• Lenovo Yoga 710 convertible laptop launched in India: Here’s all you need to know

    Lenovo Yoga 710 is available in Platinum Silver and Ebony Black colour variants.
    Lenovo Yoga 710 convertible laptop has been launched in India for users who need on-the-go connectivity. Yoga 710 is listed on the company’s website for Rs 85,490. The laptop offers its users, four different ways to work – Laptop, Stand, Tent, or Tablet. Yoga 710’s hinge and touchscreen display allows the screen to flip around 360 degrees. The Yoga wireless mouse supports Bluetooth 4.0 and can be converted into a remote for media player, presentations and other applications.
    Lenovo Yoga 710 features a 14-inch FHD IPS multi-touch display with a pixel resolution of 1920 x 1080. “Ten-point multitouch technology provides a superior touch experience, greater responsiveness, and faster response times,” says Lenovo. The laptop is powered by s…

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  • Fitbit market leader in basic bands, Apple Watch set to grow: Canalys

    Fitbit Alta band that was launched recently.
    Fitbit continues to dominate the basic band sector in Q2 2016 with over 3.7 million shipments, while smartwatches saw a sluggish growth, shows data from research firm Canalys. Xiaomi was in second place, according to Canalys and its Mi band shipments stood at nearly 3 million, with Garmin coming in at number three (over 700,000 shipments).
    Fitbit has seen a growth of over 36 per cent year-on-year, says the research firm. “Fitbit’s remarkable growth story has continued. It has managed to do this primarily by driving its main competitors out of business. Jawbone’s shipments, for example, will soon come to an end,” ,” said Canalys Analyst Jason Low. But he pointed out there is pressure in Fibit from smartwatches, especially if cheaper ones with better battery life become more common.

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  • Microsoft Hololens available for all developers, can be yours for $3000

    Microsoft Hololens has received its second major upgrade with the ‘Windows 10 Anniversary Update’
    Microsoft Hololens is now available for shipping if you are a developer or a commercial partner of Microsoft. In a blog post, Alex Kipman, Technical Fellow of Windows and Devices Group, said that the company had fulfilled the first wave of orders from the company’s commercial partners and developers, and is expanding to all developers and business customers with its Hololens Development Edition (in US and Canada).
    Each developer can purchase the up to five devices from the Hololens website, priced at $3000 (approx Rs 2,00,000). The company claims the Hololens will help train flight crews and aircraft mechanics, golf pros and fans to get more out of their game, among other things. Microsoft has announced the second major updat…

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