A few days ago, Google officially confirmed that Android Wear 2.0 rollout has come to a stop due to a bug. The exact details about the bug were never released, but it looks like the bug is fixed as six more smartwatches are now receiving their Android Wear 2.0 update.
When the Falcon Heavy rocket launches for the first time this summer, SpaceX may try to recover its upper stage. CEO Elon Musk confirmed the rocket would launch this summer and that the company will attempt to recover the upper stage during the demo.
After the initial issues with lost power during operation, GoPro continues launching its Karma drone on more markets. Today, the GoPro Karma launches in several European countries and is available for purchase on GoPro.com and at selected online retailers.
SpaceX's first mission with a reused Falcon 9 went perfectly. The core mission was successful and the rocket was recovered once again. CEO Elon Musk called this an "incredible day" and said it's part of a "huge revolution in spaceflight." Reusing rockets can reduce costs.
Disney isn't going to use virtual reality headsets in its theme parks, which differs from Six Flags and Sea World. However, CEO Bob Iger is interested in utilizing augmented reality, which allows people to remain connected to the real world, unlike with VR.
Not only Samsung wants to have the best flagship smartphone, but it also wants to challenge Microsoft's Continuum feature that allows you to use smartphone as a full PC. Samsung DeX is the official name of the feature and currently supports only the flagship Galaxy S8 lineup.
Popular maker of fitness watches Gamin has unveiled its latest device, the Forerunner 935. The new flagship watch is designed for serious athletes looking to get the most out of their training. The "premium GPS running and triathlon watch" is expected to go on sale later this
Samsung has introduced a new Gear VR and accompanying controller, which will be available on April 21 for $129. The devices were revealed during Samsung's Galaxy S8 event. Existing Gear VR controllers can get the new controller by itself for just $39.
Using a robot from Starship Technologies, pizza chain Domino's will launch a pizza delivery robot in Europe this summer. The "personal delivery devices" will first appear in Hamburg, Germany. Based on their reception in that location, the robots could be used in the Netherlands.
Schools and businesses that are interested in using virtual reality may benefit from HTC's recently unveiled Vive Group Edition bundle. It has been introduced initially for the Chinese market and HTC announced it during the Vive Ecosystem Conference in Shenzhen.
To improve the Vive platform, HTC has launched a new peripheral that makes it possible to track any object in VR. Called Vive Tracker, the device features an array of Lighthouse IR sensors, a USB port, and set of pins that hardware vendors can use to add interactive buttons to
Google will release its WiFi and Home in the UK on April 6. During a small event in London, it revealed their release date. The Home smart speaker goes for £129, while the Google WiFi is £129 for a single unit and £229 for two. The Home will compete against Amazon's Echo.
The first rocket SpaceX ever landed on a barge is about to be reused. It is planning to use the rocket a second time on March 30 and it's already carried out a static fire test. Reusing rockets will be an effective way to save money and resources moving forward.
Amazon has discounted its Kindle models up to $50, though only for Prime members. For the time being, you can get the Kindle Paperwhite for $90 (-$30), the Kindle for $50 (-$50), and the Kindle Voyage for $150 (-$50). It's rare for the Voyage to be discounted.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, has launched a new company, Neuralink Corp. It's going to develop "neural lace" technology that'll enable humans to merge their minds with computers and more specifically, AI. Musk has been interested in the technology for years.
As promised a few weeks ago when Movado announced it has partnered with Google, several popular brands including Hugo Boss, Diesel and Tommy Hilfiger just launched new smartwatch collection that is based on Google's Android Wear 2.0 operating system.
Apple is dedicating more resources to augmented reality initiatives, including AR eyewear, reports the Financial Times. It's still a year or more away from debuting any devices, but Apple has reportedly been "stepping up" its efforts. It's building a consumer AR product.
Misfit Vapor was showcased at Consumer Electronics Show 2017 in January, but the smartwatch remained a mystery until today. The company has finally decided to reveal more details about the watch, confirming it will run Android Wear 2.0 out of the box.
Google's biggest competitor Amazon Echo is currently ahead of Google Home, but the company is trying to close the gap by introducing new features. Roughly 15 new services has been added to Google Assistant and they can be added via the Google Home application.
By the end of 2017, customers will have plenty of smartwatches to choose from, as more companies are announcing their first devices. At the recent Baselworld, Movado has unveiled its first smartwatch called Connect that is based on Android Wear 2.0 platform.