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Intel Has Killed Off Its Smart Glasses Project

04/19/2018, Earlier this year Intel announced that they would be getting in on augmented reality (AR) technology with the “Vaunt” smart glasses. The glasses weren’t exactly ready for prime time just yet but were expected to be made available to developers who...

August Smart Lock Now Works With The Apple Watch

04/19/2018, The benefits to using a smart lock system for your home is that it allows you to control the lock using your phone. Your phone can also sometimes act as a key by tapping it against the lock via NFC to unlock it, and users can also use the phone’s app to...

Future Apple Watches Could Sport Removable Backplates For Upgrades

04/17/2018, Watches, at least the traditional kind, are meant to be bought and kept for years on end. This is because in terms of watch technology, there really isn’t much to upgrade, not like our smartphones or computers. However smartwatches have changed that...


Apple Launches Repair Program For Apple Watch Series 2

04/15/2018, With smartwatches designed to be worn on our wrists all day, this is where battery safety is critical. This is because the idea of your watch exploding on your wrist is something we’re sure everyone would like to avoid. The good news is that if you’re...

Apple Watch Could Get Support For Third-Party Watch Faces

04/15/2018, When it comes to third-party Apple Watch faces, there are pretty much none, save for Nike and Hermes, both of whom are more or less considered Apple’s partners. Basically apart from those, developers have not been able to create third-party faces for...

Researchers Create Device That Can ‘Hear’ What’s In Your Head

04/06/2018, Right now there are devices that can operate by reading our mind, or rather by reading the signals in our minds and converting that into an action. However thanks to the efforts of researchers at MIT, they have created a wearable that is worn on the face...

Apple Reportedly In Talks With More Companies Over MicroLEDs

04/05/2018, The other day a report from DigiTimes revealed that Apple could be launching products with microLEDs as early as the second half of 2018. TSMC is reported to be one of the companies to supply Apple with the microLEDs, but in a new report from DigiTimes...

Instagram Kills Off Its Apple Watch App

04/03/2018, When the Apple Watch was first launched, Instagram was one of the early apps that made its way onto the smartwatch. Unfortunately several generations later, it looks like Instagram for the Apple Watch is no more as the company has officially killed off...

Apple Watch Data Reportedly Helped Police Solve A Murder Case

03/30/2018, The Apple Watch can tell the time, it can display your emails and messages, it can also help you with your fitness/health goals, and it seems that it can also be used to solve crimes. At least that’s what seems to be the case over in Australia where...

Samsung Gear S4 Rumored To Be In The Works

03/30/2018, The Samsung Gear S3 was launched in 2016 and for those who were expecting a successor, that didn’t exactly happen last year where Samsung instead launched the Gear Sport. However the good news is that 2018 could be the year of the Gear S4, at least...

Robotic Exoskeleton For Skiers Takes The Stress Off Your Knees

03/29/2018, Skiing or snowboarding looks like they might be easy. After all it is letting gravity guide you down a slope, right? However for anyone who’s tried to pick up either sport, you probably know just how tiring it is as there is a lot more control than you...

Apple Watch Series 4 Could Sport A New Design, Bigger Display

03/28/2018, For the past three generations or so, Apple has kept the Apple Watch’s design the same. While some might argue that there is no need to change it, the good news is that if you were hoping to see a new design, you might be interested to learn that...

Apple Patent Hints At Face ID Possibly Arriving For The Apple Watch

03/25/2018, At the moment how the Apple Watch authenticates the wearer who is wearing the Apple Watch is through skin contact. This means that as long as the user has authenticated themselves previously, as long as the watch is touching their skin, but taking the...