Latest Moto 360 software update brings battery saving feature and mood lighting

By on October 22, 2014 at 6:12 PM.

Latest Moto 360 software update brings battery saving feature and mood lighting

Motorola has rolled out yet another update for its Android Wear Moto 360. The company announced on their official blog that the new update will be rolled out in phases via OTA and it brings with it a feature that improves battery life and mood lighting apart from fixing bugs. More →
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Asus ZenWatch shows Google’s plans to allow manufacturers to customize Android Wear smartwatch UI

By on October 20, 2014 at 1:00 PM.

Asus ZenWatch shows Google’s plans to allow manufacturers to customize Android Wear smartwatch UI

What began as an operating system for phones and tablets, Google’s Android has over time grown into other products including watches, TVs, cars, and much more. However, unlike the phone operating system where users as well as the OEMs are welcomed to customize the OS as they see fit, Google doesn’t allow manufacturers to tinker with its OS while making smartwatches and cars. But that is about to change soon, as evident in the recently announced Asus ZenWatch. More →

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Meet Fitbit Surge, the company’s first smartwatch

By on October 20, 2014 at 12:19 PM.

Meet Fitbit Surge, the company’s first smartwatch

Fitbit's last wearable was the Fitbit Force, a wireless activity tracker that was unveiled in October 2013 but was pulled off the market soon after it caused bad skin reactions for some customers. Now, The Verge reports that the San Francisco-based company is all set to launch three new devices into the market, one of which indicates the company's efforts to squeeze into the smartwatch segment. The new smartwatch-like device, called the Fitbit Surge, is all set for launch sometime this week and is touted as a 'fitness superwatch' that is  built on Fitbit's existing fitness wearable bloodline. More →
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Microsoft to launch its first wearable device this holiday season, to work with Android and iPhone: Report

By on October 20, 2014 at 12:17 PM.

Microsoft to launch its first wearable device this holiday season, to work with Android and iPhone: Report

Microsoft is all set to foray into the wearable technology space as it plans to launch a smartwatch within the next few weeks, Forbes reports. The publication further adds that the wearable device will work across several mobile operating systems including its own Windows Phone, and Android and iOS, and offer health features like heart rate tracker. The smartwatch, the name of which isn’t known yet will provide over two days of battery life, a headline feature that sets it ahead of market’s current offerings and forthcoming product Apple Watch. More →
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India has the highest number of smartwatch owners globally: Survey

By on October 20, 2014 at 11:54 AM.

India has the highest number of smartwatch owners globally: Survey

Tech-savvy Indians have emerged as the most hooked on to gadgets globally with as many as 95 percent finding their smartphones "critically important" while 75 percent use their smartphone or tablet to book a hotel, says a survey by leading online travel firm Expedia. More →
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Oppo VR headset could launch alongside N3 on October 29: Report

By on October 20, 2014 at 11:03 AM.

Oppo VR headset could launch alongside N3 on October 29: Report

Oppo is set to launch the N3 on October 29, but it seems like the smartphone won’t be the only thing that will be unveiled that day. The Chinese company is reportedly looking at launching its first ever virtual reality headset, GforGames reports. More →
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Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am launches Puls, a smartwatch with voice calling

By on October 16, 2014 at 11:07 AM.

Black Eyed Peas frontman will.i.am launches Puls, a smartwatch with voice calling

Black Eyed Peas lead and tech entrepreneur will.i.am announced his new company i.am+ and a wearable at Salesforce’s Dreamforce conference earlier today. The device is called Puls, and it packs several enticing features such as GPS, a music player, fitness tracker, and social networking apps on it, reports Wall Street Journal. More →
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Camera lens maker Carl Zeiss announces $99 VR One, to ship by December

By on October 13, 2014 at 3:48 PM.

Camera lens maker Carl Zeiss announces $99 VR One, to ship by December

Ever since Oculus announced its virtual reality headset, we have seen quite a many companies foraying into the space. Google unveiled its own affordable VR headset Cardboard at I/O earlier this year, and Samsung too announced the VR Gear last month at the IFA event. The latest to join the list is Carl Zeiss. Best known for its camera lenses, Carl Zeiss has announced VR One, its first virtual reality headset. The headset works with both Android and iOS devices, and costs just $99. More →
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Microsoft’s Analog keyboard for Android Wear lets users draw letters on the smartwatch

By on October 12, 2014 at 11:52 AM.

Microsoft’s Analog keyboard for Android Wear lets users draw letters on the smartwatch

While Microsoft is yet to launch its own smartwatch, the company is making sure its presence is felt in the smartwatch space. Last month it launched the OneNote app for Google’s Android Wear, and now it has released a custom keyboard for Android Wear smartwatches. More →
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