Earlier today Samsung announced their latest smartwatches in the form of the Gear S2 and the Gear S2 Classic. These are some pretty nice-looking wearables and the good news is that if you’re wondering where you might be able to get them, you’re in luck as several carriers have since announced that they will be carrying the device.
For starters T-Mobile has announced that they will be selling the Gear S2 later this fall. The price of the watch will be set at $5 a month, meaning that you’re basically buying it on an installment plan. There will be 500MB of data accompanying the plan, along with access to unlimited music streaming via Samsung’s Milk Music. Read full post →Major Carriers In The US Will Be Carrying The Samsung Gear S2
We know that Microsoft is looking into augmented reality with the HoloLens, an interesting direction given that many companies appear to be focusing on virtual reality at the moment. However could Apple be interested in heading down the augmented reality route as well? In the past Apple has shown some interest via patents, and it seems that their latest hire is pretty telling.
The Cupertino company has apparently hired an individual by the name of Nick Thompson. Thompson used to be an engineer for the HoloLens project back at Microsoft, and according to his LinkedIn profile, it seems that he is indeed working at Apple as a CPU software and audio engineer. Read full post →Apple Hires Former HoloLens Engineer, Fuels AR Rumors