apple iwatch front ui 640x360The Apple Watch is said to enter mass production in January and is pegged for a possible release around Valentine’s Day in 2015. The device is one that is highly-anticipated, despite the fact that there have been several smartwatches released into the market ahead of the Apple Watch, but given that it is Apple, the hype is understandable.

That being said, Piper Jaffray analyst Gene Munster recently advised in a note to his clients that they should expect conservative sales of the Apple Watch during its first year. He claims that “consumer application may be limited initially, until developers begin to create useful applications for the watch.” This is similar to the iPod which took a couple of years before it became the icon that it did. Read full post →Analyst Predicts 10 Million Apple Watch Units To Be Sold In 2015



To the layperson, the iPhone 5s and the new iPhone 6 both have WiFi, but if we were to take a closer look, the iPhone 6 has 802.11ac WiFi, while the iPhone 5s has 802.11n WiFi, with the former allowing WiFi speeds up to three times faster than that of the latter. Well to put it to the test, the folks at iClarified have put together a video to show just how fast the new iPhones’ WiFi is compared to its predecessor. Read full post →iPhone 6 WiFi Speed Gets Compared To The iPhone 5s


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htc recamera fcc 640x382Come 8th of October, HTC will be hosting an event in which we expect the company to announce a new product in the form of the “RE Camera”. While HTC has not explicitly stated what the product is, hidden images spotted on HTC’s website has revealed it to be some kind of periscope-like action camera that can be worn and taken underwater.

That being said, it seems that the device has recently been spotted at the FCC, although unfortunately it seems that the FCC filing does not tell us much about the device, save for a rough diagram as you can see in the image above. However the diagram does confirm the shape of the device, which like we said resembled a periscope. Read full post →HTC “RE Camera” Stops By The FCC


dropbox update image 640x384If you’re the type of user who relies heavily on their SD card in their phone, you might be pleased to learn that Dropbox has recently announced an update to their Android app in which SD card file transfer support has been added. This means that in the event that your phone’s storage is full, you will be able to move files from Dropbox to your SD card directly, thus making it a smoother and more efficient process. Read full post →Dropbox For Android Updated With SD Card File Transfers


verizon logo stone wallA few months ago, and much to the disappointment of Verizon’s remaining unlimited data plan customers, the carrier announced that come October they would be throttling the speeds of some of its users who might be excessively using data. This naturally did not sit well with Verizon’s customers and the FCC who believed that Verizon had an obligation to uphold.

Well the good news is that it looks like the throttling of data will no longer be happening. Verizon has recently released a statement in which they wrote that they will no longer be implementing the throttling of data to its unlimited customers, which aren’t that many at the moment as the carrier has since done away with the plans, which only leaves those who have been grandfathered into the plans. Read full post →Verizon Backtracks On Data Throttling Plans At The Last Minute


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8-megapixel iSight camera with True Tone flash

It seems that while iOS 8 has brought about a host of new features and improvements to the iOS platform, it also looks like the operating system has come with its fair share of bugs that are causing a lot of issues for its users. Earlier with iOS 8.0.1, the update was pulled as it was reported to have caused Touch ID and cellular service to stop working.

An update has since been released but according to new reports, it looks like iOS 8’s woes are not at an end. Multiple user reports have claimed that iOS 8 is causing a number of Bluetooth connectivity issues, particularly with their vehicle’s audio system. This comes from users who have either upgraded to iOS 8 or have bought the new iPhones. Read full post →iOS 8 Reportedly Causing Bluetooth Connectivity Issues


smartmat 640x334When we think of yoga mats, we tend to think of a rubberized surface that you can roll up, tuck under your arm, and head to a yoga class with. It’s simple, it’s portable, and it gets the job done. However it seems that some people have decided that the humble yoga mat could do with a tech upgrade, which has resulted in the SmartMat.

The SmartMat is essentially a yoga mat that will communicate with your mobile device via Bluetooth. From there it will be able to recognize that you are practicing yoga and will also be able to offer the user real time feedback as well as personalized instructions. This is done through sensors that have been embedded into the mat and will be able to guide users through audio and visual cues. Read full post →SmartMat Interactive Yoga Mat Blows Past Its Indiegogo Goal In 24 Hours


phone pantsPhones these days have come a long way in terms of their size. Back in the day, many were impressed with the iPhone’s 3.5-inch display, although several years later, the same people who praised it were quick to show their disdain for the smaller screen. In the meantime other OEMs have churned out phones that have displays greater than 5-inches.

Well it seems that the fashion industry has sat up and taken notice of these changes. According to a report from Quartz, clothing company Uniqlo states that they are working on redesigning their clothes to help make them accommodate today’s technology better. “We are having conversations currently with the product development team regarding technology overall, and how our clothes can provide compatibility from a user perspective. Jean pockets is one of those conversations.” Read full post →Fashion Industry Designing Clothes To Accommodate Today’s Larger Phones


apple pay 002 640x360When Apple announced Apple Pay, they revealed that the service would not be launched with the new iPhones. Instead it is expected to launch the month after, and if the reports about iOS 8.1 are to be believed, it seems that Apple Pay could arrive and be enabled with the next iOS 8 update.

Well it looks like the speculation could be true, thanks to a report from Bank Innovation who claims that their sources have confirmed to them that Apple Pay will be launched alongside iOS 8.1 later this month. It has also been suggested that iOS 8.1 and Apple Pay could be launched in the third Monday of October so we guess we’ll be keeping our eyes peeled. Read full post →Apple Pay And iOS 8.1 Rumored For Third Week Of October


moto x 640x305As we potentially get closer to the launch of the Nexus X/Nexus 6/Motorola Shamu, it is not surprising that we are starting to see more leaks. The recent leaked showed off the handset with its display on that confirmed it would run on Android L and that its code name really is “Shamu”.

Well thanks to the folks at Android Police, it seems that they have managed to get their hands on photos which shows off the device being used in real life. These are definitely clearer photos compared to the last post and it shows off the phone in a protective case, thus preventing us from seeing its entire design. Read full post →Motorola “Shamu” Spotted In The Wild In New Photos