Many companies are making a return to Hi-Fi with releases of audio products touting improved sound quality. From headphones to speakers, easily portable or not, consumers have a wide range of options available.
Remember the Toq smartwatch? The upcoming smartwatch from Qualcomm is now priced at $250 down from the original $350 cost. That’s good news for those searching for the right wearable tech product but find such gagets can be too pricey.
Ah, Google Glass. It’s from Google so it’s revolutionary. The new product may not be found on every geeky head right now but time will come that more people will depend on the glasses.
HTC sales are not so good but the company is not bidding the industry goodbye. Not anytime soon. If phone sales are going down then I guess the only wise thing to do is change the strategy. Move efforts from smartphones to wearables instead since the latter technology is still in its early stage.
So the Samsung Galaxy Gear is out but I’m not sure if it’s popular as the Pebble. I know the smartwatch will have its time and we just have to be patient. Perhaps if the Tizen version is launched, the Galaxy Gear will be favored by the geeks.
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Waterproof MP3 players are not as popular but maybe Sony’s new gimmick might want you to get this Bottled Walkman. Yep, it’s sold inside a bottle to show you that it really is waterproof and can withstand being underwater for a long time.
If you’re one of the many early smartwatch adapters, you may be happy that the Pebble watch is doing great. But for the Android users, the mobile app version has been delayed for some time.
Airlines using tablets in operations as an effort to go digital and paperless is nothing new. While most use iPads, Delta Airlines prefers Microsoft’s Surface 2 tablets that they ordered 11k units last year.
I was expecting something like this to happen but not this soon. Virgin Atlantic has just implemented a new gimmick for a more efficient and digitized airport check-in. Staff of the airline now use Google Glass, as well as, the Sony Smartwatch 2 as they greet passengers. This experience is initially for First Class passengers checking in at the Heathrow Airport Terminal 3.
The Jolla smartphone boasts of a unique phone back that features NFC. Nope, the NFC isn’t used for wireless shopping but for software customization. Called as The Other Half, the cover is now made available in the market with a $40 price tag.