Nike and Apple have a pretty good working relationship. After all the company’s FuelBands were pretty much an iOS exclusive, and let’s not forget the Nike+ technology that allowed users to embed a chip into the sole of shoes and collect information and transmit them to an iOS device for review after.
Well it looks like both companies could be working on something new again. This is according to Nike’s CEO Mark Parker who was interviewed by Bloomberg. In his interview, Parker does not specifically mention what kind of device they are making, although he did make a lot of comments on the wearable front, thus suggesting that perhaps a new Nike and Apple wearable could be in the works. Read full post →Nike Hints At Possible Wearable Collaboration With Apple
So you have an Android Wear device and you want to use it to perform searches just by using your voice. An obvious answer to that solution would be to launch Google Now, especially since Google was the one behind Android Wear to begin with, right? Well if you’re looking for an alternative, Microsoft has the answer for you.
Yes, you read that right, Microsoft has recently released an app for Android Wear. Interestingly enough this follows Microsoft’s release yesterday when they announced the Next lockscreen for Android phones. Moving on, the app by Microsoft is called Bing Torque. It has been designed for Android Wear and to activate it, all you’d have to do is twist your hand back and forth. Read full post →Microsoft Launches Bing Torque For Android Wear