Gadgets News

UK Gets World's Largest Wind Turbines

The largest wind turbines in the world are now operating off the coast of the UK. 32 turbines from Dong Energy, a Danish company, have been turned on in Liverpool Bay. They're 640-feet tall and use 262-foot long blades. These turbines build upon the Burbo Bank farm.

Standalone Daydream VR Headsets In The Works

Following the Daydream VR announcement for Galaxy S8 lineup and upcoming LG smartphone, Google has also announced that a standalone Daydream VR headsets are coming. At least three companies, including Google itself, HTC and Lenovo, are working on a standalone Daydream VR headset.

GE Appliances Now Work With Google Assistant

A range of connected appliances from GE can now be controlled using Google Assistant and the Google Home smart speaker. GE worked with Google to integrate Assistant support into its WiFi-connected products. Commands given to Assistant are directed through Geneva, a GE-made skill.

Google Might Unveil High-End VR Headset Today At I/O

Google I/O developer conference is about to begin and we are eager to see what has Google prepared for us this year. It is safe to say that we'll see more about the next version of the mobile operating system, the Android O, but some people also think we might see the next-gen VR

LG Watch Sport For Verizon Cancelled

A version of the LG Watch Sport is not going to be released for Verizon, reports Droid Life. The LTE-ready model has been entirely cancelled. Initially the Watch Sport was supposed to offer LTE on Verizon and AT&T. The Verizon model was first delayed.

Asus May Be Killing The ZenWatch Line

Asus isn't moving forward with its ZenWatch Android Wear smartwatch line, reports Digitimes. Sources along the company's Asian supply chain claim development of the smartwatch lineup is ending. It's decided against releasing additional ZenWatch devices due to low sales.

Microsoft Emma Watch Can Help Parkinson's Patients

Microsoft has created a wearable device that could help reduce limb tremor in those with Parkinson's. The Emma Watch is a wrist-worn device that uses "vibrating motors" like those in smartphones to "distract the brain" in such a way that abhorrent muscle activity is reduced.