Wearable devices might be the next big thing, but you can be sure that not every single release would end up as a hit. The Nymi wristband from Bionym is an interesting proposition, considering we first talked about it in September last year. Apparently, the Nymi wristband works by making use of your body’s unique electrocardiogram (ECG) signals in order to function as a biometric authentication layer for other devices, applications and services. To paraphrase it, this could be your central “password vault” of sorts, relying on your heartbeat to confirm your identity.
It goes without saying that any decent hardware manufacturer would want to make sure that their devices run with up to date software most of the time in order to be as efficient as possible. This particular update would deliver some anticipated as well as useful features for the PS Vita, where among them include the ability to show off over 100 applications on the home screen, in addition to a new Calendar application. Basically, the latest update would bump it up to version 3.10 if you haven’t figured it out already.