Apple has recently issued a version 2.1 software update for the Apple Watch. This update mainly incorporates improved language support and bug fixes. The system now includes several European languages, East Asian languages and Arabic.
Apart from a larger language base in the software, the update also supports a right-to-left UI mode, which is an obvious feature considering the fact that Arabic is read from right to left. Adding to this, Siri has also been upgraded to understand Arabic that is spoke in Saudi Arabia and UAE; while a dictation-only support is added for a number of other [...]
Since, Motorola is planning to launch the Moto 360 Gen 2 in India today, we’re going to tell you everything you need to know about the fashionable tech accessory. But, before we begin take a look at our hands-on video:
The Moto 360 will arrive in three different sizes – a 42 mm male and female version and a male-only 46 mm model. The difference between the male and female version, is that the latter attaches itself to a thinner 16 mm strap while the former is compatible with a 20 mm strap only. The 46 mm variant is compatible with a strap that measures up to 22 mm. While the size of [...]
The Fossil Q Founder smartwatch that was only available for purchase at select Fossil Stores and their website, will now be available at the Google Store as well. This watch is available in two model options – light stainless steel case with silver-finish steel bracelet and light stainless steel case with leather band.
The Q Founder is the result of a collaboration between the three companies – Fossil, Google and Intel. The smartwatch runs on Intel’s processor while Google provides it with an operating system that is compatible with Android and iOS. However, the [...]
Motorola had released the Moto 360 Second Gen smartwatch during the IFA Berlin event earlier this year; however, it was not available in India until now. The smartwatch will be launched in India next month on the 1st of December 2015.
The Moto 360 made a very strong fashion statement by arriving in two models, three sizes and up to 300 different ways of customizable styles. It also came in two sizes – a women’s version, and a sport version with an on-board GPS and outdoor readable display. The device is round in shape and also has a men’s version in two variant sizes – 46mm and [...]
Here’s a successful Kickstarter project, and it’s called Block Wearables. This start-up company has announced a gadget called BLOCKS, which is the world’s first fully customizable smartwatch. Here’s a quick look at what you can expect from it.Modules:
The watch comes in three modes, namely, the athlete’s module, the business man’s module and the adventurer’s module. The athlete mode can be activated by adding a Heart Rate and GPS module to measure your pulse and track your location respectively.
We have some more news for you in the tech wearable department; Tag Heuer has launched its first smartwatch called TAG Heuer Connected, inspired by Tag Heuer Carrera, at $1,500 (Rs.99,653). This smartwatch was launched at an event in New York City and is an android wear powered timepiece created in collaboration with Google and Intel.
The TAG Heuer Connected is powered by a 1.6GHz dual core processor from Intel, and has a 1.5 inch circular transflective LTPS LCD display with 360 X 360 resolution and a pixel density of 240ppi. Moreover, this watch is protected by scratch resistant [...]
New reports tell us details about the price and availability of the ASUS Zenwatch 2. The larger of the two – 49mm version will cost around $170 which is Rs.11,256 and the smaller 45mm version will be around $190 which is around Rs.12,580.
The Zenwatch 2 is said to hit the worldwide in october. Some other features of this tech wear are – a new metal crown, AMOLED screens,Snapdragon 400 processor, magnetic charger cable, dust-and water-resistance and will come in three colour variants of silver, gunmetal and rose gold. The watch will also come with rubber, leather and stainless steel straps for the fashion conscious user.
Watch the video below for the full [...]
Apple’s very first wearable was unveiled last year along with the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus. Today, a year later, there is no sign of it in India. However we have some good news for those waiting to get their hands on the device – it arrives in the country next month.
The wearable went on sale in March, worldwide, after the Apple Spring Forward event. Although the Cupertino-based tech giant claims India to be an important market, it did not launch the Watch here at the time. The Apple Watch comes in three variants – Sport, Regular and Gold Edition. Apple Watch Edition (pure solid gold edition), available in a [...]
New reports suggest, that LG is working on a new Android Wear watch codenamed “Nemo”. And this could be the first Nexus smartwatch. What is known about the smartwatch is that it will have the highest resolution display any Android Wear watch has ever had at 480 x 480 resolution.
The connection that has been made is the due to the codename used. In the past, Nexus devices have used a similar nomenclature. Nexus 6 was codenamed ‘Shamu’, and Nexus 9 was ‘Hammerhead.’
Other rumours suggest that the watch will have a circular 1.3-inch display size with a [...]
Samsung has decided to up its game with its new Gear smartwatch installation. This tech wear is said to come with a rotating bezel which can be used for navigating menus, apps, widgets, notifications and can even be used to zoom information, as well as interact with games.
This is the first time Samsung is featuring a round bodied smartwatch. According to rumours, the watch will be unveiled along with the Samsung Galaxy Note 5. It is said to be running the latest version of Tizen 2.3.4 OS with a display of 360×360 pixel resolution. Other speculated features include, an Exynos 3472 dual-core processor, the Mali-400 MP4 GPU clocked at 450 MHz, 768MB of RAM, 4GB of on-board [...]
As reports previously suggest, Google Glass is making a comeback with a new pair of spectacles. The latest news, is that Google Glass 2 is actually being tested quietly in various workplaces. Reports also say, that the new version is already being used in “industries such as health care, manufacturing and energy.”
Sources from the Wall Street Journal suggest that the device features “a button-and-hinge system to attach it to different glasses”, instead of it being a full pair of spectacles. Therefore, Google is re-imagining their design to eliminate the previous hang ups of its device, such as style. In the process, we should perhaps soon get a [...]
‘Tech Wear’ is a relatively new concept that perhaps began with the introduction and launch of the Google Glass on April 4, 2012. There was a huge frenzy about the Google Glass and the things it promised its wearer – such as direct visual access to friends, schedules and Internet. But Google Glass did not work. Why? What makes products like Google Glass, the Neptune Pine, the Pebble, fitness trackers and other technological wearables not popular enough to cater to the taste of the general public?