Apple and Nike have announced the launch of the Apple Watch Nike+ at Apple’s September 7 event for people who love to run
Apple and Nike have announced the launch of the Apple Watch Nike+ at Apple’s September 7 event. The companies are hailing the Apple Watch Nike+ as the ultimate tool for people who runs. This watch will be paired with exclusive Nike Sport Bands. Apple Watch Series 2 features GPS, a two-times-brighter display, and water resistance 50 metres. The watch is powered by a dual-core processor and watchOS 3.
Apple Watch Nike+ will also get exclusive Siri commands and an iconic Nike watch face. It will also get a deep integration with the Nike+ Run Club app. This app will help you make coaching plans that will adapt to your personal schedule and progress, with the guidance from coaches and athletes.
“Apple Watch is the ultima…
Apple Watch Series 2 features a dual core processor and a new GPU that gives twice the performance from the previous generation
Apple has announced its Apple Watch Series 2 at the live event today. Tim Cook took to stage to announce the introduction of a new generation in Apple’s smartwatch.
” Apple Watch is the best way to get notifications. It allows you to quickly and conveniently pay for things. Apple Watch is number two after Rolex in watch brands in the world. It is also the number one selling smartwatch as well,” said Time Cook
The new watch features a dual core processor and a new GPU that gives twice the performance from the previous generation. The display on the Series 2 Apple Watch is 1000 nits, which Apple claims will make for better readability in the sun.
Apple Watch Series 2 is waterproof up to 50m, making it good for sw…
iBall Musi Dangle and Musi Square are compact speakers and can be paired with smartphones, tablets or any other Bluetooth-enabled device.
iBall has launched its new range of Bluetooth speakers called Musi Dangle and Musi Square. The devices are priced at Rs 799 and Rs 1,099 respectively. iBall Musi Dangle sports a lancet strap, and Musi Square comes with a carbineer, that makes it convenient to carry around.
iBall Musi Dangle and Musi Square are packed with a 3W speaker. Te company claims to offer a music playback time of up to 4 hours with the devices. There’s also a built-in microphone that allow users to make and receive calls via a Bluetooth-enabled smartphone.
“The way we listen to music is changing in this new era of smart phones, tablets and Laptops…. iBall presents exclusive and excellent sound in sub-thousand rupee segme…
Asus ZenBook Flip UX360CA has been launched in India at Rs 46,990.
Asus ZenBook Flipk UX360CA has been launched in India today at a price of Rs 46,990, and it will be available in retail stores across the country. The ZenBook Flip as the name suggests has a 360-degrees rotatable display. The laptop is made from solid aluminum and is 13.9mm thick, and weighs 1.3kg.
Asus has given this one a ‘spun-metal finish’ with the “Zen-inspired pattern of concentric circles” design on the cover. It will come in two colour options called Icicle Gold and Mineral Grey. The ZenBook Flip has a 13.3-inch touchscreen with upto QHD+ (3200 x 1800) resolution. The display is an LED backlit starting at FHD (1920×1080) resolution.
The ZenBook Flip will run the 6th-generation Intel core m7 6Y30 Processor ((4M Cache, up to 2.2 GHz) with Integrated Intel HD Gr…
Fitbit, which recently introduced its Charge 2 and Flex 2 fitness bands, captured 25.4 per cent of the market with sales growth of nearly 29 per cent.
Fitbit extended its lead in the market for connected wearables in the second quarter amid a sharp drop in Apple Watch sales, a survey showed. The survey by research firm IDC said the global wearables market grew 26.1 per cent from a year ago to 22.5 million units.
Fitbit, which recently introduced its Charge 2 and Flex 2 fitness bands, captured 25.4 per cent of the market with sales growth of nearly 29 per cent, IDC said. Chinese electronics group Xiaomi was second with a market share of 14 per cent, with modest sales growth of 2.5 per cent, according to the survey.
Apple, which introduced its smartwatch a year ago, saw a 56.7 per cent year-over-year drop in sales of the device, IDC said. App…
Apple has a history of preemptively doing away with older technologies, often prompting lamentations from users — at least until they got used to it.
