Gadgets News

Intel Unveils Own Smartwatch Prototype

It comes as no surprise that Intel unveiled their very own Smartwatch prototype during their CES press conference held today. We have known for a while that the semiconductor giant has been eyeing the wearables market, much like every other top-dog in the industry.

Sony SmartBand Wearable Announced

Sony today announced SmartBand SWR10, a 'SmartWear' wearable gadget that connects with a compatible Smartphone over Bluetooth and allows users to record their activities under Lifelog (whether it be running or cycling or even sitting and travelling by train).

Pebble Steel Announced For $249

As promised, Pebble indeed announced something special at their CES press conference this year. The world's first smash-hit smartwatch of Kickstarter success fame announced the Pebble Steel, a new smartwatch made of... guess what?... steel of course.

Qualcomm Announces Snapdragon 602A

In addition to Google and NVIDIA, Qualcomm too is shifting focus to automobiles. While the Snapdragon 802 targets your living room, the Snapdragon 602A wants to take over your primary mode of transportation. Based on the Snapdragon 600 chipset, Qualcomm's new chip...

LG Lifeband Touch Announced

LG's big push into wearable gadgets starts with 'Lifeband Touch', a fitness related gadget that can serve as your health tracker. While this is no smart watch, it sure is a smart band. This water-resistant gadget can monitor your heart rate, calorie consumption...

NVIDIA Reveals First 'Denver' 64-bit Core Details

At their CES press conference today, NVIDIA unveiled the very first details about 'Denver', which is the company's first 64-bit ARMv8 based CPU core. Two versions of the Tegra K1 chipset were talked about today, one that arrives in the 1H of 2014 and is powered by...

Samsung Teasing New Wearables For CES 2014

One of the hottest new pieces of technology at CES this year is going to be smart watches. We have already seen almost half a dozen (or more) announcements made regarding wearable tech. Samsung here has been leaving hints, and now teasing us with what's to come.

Panono's $900,000 Indiegogo Campaign Successful

Panono Panoramic Ball Camera is an Indiegogo crowdfunded campaign that recently surpassed its goal of $900,000, quickly making its way to $1 million. Launched back in November, Panono is essentially an average sized ball that packs enough cameras to cover...