After a number of fashion houses announced new smartwatches, Emporio Armani has also jump onboard the Android Wear bandwagon. The company has now unveiled its first smartwatch with touchscreen that is part of Fossil Group's 300 smartwatch models slated for release this year.
HTC Vive, one of the first virtual reality headsets, is finally available at more retailers in the United States. The company has announced a "large online retail expansion" that sees the virtual reality headset become available from BestBuy.com, Walmart.com, Jet.com and B&H, in
Xiaomi has announced that it is launching a host of new products in India, including the Mi Wi-Fi Repeater 2, Mi Bluetooth Speaker Mini, and two Mi Power banks - with 10000 mAh and 20,000 mAh capacities. All these devices will go on sale in the next few days.
We have already talked about a partnership between Polar and GoPro, but at the time, some things were not yet ready. Now, Polar has released a software update for the V800 sports watch, which means you will be able to control GoPro Hero 5 action camera straight from the wrist.
A record amount of electricity was generated from solar and wind in the US during March 2017. According to a report from the Energy Information Administration, the US received 10% of its electricity from those renewable sources. That's still far behind some countries.
Drones equipped with defibrillator units could work well in emergency response settings, a paper published in JAMA has concluded. Based on a simulation carried out in Sweden, the study found defibrillator-equipped drones could respond faster than regular response units.
Dell has just introduced its latest laser projector that can cast a 100-inch image from just 4 inches away. The Dell Advanced 4K Laser Projector (S718QL) will be available starting July 19, but the price tag is not something that you would like - $5,999.
The popular maker of various peripherals for computers has now unveiled a new security camera. The Logitech Circle 2 is the updated version of the original Circle camera and comes in both wired and wire-free versions, and both will go on sale in July priced at $179.99 and $199.99
Qualcomm chipsets can be recognized by the official Snapdragon naming, but they also have the official number nomenclature, which starts with MSM and is followed by four digits, e.g. MSM8998 for the Snapdragon 835. After the company announced earlier this year that its
Sharp, now owned by Foxconn, is aiming to retrieve its brand name rights from Hisense in the US. The company has been selling televisions in the US for decades, but it sold its name to Hisense in 2015. With Foxconn now in charge of Sharp, Hisense could lose those rights.
Heart rate monitoring technology could be integrated into Toyota's cars to improve driving safety. With the tech, which is still being researched, a vehicle could automatically pull over upon noticing a cardiac emergency. If the car notices a problem, it can respond.
A second version of Snap's Spectacles is in development and it may come with some new augmented reality features. Sources speaking with TechCrunch say the glasses are a relatively secret project within the company. Just a few employees know about them.
Ahead of a Father's Day, Amazon has just announced that several its devices will get price cuts for Father's Day. The devices affected by the price cut are Amazon Echo, Amazon Tap and Amazon Dot, as well as 10 Kindle e-readers. The sale has already started, and it ends
Besides announcing new high-end Honor 9 smartphone, Huawei also plans a new fitness tracker. This is now confirmed thanks to the leaked image of a press invite for an event on June 12. The invite doesn't reveal much about the device, but it should be called Honor Band 3.
Amazon has the Echo, Google has the Home, and as of recently, Apple has the HomePod. It seems all of the major names in tech are making smart speakers based around their respective voice assistants, so it's not surprising reports now claim Samsung is joining the market.
MicroLED technology could be used on the Apple Watch as early as next year, reports Nikkei. Apple is reportedly trying to adopt the technology in 2018 and it's carrying out a trial production. Due to the state of manufacturing for microLED, it won't be used on other devices.
SpaceX has obtained a contract to launch one of the US Air Force's X-37B spy planes for the first time. The Boeing-made planes have so far only launched on top of an Atlas V rocket operated by United Launch Alliance, of which Boeing is a primary member.
Apple will place screen repair machines for iPhone users in 400 third-party service center locations this year, making it much easier for people to fix a broken display. Reuters says the repair centers receiving the machine, known as "Horizon," are spread across 25 countries.
Google has modified the technology on some of its Street View vehicles to collect detailed pollution data in parts of the US. It's been working on the project for years and it's finally opening up access to some of its collected data. Scientists can request access.
Apple's rumored Siri-based smart speaker was introduced during WWDC on Monday. The HomePod can answer questions and play music, among other things. It's a clear answer to the Google Home and Amazon Echo, though its WiFi speaker features make it a Sonos competitor also.