Wednesday, November 22, 2017
Bragi OS 2.1 For The Dash

Bragi Headphones and OS 2.1 For The Dash

Bragi, the Kickstarter-launched company behind The World’s First Wireless Smart Hearable is at it again, announcing its second product (The Headphone) and a major software upgrade for its first (The Dash).
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Samsung Gear S3 Smartwatch

Samsung unveiled the Gear S3, a striking and innovative smartwatch that further solidifies Samsung’s leadership in the wearables category. Inspired by traditional timepieces and the art of watchmaking, the Gear S3 combines timeless design with the latest in mobile technology, including IP68 water resistance, mobile payments, LTE connectivity and built-in GPS, making it the ideal addition to any watch collection
Fossil Q Smartwatches Available for Pre-Order

Fossil Q Smartwatches Available for Pre-Order

Pre-orders begin August 12 for the newest display smartwatches by Fossil Brand, an innovator in both fashion watches and wearables. The Q Wander and Q Marshal smartwatches can be pre-ordered at www.fossil.com/q and will be available August 29 in Fossil stores and online at www.fossil.com.
How to Workout with your Apple Watch

How to Workout with your Apple Watch

Water bottle in one hand and gym towel in the other? Raise your Apple Watch and say, "Hey Siri, start an Indoor Walk," to begin your Workout session.
Olympics Virtual Reality Coverage on NBC with Samsung

Olympics Virtual Reality Coverage on NBC with Samsung

NBC Olympics announced that it will provide Virtual Reality (VR) coverage of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games exclusively to authenticated users of compatible Samsung Galaxy smartphones together with Samsung Gear VR via the NBC Sports app, marking the first time Olympics programming will be available in VR.
Virtual Reality: The brand new medium

Virtual Reality: The brand new medium

As the world’s largest gathering of creative, marketing and advertising professionals, Cannes Lions is not only an occasion to celebrate successful campaigns but also to discuss and debate hot topics, new ideas and emerging trends in the industry.
Coldplay LED wristbands are high techvideo

Coldplay LED wristbands are high tech

When they played Yellow, they went yellow. It doesn’t take a genius to programme Coldplay’s Xyloband wristbands, but the effect – at a Glastonbury that even the normally Pollyanna-ish Michael Eavis dubbed the “muddiest ever” – was to add a touch of closing-night glamour to a sodden Worthy Farm.
Bose QuietComfort 35 pair beautifully with the iPhone

Bose QuietComfort 35 pair beautifully with the iPhone

Bose announced the QuietComfort 35 around-ear headphones and the QuietControl 30 in-ear headphones, both shattering the limitations of existing wireless noise cancelling headphones with an entirely new experience for traveling, commuting, creating, studying, or relaxing. The QC35 lets you tune out completely with the same remarkable silence of Bose’s wired QuietComfort headphones. And the QC30 adds something new -- a breakthrough feature that puts noise control in your hands, letting you adjust how much surrounding sound you block out or let in. Against a backdrop of quiet, the new QC35 and QC30 reproduce music with stunning clarity at any volume. The QC35 is available beginning June 5, 2016 for $349.95; the QC30 will be available beginning September 2016 for $299.95.
Red Bull X-Fighters using Intel’s Tiny Curie

Red Bull X-Fighters using Intel Curie

Intel is bringing data analytics in real-time to summer action sports. At the X-Fighters 2016 in Madrid, Intel is teaming up with Red Bull Media House to offer competitors and fans unprecedented insights into the amazing athletic feats accomplished during the motocross competition.
Samsung Creators

Samsung Creators is Accelerating Storytelling

Today Samsung Electronics America launched Samsung Creators, a new initiative that empowers storytellers, partnering with them to generate content across a variety of audiences and channels to show everyday creators what’s possible with Samsung VR technology.
IBM Watson to Monitor the Activity of Workers in Extreme Environments

IBM Watson to Monitor the Activity of Workers in Extreme Environments

North Star BlueScope Steel, a steel producer for global building and construction industries, today announced that it is applying IBM Watson Internet of Things (IoT) technology and wearable devices to pioneer novel approaches to help protect workers in extreme environments. The IBM Employee Wellness and Safety Solution, a research project that analyses data collected from sensors in workers’ wearables, provides data to North Star management in real time when the technology senses potentially problematic conditions.

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