When Apple shows off its latest iPhone on Wednesday, it will answer a question it hasn’t had to address in years: “What’s it putting in the box?” (Besides the iPhone itself, that is.)
The iPhone has traditionally shipped with a pair of Apple’s iconic earbuds, made famous in early advertising for the iPod music player. But tech analysts and industry bloggers, citing leaks from Apple’s Asian suppliers, say it looks like the tech giant has decided to do away with the analog headphone jack in the next iPhone.
That means the earbuds themselves are in for a revamp, one that could hint at Apple’s plans for expanded use of wireless technology.
IPHONE 7: INCREMENTAL CHANGES
The headphone jack…
LG Boom Blast LH62 is a 2.1 Bluetooth speaker, while the LH64 is a 5.1 Bluetooth speaker
LG has announced the launch of two new multimedia speaker systems today – LH62 and LH64, under the Boom Blast series. LG LH62 is a 2.1 Bluetooth speaker, while the LH64 is a 5.1 Bluetooth speaker. LG claims that the speakers will amp up the volume of your music to enhance the experience.
LG Boom Blast LH62 delivers 36 watt sound output, while the LH64 deliver 54 watts of output. The speakers have a Bluetooth Standby features, which enables them to be powered on through an earlier connected device. The speakers support FM, and can store up to 50 FM radio stations.
Boh the speakers can be operated via a remote control, and can be mounted on the wall. There is an LED screen that will show the station you are tuned into. The speakers come with a USB port, and has…
Alcatel Vision comes with a wide 12 degree field of view and a latency of 17ms, which claims as industry leading (Source: Alcatel)
Alcatel has announced its first standalone VR headset that differs from Samsung, Oculus and HTC Vive VR headsets. Alcatel Vision is a full-fledged headset like Oculus and Vive but it doesn’t need a smartphone or computer to be tethered to.
Samsung currently sells Gear VR which requires company’s very own smartphone, whereas both Oculus and HTC Vive need computers with solid hardware. Alcatel Vision skips on those tethering needs and runs Android out of the box. Alcatel Vision comes with two 3.8-inch AMOLED screens with 1080 x 1020 pixel resolution. It comes with 3GB RAM, 32GB storage, WiFi, Bluetooth, LTE, accelerometer, gyroscope, proximity sensor and a smartphone-like 3,000mAh battery. Alca…
Bragi’s new wireless earbuds skip fitness tracking, touch controls in favour of cheaper price tag (Source: Bragi)
Bragi, the company behind first truly wireless earbuds, Dash has announced its latest truly wireless earbuds. The new earbuds are still truly wireless but they are nearly 50 per cent cheaper.
Bragi, the company behind first truly wireless earbuds has announced a new set of wireless earbuds that follow on the design principles set by Dash. Bragi raised nearly $3.3 million on its Kickstarter project to develop Dash. Dash was an innovative concept combining earbuds and fitness tracker into a very tiny and independent package. With the Headphone, Bragi is setting a new standard for wireless earbuds.
Bragi’s ‘The Headphone’ can take on make phone calls and even activate voice assistants like Google Now or Siri. The…
Huawei’s 7-inch Android tablet will be a successor to Google’s somewhat successful Nexus 7 tablet from back in 2013 (Image of Nexus 7 for representation)
Google might be ready to launch a new 7-inch Android tablet in collaboration with Huawei this year. The tablet is expected to come with 4GB of RAM, according to noted tipster Evan Blass. Google had achieved some success with its Nexus 7 tablet back when it was launched in 2013. Since, then the market for tablets itself has dried up – so it is interesting to see why Google is planning to come back in it.
Huawei’s 7-inch Android tablet will be a successor to Google’s somewhat successful Nexus 7 tablet from back in 2013. There is no additional information on the tablet as of yet.
Two of Google’s smartphones dubbed Pixel and Pixel XL are rumoured to launch in October. Google has decided to d…