Casio’s Bluetooth 4.0 smartwatch plans are nearing fruition, with the first pairing of a low-power wireless watch and Android smartphone headed to Japan’s NTT DoCoMo in the next few days. The NEXT MEDIA PP N-01D offers the usual Japanese niceties, like a 4-inch WVGA AMOLED touchscreen, wireless charging, 8.1-megapixel camera, along with water and dust resilience, but [...]
The launch of Google Chromecast started a trend of putting lightweight but very functional computing systems on a device the size of an HDMI dongle. We've seen the likes of Dell's Wyse Cloud Connect , Intel's HDMI Compute , and more recently, the Acer Chromebit and Microsoft's Windows 8.1 PC stick from Lucoms .
With the LG G Watch R here at the start of the year 2015, we've got very little competition in smartwatches. There are several Android Wear watches made by top-tier brands and a few smart watches made by brands we've not ended up sticking with for long. But for now, it's a war with hardware.
The common objection to using your phone for purchases is that any sufficiently-motivated criminal could lop off yourthumband go on a spending spree. That's one of the reasons why Japanese carrierNTT DoCoMoandFujitsuhave teamed up to unveil the Arrows NX F-04G.
Another Bluetooth speaker? Been there, done that. Waterproof? Yawn. Okay, how about one that floats? If that caught your attention, check out the NYNE Aqua floating Bluetooth speaker. Connectivity: Wireless Bluetooth Enabled and 3.5mm Aux-in Wireless Range: 33 feet or 10 meters Sound: 2.0 Stereo Channel Output Power: 2200 mA Rechargeable Battery with 10 hrs.
HP's tablet ambitions don't end with the Pro Slate 8 and 12 and their ultrasonic stylus , with a clutch of new Android and Windows 8 slates unveiled with features like ruggedized casings, 2-in-1 docks, and more. Most curious of the bunch is likely the HP Elite x2 1011 G1, an 11.6-inch Windows 8.
Sennheiser's Momentum line of headphones has always been a popular one. The last special edition Ingress Momentum headphones was shown off a couple of months ago. The audio specialist has launched a new paid of headphones but this time, it offers wireless listening experience made possible by Bluetooth and NFC technologies.
Rather than a smartwatch, how about a watch that’s simply smarter? Smartwatches and fitness trackers have long tried to borrow from the traditional horological handbook, but tech usually trumps style; heck, the specter of the Apple Watch may loom over all wearables, but even Cupertino’s wrist-candy needs no second glance to be mistaken for something different from a regular watch.
Before the holidays Verizon was nice enough to send me the LG G Android Wear-based watch to test drive. It seems like I’m always excited about wrist worn gadgets until I actually strap them to my wrist. Once I do, I quickly tire of them. I was hoping the LG G Watchwould buck that trend. After all, I love Android and I love gadgets. But like always, my darn wrist let me down.
If you’re in the market for a pair of Bluetooth headphones, you’ve likely heard about MPOW’s foldable Bluetooth pair. Though no longer a new offering, the headphones have managed to catch the public’s eye over the past year or so and have since found a dedicated fan base hawking the headphones to others.
We've seen a lot of new gadgets and gizmos at the start of CES 2015 yesterday and tonight, it's Sony 's turn on the stage. While not giving any clues about the next Xperia devices, the manufacturer is focusing on its SmartWear line.
Up until now, any Bluetooth or Airplay speakers were dependent on the device that was doing the streaming, whether it be a laptop, smartphone or desktop computer. It’s no big deal that the new, portable auris zwing portable speaker/boombox does that, but it will also do it independently of any device—as in all by itself.
Smartwatches certainly have potential to have more functions than just display notifications, allow WiFi calling, and act as a health and fitness tracker. A smartwatch is such a small device but it can be powerful and highly functional and that's what the team behind the ReVault is aiming: introduce a smartwatch with wearable wireless storage. Enter the ReVault.
Recon Jet is nothing new. We've seen several pairs already. There's the Recon Jet Pilot Edition which began shipment December 2013 . Recon Instruments is still in the business trying to fill up that void left by Google Glass . We've had our last chance to buy a Google Glass last January and until now, we have no idea if there will still be another one from the tech giant.
While its innards aren't all that different from its original release, the Sony Smartwatch in Steel brings the heat with a body that's all-metal. It's Stainless Steel, high-quality looking and high-quality to the touch. This device still has a 1.
We’ve seen Qualcomm’s new take on biometrics , it’s only now we realize it has a proper name – the Qualcomm Snapdragon Sense ID biometrics. It’s distinctly different from the way Apple and Samsung has envisioned biometric security for devices – that is, through a capacitive button.
We've put a list of the best non-Apple smartwatches on the market right now. Check them out.You'd never guess that this is wearable tech, would you? This amazing looking piece connects with Android TM 4.3 or higher, and gives you notifications about missed calls, messages, upcoming meetings, events, and even local weather forecasts. Plus, it's also water- and dust-proof.
Sony may not have unveiled a new Xperia Z4 smartphone at MWC last week , which all the more confounded many industry observers, but it wants everyone to know that it still means serious business in the mobile market. That is why with its video ads for the Xperia Z4 Tablet , it is emphasizing on two different yet complementary features.