery charger so that people can venture out with just their phone and the clothes on the back and recharge on the move, The Verge reported. More →
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Wearable devices proved to be ineffective to monitor babies

By on November 19, 2014 at 5:08 PM.

Wearable devices proved to be ineffective to monitor babies

Wearable devices to monitor the vital signs of infants have not proven effectiveness, according to a British doctor. Medical professionals and consumers should note that such devices "have no proved use in safeguarding infants or detecting health problems, and they certainly have no role in preventing (sudden infant death syndrome) SIDS," said David King from the University of Sheffield in Britain. More →

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Apple releases WatchKit for developers to create Apple Watch apps

By on November 19, 2014 at 10:39 AM.

Apple releases WatchKit for developers to create Apple Watch apps

Apple today announced that it is releasing the first beta of WatchKit to third party developers. The WatchKit APIs will enable developers to create apps for the Apple Watch, which is set to launch early in 2015. The company released the SDK with iOS 8.2 beta, and Xcode 6.2. More →
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Soon, wearable devices for troops and civilians to get personalized health alerts

By on November 17, 2014 at 11:35 AM.

Soon, wearable devices for troops and civilians to get personalized health alerts

Researchers are working on developing a wearable technology that would help troops and civilians to get personalized health alerts, it has been revealed. The sensor and software development company has been working with UB engineering professor Albert H. More →
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The future of Google Glass looks cloudy

By on November 15, 2014 at 11:16 AM.

The future of Google Glass looks cloudy

Ever since it was launched, Google’s internet-connected eyewear product Google Glass has been surrounded by controversies. But that may come to an end soon, as the future of Google’s one of most ambitious product itself doesn’t seem so bright anymore. According to a report by Reuters, most of Google Glass’ app developers have given up on the project and are looking for or have already started working on something else. More →
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Apple Watch chip suppliers reportedly gearing up for mass production ahead of expected launch next year

By on November 13, 2014 at 6:11 PM.

Apple Watch chip suppliers reportedly gearing up for mass production ahead of expected launch next year

While Apple has not revealed a launch date for the Apple Watch, it is widely believed to be hitting stores sometime in the beginning of next year. According to a Digitimes report, chipmakers in Apple’s overseas supply chain are reportedly gearing up to begin production of the Apple Watch.  More →
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Samsung Gear VR ‘Innovator Edition’ announced, will hit stores next month for $199

By on November 13, 2014 at 12:56 PM.

Samsung Gear VR ‘Innovator Edition’ announced, will hit stores next month for $199

Samsung, along with a slew of other products, has announced the Gear VR Innovator Edition at its Developer Conference. The virtual reality headset will launch in the US in December in two variants. One variant will be priced at $199 and another which comes with a Bluetooth controller comes for $249. More →
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LG Tone Infinim Bluetooth stereo headset launched in India, priced at Rs 10,990

By on November 12, 2014 at 7:18 PM.

LG Tone Infinim Bluetooth stereo headset launched in India, priced at Rs 10,990

LG has launched a new Bluetooth stereo headset in India called the Tone Infinim. The headset will be available in all LG retail shops across the country in silver and gold variants, and is priced at Rs 10,990. More →
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Motorola Moto 360 gold variant to hit retail shelves soon for $329

By on November 10, 2014 at 3:26 PM.

Motorola Moto 360 gold variant to hit retail shelves soon for $329

The long rumored gold variant of the Motorola Moto 360 is real. Leaked images of the gold Moto 360 started floating on the web last month, and speculations reached a new height when it made a brief stop on Amazon. In a blogpost, Motorola announced several new peripherals for its smartwatch including interchangeable bands especially metal-faced bands in both grey and champagne gold colors. More →

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