Our smartwatches have gotten pretty good at being able to detect heart problems, or at least notify the wearer that something could be wrong. This is great because these are problems that might not have been picked up until it is too late, and we have heard multiple stories of how people have had their lives saved due to early detection.
Listen, nobody likes cleaning the toilet and we get it, but unfortunately, unless you don’t mind a dirty toilet, someone’s got to do it. However, thanks to the advancement in technology, perhaps we don’t have to. This is where Shine comes in, where with the bathroom assistant, it will automatically clean your toilet for you.
The Apple Watch is proving itself to be a pretty useful health monitoring tool, where thanks to its built-in heart rate sensor and ECG monitor, users will be able to keep an eye on their heart health, and also be notified if there is something wrong. Now it looks like Apple wants to explore the possibility of the Apple Watch being used for strokes.
Bluetooth speakers are a dime a dozen, and for the most part, a lot of them tend to focus on portability which means that sometimes, sound quality is sacrificed in the process. However, if you are looking for a set of speakers that is both portable and has a good amount of bass, then Ultimate Ears might have something for you.
If the rumors are to be believed, Apple is working on a new accessory called the AirTags. These are essentially a competitor to Tile, a Bluetooth-like tracker that can be attached to all manner of objects to help users keep track of their items and to locate them if they are lost. Now thanks to a report from Mac Otakara, more details about the accessory have emerged.
Despite being primarily known as a company that makes amplifiers and equipment for musicians, Marshall has over the years slowly gained a reputation for creating some pretty amazing audio products in the form of consumer grade headphones and Bluetooth speaker systems.
For a while now, Apple has been rumored to be working on a pair of over-ear headphones. It’s starting to look like those rumors are gaining traction because according to a recent sighting, it has been spotted in Target’s inventory system that such a device could very well exist.
HTC has been working on VR headsets for a while now, and more recently, the company has taken the wraps off a new conceptual VR headset that they are working on. Dubbed Project Proton, this is unlike any VR headset that we have seen in the market today, where it feels like it resembles goggles more than your typical VR headset.
Ring has recently come under fire when some of its practices, which involved collecting data and sending it to third-party companies, were discovered. The company later came forward where they stated that in a future update, they plan on beefing up its privacy and security and also giving users an option to opt out of data collection.
According to the rumors and sightings in iOS betas, Apple could be readying a new accessory called the AirTags. According to analyst Ming-Chi Kuo, it seems that the accessory is being planned for a 2020 launch, which would coincide with Apple’s annual WWDC event where presumably that is where the device could be announced.
Oppo has a new smartwatch in the works and in a tweet by the company’s VP, Brian Shen, he shared a teaser image of the upcoming device (which you can see in the image below). The teaser only shows part of the Oppo Watch but according to Shen, the device will come with a curved screen and also 3D glass.
Last year, Samsung kind of launched the Galaxy Home Mini. However, its launch was classified as a beta and it was only available in South Korea. It was expected that the company would launch the device at its Galaxy Unpacked event last week, but that did not happen. Instead, Samsung once again kind of launched the device as a bundle with Galaxy S20 orders.
If you recall, last week there was a rumor that Apple could be working on a new pair of AirPods in the form of the AirPods Pro Lite. The original report claimed that the earbuds were on track for a launch in Q2 2020, but now according to a new report from DigiTimes, they are claiming that the earbuds have since been “delayed”.
Unless you own the cellular version of the Apple Watch, there is a good chance that almost everything you do on the Apple Watch requires that it be tethered to your iPhone. While most of us typically travel with our phone and our smartwatch at the same time, this isn’t really an issue, but for those seeking a bit of independence, then this can be troublesome.