• Xiaomi’s smartwatch for kids is all about safety and cheap price


    Xiaomi’s smartwatch for kids puts safety at the centre of a cute looking watch (Source: Xiaomi)
    Xiaomi has announced a new smartwatch for kids in China. The smartwatch isn’t a new thing and gets all features seen on wearables targeted at kids.
    Xiaomi is reportedly working on its first smartwatch and has announced a smartwatch for kids ahead of that critical launch. The company is expected to launch the successor to its popular Mi Band on May 10.

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  • Noble 48-inch Android-powered smart TV exclusively on Amazon at Rs 39,999


    Noble’s 48-inch smart TV is powered by Android and supports Miracast for connecting mobiles and tablets
    Noble has launched its latest 48-inch Android powered smart TV in India. The company has tied up with California-based Skiodo for the internet connected TV.
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    Noble’s 48-inch smart TV comes with support for 2D and 3D conversion. It supports miracast for streaming mobile content to the TV.
    Noble’s 48-inch TV comes with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and has two 10W speakers for optimised sound output. The TV is powered by a quad core Cortex A7 chipset coupled with 512MB RAM and 1GB inbuilt memory.
    Noble 48-inch smart TV supports WiFi and comes with HDMI, USB and VGA port for connectivity. The TV is priced at Rs 39,999 and will be available exclusively on Amazon India.
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  • Oculus Rift delays flatten virtual-reality fan fervor


    Oculus’ longtime supporters have declared themselves alienated by the company’s inability to deliver (Source: AP)
    Virtual reality, oddly enough, isn’t immune to the problems that arise in practical reality. Just ask would-be fans of the Oculus Rift headset, many – possibly most – of whom are still waiting for their $600 gadgets more than four weeks after they started shipping .
    The delay, naturally, has sparked online grousing and even some data-based activism, including the creation of a crowdsourced spreadsheet for tracking who received their prized VR gear and when. Some longtime supporters of Oculus have declared themselves alienated by the company’s inability to deliver; others have defected to rival VR systems, or are at least considering it.

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