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While the advancement of technology has given us unprecedented ways of communicating with one another from all over the world, there’s still nothing out there that can compare to sitting next to the person you love. As a person who has had at least a few long distance relationships, I can…
Fossil Group, masters of cutting-edge timepieces that blend innovation with fashion, recently launched their newest collection in Dubai. This collection features a diversity of touchscreen smartwatches wherein stylish sensibility meets modern functionality. “Q Wander and Q Marshal beautifully marry form and function for a stunning addition to your everyday style,”…
While wearable payments are just beginning to gain recognition among the masses, many industry experts believe that wearables will match smartphones as a strong payment modality within the next few years, thanks to their convenience in on-the-go situations. Samsung has been at the forefront of this trend and has now…
Apple and Nike today announced Apple Watch Nike+ will be available on Friday, October 28. Apple Watch Nike+ combines all of the unique features of Apple Watch Series 2 with the new Nike+ Run Club app for unrivaled motivation to go for a run, guidance from the world’s best coaches and athletes and…
Featuring Water Resistance 50 Meters, GPS, Two-Times-Brighter Display, Dual-Core Processor & watchOS 3 Today, Apple introduced Apple Watch Series 2, the next generation of the world’s most popular smartwatch. Apple Watch Series 2 is packed with incredible fitness and health capabilities including a water resistance 50 meter rating for swimming,* and…
In the paper “Friend or Foe?: Your Wearable Devices Reveal Your Personal PIN” scientists from Binghamton University and the Stevens Institute of Technology combined data from embedded sensors in wearable technologies, such as smartwatches and fitness trackers, along with a computer algorithm to crack private PINs and passwords with 80-percent…
Rayan Moukalled South Korean scientists have made flexible ultrathin photovoltaic cells that can wrap around a pencil. These bendable solar cells can power the wearable electronics such as monitors fitness and smart glasses. The researchers report the findings in the journal Applied Physics Letters, AIP Publishing (American Institute of Physics).…
In the new Ericsson ConsumerLab report, “Wearable technology and the internet of things”, six in 10 smartphone users state that wearables have uses beyond health and wellness. Devices related to personal safety and security, such as panic buttons and personal locators, attract most interest: Top five most-wanted wearables across five…
The Babypod is a small speaker women insert into their, well, you know, that emits low volume (54 decibels) music.   Babies learn to speak in response to sound stimuli, especially melodic sound. Babypod is a device that stimulates before birth through music. With Babypod, babies learn to vocalize from…
Are you using a non-Samsung device and would like to pair it with your Samsung Gear S2? The Samsung Gear S2 pairs with smartphones running on Android 4.4 and higher with over 1.5GB RAM. Here is a list of compatible devices: – HTC: One | One (M8) | One (M9)…
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