Category: Gadgets

5 Reasons why Apple Watch is doomed

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Apple Watch was one of the most anticipated gadget when it was initially released. They were literally flying off the shelves as Apple fanboys raced to the nearest store to get one for themselves. These days however, the sale of Apple Watch is plummeting rapidly, thanks to the availability of a slew of other better smartwatches in the market. Is the Apple’s smartwatch doomed, or is this just a slump they can recover from? For many, this is the beginning of the end for this wearable owing to these five main reasons.

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LG will supply foldable displays to Apple, Google and Microsoft

LG Displays foldable

Samsung is almost ready with a foldable phone, and LG and a few other manufacturers are not far behind. But the news that broke out about LG developing foldable displays of OMEs like Apple, Google and Microsoft has given the world another reason the accept the future – future of foldable smart devices. According to reports LG Display has partnered with Apple, Microsoft and Google to develop ‘out foldable displays’ for smartphones, which should hit mass production in 2018. Read More…

Lost your Apple AirPod? Apple gives you the option to reclaim it for $69

Apple AirPods

From the time Apple AirPods came into existence, the blogsphere had their views buzzing on the Apple accessory. Some thought it was a complete design anomaly while other went a step further, guessing the ways in which you could lose them. Well, frankly there are very high chances of you losing the Apple AirPods as they don’t fit perfectly into the ears like the Samsung Gear Icon X wireless earpods. And Apple knows that fact, and that’s why they have updated their service page with the options you’ll have to choose from.
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This wrist worn device turns your hand into touchscreen smartphone

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The new-age phones are smart, smart to the extent that you can do just about everything from taking calls, controlling everyday devices and making payments right from the smartphones. A California-based company called eyeCam thinks smartphones are just the first step in evolution of smart devices, the next step is wearable computing. To make this real, the company has developed eyeHand, a wrist worn device that turns your hand and fingers into a smartphone. Read More…

Giroptic iQ will turn your iPhone and iPad into 360-degree VR cam for €250

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Another 360-degree-camera will arrive in consumer market in January 2017 that is offering to turn iPhone and iPad into VR device. Giroptic, a San Francisco-based company has unveiled a small 360-degree camera that provides VR-ready media that can be instantly shared on social media platforms. The camera is of the size of a ping-pong ball and connects to iOS devices through lighting port. The cam offers photos and video recording at a resolution of 4K, which is higher than other competitors in market. Read More…

Segway One S1– Self-balancing, single-wheel ride to be unveiled at CES 2017

Segway One S1Segway Inc. is well known as a leading provider of electric personal transportation. The company had begun with its quest to deliver new generation personal mobility devices in 2001 and now it has penetrated into various markets including law-enforcement. In November, Segaway in collaboration with Ninebot had announced the One S1- a single-wheel mobility device for pre-sale exclusively on Amazon for $749.
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Moskito smartwatch turns into bike speedometer when needed

Moskito smatwatch

As reality has hit the tech community, it has become evident that smartwatches are not as popular as they were initially intended to be. But who says that a smartwatch should only do the fancy fitness tracking stuff? Moskito, a start-up company from Berne, Switzerland has created an analog watch that doubles as a handy accessory for your bike. It shows the current speed, distance travelled and the average speed over a designated route. While doing all that it stills beams notifications from your connected mobile device.
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Occipital Bridge rolls out next-gen iPhone-run mixed-reality VR headset

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The developer of the Occipital Structure Sensor, an iPad and iPhone add-on that uses infrared to scan objects and gauge distances, has now come up with the Occipital Bridge- a VR accessory for iPhone users. Rather, it will make Augmented Reality accessible to iOS users.  The headset is being claimed more powerful than other available phone-VR headsets.  The Bridge features positional-tracking capabilities that is absent in other similar head-sets.  The Bridge is a hint at upcoming future where phone-run VR headsets would be going through a revolution. Read More…

Carat Pro wireless earbuds coach you on the go

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Samsung has shown what wireless earbuds need to be like, and that said, things are only going to get better in the future. It is certain that your wireless earbuds will be mostly used during fitness activities, and designing them for such activities will reap profits for manufacturers. Since the market for wireless earbuds is still wide open, start-ups are investing their time in developing fitness centric wireless earbuds.
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Samsung Galaxy S8 to have major facelift and hardware changes

Samsung Galaxy S8

Samsung suffered a loss of more than $6 billion with the Galaxy Note 7 debacle, and more than that, a permanent tarnishing of global image to their brand. To rectify the situation, Samsung has big plans in mind, and Galaxy S8 smartphone will see a major facelift to place them back on the top position. This is just the tip of the iceberg, as the cosmetic change will surely be accompanied by other hardware changes to make this flagship irresistible.
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