Many rumours pointed out that a new flagship Gear S4 smartwatch is about to be announced at the IFA 2017 trade show, but instead Samsung announced the Gear Sport. The smartwatch still has the similar design from the Gear S3, but comes with some new improvements.
At its IFA 2017 press conference, Samsung unveiled a new fitness tracker, successor to last year's Gear Fit 2 with a few improvements. It still has the same 1.5-inch curved Super AMOLED screen, built-in GPS and runs Tizen OS, but is now water resistant.
Third announcement from Acer is about a new 360-degree cameras. Called Acer Holo360 and Acer Vision360 cameras, both cameras powered by Snapdragon 625 and come equipped with 4G LTE connectivity, allowing you to have access to the internet wherever you go.
Back at CES 2017, Misfit unveiled its all new Android Wear 2.0-based smartwatch and promised to launch it this summer. Unfortunately, the company won't be able to meet the deadline as it has now announced that the smartwatch will ship in October. The reason for delay is unknown
We are less than a few hours away from the official Samsung IFA 2017 press conference, where we'll see several new wearables. The company already confirmed that a successor to the flagship Gear S3 smartwatch lineup will be announced there, but that won't be the only new product.
Misfit has delayed the release of its first Android Wear smartwatch to October. The Vapor was originally supposed to come out this summer, but with the season approaching its end, Misfit has confirmed the device isn't going to be out on time. The new release date is October 9.
Google's mesh WiFi router product, simply called "Wifi," is now available in Asia. It's launching in the region six months after it became available in the United States. You can order the package in Singapore and it's reportedly going to expand to another Asian country soon.
Domino's has been exploring multiple innovative ways to deliver pizzas without regular drivers and its latest initiative involves working with Ford. A joint press release has revealed they're working together to deliver pizzas using Ford's autonomous Fusion test vehicles.
With Bixby slowly starting to reach more markets, Samsung wants to improve its products to support the voice assistant. Wacom, a company that specializes in digital pen, ink and handwriting, has been working with Samsung since the first Galaxy Note device and has since
Samsung Gear 360 (2017) VR camera was unveiled five months ago and according to new information, the tech giant is already working on its successor. Samsung has now filed for a new trademark that hints at the new virtual reality camera. The trademark listing confirms a model
Earlier today, Fitbit has officially announced its long rumoured smartwatch called Fitbit Iconic. The smartwatch is expected to go on sale in October, priced at 299, and we have now learned more about software that comes with the smartwatch. The smartwatch is powered by Fitbit OS
Aside from the all new smartwatch and new Bluetooth headphones, Fitbit has also announced a successor to its Aria smart scale. The new Fitbit Scale 2 is the first update to the Aria that launched all the way back in 2010. The scale still has the same features
Sonos is also entering the voice-controlled smart speaker game, an FCC filing has confirmed. The filing describes "product model S13" as a "high-performance all-in-one wireless smart speaker and part of Sonos' home sound system." We've already seen multiple products.
Sony is bringing down the price of the PlayStation VR. It has effectively announced price cuts for two bundles. First, the $399 "core" bundle will now include a PlayStation Camera, not just the headset. Second, the $499 bundle is dropping to just $449.
Microsoft is expanding what its Windows Mixed Reality platform can be used for. Headsets running that system, which are coming from Acer, HP, Dell, and others, will work with SteamVR games. Support for SteamVR will be present from the day the system launches.
SpaceX remains connected to the Hyperloop initiative partly through a pod competition and in the latest pod trial, the winning team's creation traveled at 324 kmph (201 mph). The competition's winning team, WARR Hyperloop, is a group of 30 students from Germany.
It's day one of Amazon fully controlling Whole Foods and it's already using the grocery store chain to sell the Amazon Echo smart speaker. The acquisition deal closes today, officially making Whole Foods a subsidiary of the large online retailer. The product is on display.
Dell has unveiled its own Windows mixed reality headset, the Visor. It's going to use the Windows Mixed Reality platform that's included in the Creators Update. The headset offers two 1,440x1,440 LCD panels, bring it to a higher resolution than the HTC Vive or Oculus Rift.
We've been hearing about Fitbit's supposed smartwatch for a year and now the device is official. The company has come out with a wearable, the Ionic, that goes further than last year's Fitbit Blaze. Unlike the Blaze, the Ionic is actually positioned as an Apple Watch competitor.
Fitbit unveiled some new devices on Monday, one of which is a pair of headphones, marking its first venture in the audio industry. The company's Flyer headphones are wireless, using Bluetooth to connect to your devices. They're intended for fitness-focused users.