Garmin Loads Safety Features to its Fitness Trackers Load Safety Features via Strava

November 12, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

A batch of fitness tracking wearables from Garmin will now be offering safer approach to its users. After having got released during summer this year, Strava’s Beacon safety feature is now making its way onto select fitness tracking wearables from Garmin. For those unaware, Strava’s Beacon was introduced as an app for users to access […]

Facebook to Complete ‘Snapchat-Mimic’ Trilogy with WhatsApp

November 7, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

If you’ve thought Facebook is done with their Snapchat mimicking, you are wrong. The company is now apparently testing a similar feature on WhatsApp to express its true love for the ephemerality brought in by Snapchat. According to the latest reports, WhatsApp, the most popular messenger platform in smartphones after Facebook Messenger, is now testing […]

LG Bidding Adieu to Modular Concept with G6 Flagship

October 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Moto Z and the accompanying Moto Mods have made quite a buzz. But way ahead of Motorola’s modular smartphone, it was LG who ignited the spark for modular concept in smartphone technology. Unfortunately, it never created a lasting impression, as a result of which the company is now pulling the brakes for its modular ambitions. […]

Google Android Wear 2.0 Smartwatches to Arrive by Early 2017

October 18, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s hardware division has started its long-anticipated run with the Pixel devices. Like expected, they indeed are creating a buzz  all around, but it now appears that Google is going to vamp up to make the next noise. The latest reports centered on Google’s hardware output now bring the earlier rumored Google-made Smartwatches to the […]

Babies Stay Safe with Bumbl; Smart Baby Car Seat Alert System to Arrive

October 17, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

The shocking revelation by a recent survey was that a child dies every 9 days in the U.S. from heatstroke in a car. A majority of these heatstroke deaths were accidental and had nothing to do with the profession or income of the people. It could take only 15 minutes for a child to suffer […]

Polar Lines up Optical Heart Rate Monitoring for Beginning Runners with M200

October 8, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Every time a Polar product comes out, it just tends to get better in terms of the predecessor. That’s exactly the case with the new M200 GPS running watch for beginners, which packs together some of the distinct features of a couple of predecessor with a catchy price-tag. The new Polar M200 is what we […]

Snapchat No More Just an App; Reveals New Hardware Device

September 24, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Snapchat won’t just stand anymore for ephemerality alone. The company is jumping a huge leap after revealing its first ever hardware product, or rather the company’s first ever product apart from the Snapchat. As a result, the company is also expanding themselves as Snap, Inc., the newly christened name of the now tech-focused company. Snapchat’s […]

CoWatch, the Alexa Powered Smartwatch, Finally Hits Market after Delay

September 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

It was during early 2016 that we got the initial preview of how Amazon’s Alexa personal assistant services would shine if bunched inside a smartwatch. CoWatch, the brainchild of iMCO, was introduced with much hype after being that device that brought the Android ecosystem and the Alexa personal assistant service under one hood. Despite having […]

Waze Planning to Kick ‘Tunnel Vision’ Out of Navigation with Tiny, Little Beacons

September 23, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google-owned Waze has accumulated a hefty community base over these years, all courtesy of its efforts to make navigation pragmatically easier. Waze’s desire to serve its community better has resulted in a number of navigation-friendly features, and here’s yet another one from the navigation app. The company has just rolled out a new tiny Bluetooth […]

Fitbit Lines Up Successors for Flex and Charge HQ Fitness Trackers

August 31, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Fitbit has announced the addition of two new fitness trackers to its existing series; the Fitbit Flex 2, the first ‘swim-proof’ fitness tracker from Fitbit, and Charge 2, the sequel to the best-selling fitness tracker from the company. Along with the improved hardware and design features, the two new successors also feature a host of […]

Philips Hue Gets Automated with a New Motion Sensor

August 30, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Owners of Philips Hue can now get relieved, as the company is bringing up an add-on to solve all your hands-free demands. Philips is now introducing a $40 motion sensor accessory for home owners to have their home lighting further automated. Packed in a small white casing, the new Philips Hue motion sensor add-on runs […]

Kobo Aura One E-Reader Gets Updated with a Bigger Screen

August 19, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Kobo is going great with its Aura One e-reader. The company has revealed its new line-up of updates for Aura One e-reader, which would make Aura One the biggest e-reader from the company. With a display size of 7.8-inch, the updated Aura One e-reader comes much bigger than the 6.8-inch Aura HD e-reader, which was […]

Google is Shutting Down ‘Together’ Watch Face for Android Wear

August 9, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Google’s Together Watch face won’t be going together with Android Wear devices by next month. The company has announced that the Together Watch Face for Android Wear, Google’s take on Apple Watch’s Digital Touch, will be shut down by September 30. The announcement has been made indirectly within the app, and users notice the info […]

Apple Watch 2 Likely to Free Up Interior Space with Thinner Display

August 1, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

There aren’t any big changes anticipated for the upcoming iPhone edition that will be released this year. But that won’t be the case with the Apple Watch successor, as the Cupertino-based company is apparently lining up some spatial tweaks by trimming the display thickness. The word comes from DigiTimes, which reports that TPK Holding, the […]

Facebook’s Giant Solar-Powered Drone Makes its Maiden Flight

July 25, 2016, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Facebook’s dream of providing internet access to over 4 billion people in the world is finally taking shape pragmatically. Aquila, the company’s giant internet drone, has just made its maiden successful test flight, surging the hope for a better internet-connected world in the near future. Facebook announced its massive internet drone program during March, 2015 […]

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