Apple, Valve and Google aren’t the only ones dipping their little piggies in the wearable technology pond. Though wearable tech and smart clothing is still in its infancy, and most major investing companies are still leery of backing this particular horse, it doesn’t mean there’s not a demand! Thanks to crowd funding site Kickstarter, even [...]
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Google posted two new positions which list augmented-reality mapping as one of their responsibilities (here and here). New job postings are normally not news worthy, but this is amid whispers of Google ramping up to release augmented reality glasses by the years end. The job descriptions certainly give a bit more weight to the google [...]
An interview with the core team at WiMM (Wearable Imagination) was posted on 9to5Google detailing the WiMM One Module and the planned ecosystem surrounding it. Designed as a programmable, wearable module, the device is anything you want it to be! WiMM Labs is also rolling out a “Micro-App” store where apps of all kind are [...]
We just reported on the Google glasses last week. Now, it’s all over the news today that reports have leaked about Google releasing their Google Glasses by the middle to end of 2012. Likely these glasses will be powered by a version of the Android OS and will feature a camera on the front as [...]
Amazon’s Kindle Fire has been setting the news outlets ablaze lately with it’s announcement and recent release. Though it’s not a direct competitor of the iPad, there’s nothing to stop everybody from comparing it to the current king of touch screen tablets. The Kindle Fire is thicker than the iPad, lacks a camera, has no [...]
The Samsung Galaxy Tab is one of the only other major touch tablets on the market right now other than the iPad. It sports a smaller form factor and slightly more portable design than Apple’s iPad. However, unlike the iPad case and accessory market which can get quite overwhelming from the shear volume of options [...]
It seems as though a stylus is becoming a popular accessory for touch-screen devices, such as an iPad. Available in multiple colors, these are some really slick looking aluminum styluses. It’s fairly affordable, at $24.95, but shipping is quite expensive. More info down below.
The Motorola Atrix 4G is “the world’s most powerful smartphone”. While it is fast, there are a number of applications that really don’t take advantage of the power. Speaking of power, the Atrix has a dual-core Tegra 2 processor and 1GB RAM. A small photo gallery is below.
Yet another Android phone. This one’s by LG, and has a dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 processor. What does that mean? This phone’s very fast and snappy, although Need for Speed: Shift took ages to load. Once it did, the frame rate was a solid 60 with no stuttering. The phone itself isn’t stylish at all, [...]
Samsung has just unveiled a number of new products at their keynote during CES. They’ve briefly described them, but they’re all pretty neat. The one that interests me the most is their new 55″ TVs with the 0.2″ bezel. Full photo gallery and information down below! Be sure to check the site later tonight while [...]