Google’s smart contact lenses are closer to the market

Google's smart contact lenses
28/06/2015

  More than an year ago Google reveal it is working on a smart contact lenses and it seems that they are closer to the market. As the Internet giant patented a way to package them for the customers. This is the first step for possible market debut for the new contact lenses. Google is working together with the pharmaceutical company Novartis to produce the new devices. There is no…

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HTC enters into the Virtual Reality with Vive

HTC Vive VR headset
03/03/2015

Media and blog leaks spoiled the HTC One M9 debut, but the Taiwanese company get an ace from its sleeve and enters into Virtual Reality. During the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona the smartphone manufacturer shown its new VR headset called HTC Vive. Unlike Facebook’s Oculus Rift and Samsung’s Gear VR the new device is allowing the user to move around with it. Vive – virtual reality with movement HTC…

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Apple Watch battery life may endure one day

Apple Watch battery life
25/01/2015

The latest rumors about Apple Watch is about its battery life which could endure up to one day. According to some new unofficial information it will endure only from two and a half to four hours in active usage. It will have up to 19 hours of mixed usage and up to three days in idle mode. These different speculations spurred rumors about the smartwatch’s actual battery life. Those speculations…

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Google Glass may come with Intel chips

Google Glass
02/12/2014

Google traditionally relies on ARM chips for its mobile devices, but this time the tech giant may equip its Google Glass smart accessory with a Intel chip. This rumor comes just weeks after speculations that the Internet company may abandon its little smart glasses venture. According to a inside information from Wall Street Journal, Google will replace Texas Instruments (TI) with Intel for supplying chips for the Google Glass. TI…

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Microsoft may join the race for wearables

Galaxy gear vs Pebble
20/10/2014

Microsoft may join the race for wearables as it plans to launch a smart device for the wrist. Probably it will be a smart watch and it could track user’s heart rate and maybe it will have more than two days battery life of regular use. It is not as shocking as it sounds in the first place. Because when Microsoft announced their new operating system Windows 10, in the…

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