Gadgets

Apple’s New Watch Series to Feature a Larger Edge-to-Edge Display

September 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple will be having some big changes in its new iteration of the Watch when it hit the stores in the coming weeks. As per new reports, the upcoming Apple Watch Series 4 will have a redesigned look that will see a bigger display embedded on the front of the device. Apple will be carrying […]

Lenovo Smart Display with Google Assistant is Here

July 31, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

In case you missed, Lenovo has become the first device maker to launch an Android Things-powered device with smart display.  The product is expected to pose huge competition for Amazon’s Echo Show. The 8-inch model will be sold at a price of $199 while the 10-inch model will come at price tag of $249. The […]

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen Could Do Much More than Just Making Notes and Drawings

July 6, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung will have its new Galaxy Note unveiled at the Unpacked event that will be held in New York on August 9. Rumors have already thrown light over the specifications of the device, and quite apparently, the Note 9 might not be offering a big upgrade to the Note 8 device. However, there are still […]

Huawei Wants to Make Room for Wireless Earbuds in Its Next Smartwatch

July 4, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Wireless earbuds are a handy gadget, but it possesses the very same problem every tiny gadget in this word has: being lost. Almost every wireless earbuds nowadays offer carry case, but that won’t quite seem convenient for all. And once you have it taken out without the bundled case, chances are that you might end […]

Microsoft wants to Narrow PC-Smartphone Rift with a Pocketable Surface

July 2, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s becoming quite a while since we have started hearing about the ambitious project from Microsoft called the Andromeda. Prospected as a real gamechanger in the computing industry, Andromeda is Microsoft’s attempt to bridge the gap between PCs and smartphones in the most cutting-edge manner. Unfortunately, we haven’t had many details about the device till […]

Samsung Smartwatch Likely to Return to Android This Year

May 22, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Samsung is truly among the early adopters of smartwatch technology. Even before Google came up with a dedicated platform for the smartwatch, Samsung came out with its own custom built Android-based smartwatch. But the lackluster reception it received in the markets forced the South Korean manufacturers to switch to its Tizen OS. Samsung did make […]

Google Reportedly Working on a Standalone AR Headset

May 21, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google is back into the wearable segment, and this time, they seemingly appear to be delivering a more solid outcome than the ill-fated Google Glass. According to newly emerged reports, the Mountain View Company is working on an AR headset that could push the limits of what we are being offered today. Codenamed the A65, […]

Google Clips AI Camera can Now Shoot More Candid Family Moments

May 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google Clips, the AI-backed camera that was designed to capture the moments you would miss with your smartphone, is getting bettered to deliver the promise it makes. The camera is now getting a firmware update that’s aimed to recognize and capture more of the unpredicted events and moments. Google Clips, the one of its kind […]

Google Likely to Launch Pixel-Branded Smartwatches alongside Pixel 3

May 14, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It’s no big secret that Google would be launching the third successive iteration of its Pixel branded smartphones this year. While official words are yet to arrive, leaks and reports have started pointing towards a fall release for the smartphone release. That pretty much falls in line with the usual period of launch for the […]

Qualcomm Promises Update to Outdated Smartwatch Processor

May 11, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Qualcomm has promised that it won’t be following the path laid by Intel in terms of smartwatch processors. The chipset manufacturer said that they will be coming up with a third gen chip for smartwatches, or more particularly for the Wear OS running devices. The word comes from Qualcom Senior Director for Wearables Pankaj Kedia, […]

Apple Working on VR/AR Headset that Could be the Real Game Changer

May 1, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Apple’s apparent interest in augmented reality has fuelled stories paired with augmented reality glasses off late. But the Cupertino Company isn’t interested solely in AR, it seems. Instead, the company is vamping up its interest in virtual reality to come up with a powerful product that blends the two inside it. Newly emerged reports suggest […]

Snapchat Spectacles Isn’t Dead; FCC Confirms Second-Gen Wearable

April 12, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat Spectacles and Google Glass had nothing much in common, except for that the two wearables came out in the glass form. But that never stopped the tech world from comparing the two, as a result of which predictions arose that Spectacle would eventually end up embracing the fate of Google Glass. The strong marketing […]

New Oura Ring Lives up to the Smart Ring Tag, Unlike its Predecessor

March 19, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Oura’s first generation of smart rings was able to deliver the point it desired to make. But that wasn’t enough to woo the buyers, as it essentially failed to take the form of a ring like it was called. That’s now changing, as Oura is now about to release the second generation of its smart […]

Heart Sensors in Apple Watch Can Detect Early Signs of Diabetes

February 15, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It is very difficult to identify and diagnose pre-diabetes condition in a human body. The traditional method of diabetes detection requires glucose sensing hardware. But the latest study by Cardiogram, a company that offers application which is able to break down heart rate data collected by the Apple Watch, reveals that the watch can help […]

Google Clips is Out; Camera Deploys AI Capabilities to Go Clicking

January 30, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Capturing your perfect moments means a lot. But often we end up not getting enough of those moments on camera due to our complete involvement in the event. Setting the timer, or asking someone to click your pictures can help overcome this hassle. What if a camera captures all the interesting things in your life? […]

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