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New Update For Google’s Wear OS Promises Longer Battery Life

Google is busy improving the Wear OS for it’s Android smartwatches and the company is planning to roll out a major update soon. Sources claim that the new update will bring several changes including the battery saver mode. The upcoming changes can be spotted in the Google support blog, which list all the new features in detail. Read More

Google’s Android Wear Will Soon Be Wear OS

Google is making major improvements and design changes these days and now it shall be renaming Android Wear and possibly with a newer logo. The news first came from a reddit user who was updating his Android Wear, where he received a notification with the Wear OS name.

The user also shared a screenshot of this notification which also shows the new logo design for the Wear OS. The new logo features a colourful design in the shape of W, very similar to Google’s styling of other logos. Read More

Microsoft Releases ‘Analog Keyboard’ For Android Wear

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Microsoft has just released a keyboard for Android Wear devices, but instead of the usual design this ‘Analog Keyboard’, as they’re calling it, will let you draw characters on your screen which will then be converted into text. For now, this keyboard only supports square displays with a 320×320 resolution, as well as the Moto 360’s round display. Read More

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Bose Launches New AR Audio Sunglasses In India

Bose has unveiled its new sunglasses in India that support AR-audio and is plainly called ‘Bose Frames‘. These shades will feature wireless music playing capability and will make use of Bose’s very own AR audio technology to enhance the user experience. The sunglasses is now available for purchase in India under the Bose Frames Lens Collection for a price of Rs. 21,900. Read More

Xiaomi Emerges to Be The Top Seller For The Wearables Market In Q3 2018

Xiaomi is definitely one of the well know companies catering to Asian consumers based on it’s highly reliable products and cheap rising for smartphones. The Chinese giant aims to be the best electronic device manufacturer in comparison to Apple, Google and Amazon and it could be inching closer towards that goal based on a new report from IDC. It states that Xiaomi dominated in the shipping of wearables in the third quarter of 2018. Read More

Top 6 Causes of Data Loss and Preventive Measures

While data loss may appear unavoidable, it can be prevented with proper safeguards and precautions in place. You first need to understand the primary warning signs and causes for potential data loss. Once you have the knowledge, your next step is to learn the prevention measures. With this information at hand, you should be in a position to take the necessary steps towards preventing data loss from happening. Read More

Microsoft Unveils Noise-Cancelling Surface Headphones

Microsoft announced a range of new products yesterday including the Surface Pro, Laptop, and Studio devices. But the company was not done there as there was one more surprise remaining for the crowd. They launched the new Surface headphones, which is a completely new territory for Microsoft as they venture into the headphone market with these noise-cancelling headphones. Read More

Google’s Android Wear 2.0 Launched

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Google’s Android Wear 2.0 has finally made its way to the markets after a long wait. It features a standalone Android Play Support and bring on-watch Google Play Store with an integration of Google Assistant. The tech giant has partnered with LG and brings two all new watch segments for the users with an enhanced Android experience, LG Watch Style and the LG Watch Sport, running on the Android Wear 2.0. Read More

Pokemon Go Available From This July On iOS and Android

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The reality free-to-play mobile game Pokémon Go,  from Niantic, will be accessible from this July on iOS and android. Nintendo announced the release of the game on second-day of E3 live stream, but didn’t give any fixed date, but you can get wrist-worn wearable called Pokémon Go Plus that lets you play the game without using your smartphone, the cost is $34.99. Unfortunately, it won’t be quite ready at launch, Nintendo.  Read More