Wearables seem to be like the next hot thing with everyone coming out with these devices. It looks like Lenovo is the next big company to jump one this craze. They have quietly put up a product page for the Smartband SW-B100. The device is said to be able to track fitness, sleep and heart-rate, but it also has another big feature that is not on competing devices.
It has been quite a while since we have heard anything about Google’s Project Ara. This is of course Google’s ambitious fully modular smartphone project. The idea behind it is that users can select each part of their phone (screen, camera, battery, etc) and create a perfect smartphone to fit their needs. Well it looks like Google is moving along with the project and will be creating an online store, much like Google Play for the device.
We always rely on wired connections for the fastest speeds available, but we are eventually going to be headed towards a wireless world. Samsung knows this and has announced a new development in the WiFi space which would allow users to send files, photos and anything else a record speeds!
If you own a smartwatch you know how frustrating it can be to try and type on the miniature keyboard that is on the small display. Surprisingly Microsoft might have solved this problem with their Analog keyboard prototype for Android wear.
Apple’s iPad event is just a week away and we are expecting to see the iPad Air 2 and the Retina iPad Mini. A Vietnamese blog has posted photos of what they claim to be an unfinished iPad Air 2. While we normally take these images with a grain of salt some of the details in the images confirm many of the rumors on the new device.
Windows 95 has been out of our minds for a very long time. With smartwatches being the new thing it looks like someone was actually able to get Windows 95 to run on a smartwatch, the Samsung Gear Live.
The first benchmark of the iPhone 6 has been revealed and it shows only a small improvement over the iPhone 5s. The first iPhone 6 benchmark is from the GPU testing Basemark X suite from Rightware. In the benchmark we can see that the iPhone 6 scores 21,204 points compared to the iPhone 5s’s 20,253.
Intel is very excited about their ambitious Core M processor and were showing it off at IDF 2014. The performance segment dual-core processor has a thermal envelope of only 4.5W, which makes it ideal for tablets, ultra-portables, and mainstream desktops.
After months and months of rumors, supposed leaks and renderings the iPhone 6 is here! Apple is releasing two iPhone models this time, the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. As you can guess the iPhone 6 is the normal-size model at 4.7-inches and the iPhone 6 Plus is the larger model at 5.5-inches. Both models are pretty much the same, but we will be going over the differences between the two and all of the information you need to know about the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Today we expect Apple to launch their new iPhone 6 models, actually in just a couple of hours. Working iPhone 6 images have been leaked by NWE. These images show a working iPhone 6 Gold Edition.
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