Google Will Be Open-Sourcing Its Cardboard VR Headset
A few years ago, Google announced that they would be getting into virtual reality (VR) through a couple of initiatives, one of which is its Daydream VR platform, and the other would be Cardboard, a very affordable VR headset that would make it easier for anyone to get into VR technology.

Apple Watch Calls Emergency Services After Its Owner Gets Into A Car Crash
One of the defining new features of the Apple Watch that Apple introduced to the Series 4 last year is fall detection. It was originally designed for the elderly if they were to fall and needed to call for help, but it seems to have proven to be a pretty useful tool in saving lives of people who might have gotten into accidents.

Amazon Echo Buds Could Soon Get Workout Tracking Features
A couple of months ago, Amazon announced their own set of true wireless earbuds in the form of the Amazon Echo Buds. The rumors, leading up to the announcement, suggested that it could come with features like built-in workout tracking, but unfortunately, the earbuds launched without those features present.

Smart Speakers Can Be Controlled Remotely By A Laser Beam
Smart speakers like Google Home and Amazon Echo have always been in the buzz for the potential security/privacy issues.However, this time it is something more interesting.It looks like that you can remotely control a smart speaker powered by Siri, Google Assistant, or Alexa by just using a laser beam.The concept behind the flaw involves a bug in MEMS (microelectromechanical system) microphones.The microphones are so sensitive that they detect the laser […]

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Sony Pictures To Offer An Exclusive ‘Jumanji’ VR Experience
Sony Pictures Virtual Reality and The VOID announced that they will provide an immersive VR experience to enter ‘Jumanji’.This should help to promote the upcoming ‘Jumanji – The Next Level‘ movie. However, unlike the original movie title, the VR experience will feature ‘Jumanji: Reverse The Curse’.The VR experience will only be available at select VOID locations in North America, Europe, and Southeast Asia starting from November 27, 2019.In the press […]

Apple Reportedly Partnering With Valve For Its AR Headset
For a while we have been hearing the rumors that Apple could be working on an augmented reality headset. In fact, according to the predictions of a very well-connected analyst, it seems that 2020 could actually be the year that we see such a headset debut from the Cupertino company.

Dell Launches A 27-inch 4K Monitor With Colorimeter And Thunderbolt 3
Not all monitors are made equal. While many share similar sizes and resolution, it is the finer details in which monitors differentiate themselves from each other. For example, some monitors might come with a faster refresh rate that gamers might prefer, while others might come with features that photo or video editors can appreciate.

MIT Researchers Develop A Device Which Can Cool Things Even Under Sunlight With No Electricity
Technically, the device in question here was first developed in 2018 by the researchers at MIT. However, SciTechDaily spotted the new system published in a paper published on Oct 30, 2019, which reveals significant improvements in it.The device can literally cool things down by almost 13-degree celsius even if you keep it right under the sunlight on a bright day using “radiative cooling”.The concept behind it is quite simple and […]

Google To Acquire Fitbit For $2.1 Billion
For years, we have been hearing rumors that Google could be looking to make their own smartwatch. However, that has yet to materialize, but it looks like the company could be inching closer to making that a reality. This is because following the rumors, Google has officially acquired Fitbit for a whopping $2.1 billion.

How To Turn On Fall Detection On The Apple Watch
The Apple Watch comes with a pretty useful tool in the form of fall detection, and here’s how you can turn it on.

Apple Releases New HomePod Update That Addresses Bricking Problem
As some of you might have heard, Apple released an update for iOS 13.2, but unfortunately during the update process, it seems that some HomePod users ended up with bricked devices. Apple has since warned users that if they have installed the update that they should not attempt to reset it or remove the device from the Home app.

The AirPods Pro’s Silicone Ear Tips Are Custom Made And Won’t Be Easy To Replace
The thing with Apple products is that they tend to come with parts that are custom made. For example, for years, Apple’s iPhones used custom pentalobe screws that made it difficult for people to repair the phone. Now it looks like if you want to fix your AirPods Pro earbuds, you might find it pretty difficult as well.

Motorola’s Moto 360 Smartwatch Is Back, Sort Of
In the early days of the wearable, they weren’t particularly attractive in terms of design. They were functional, but not necessarily aesthetically pleasing. However, Motorola came onto the scene with the Moto 360, which at that time was probably the best-looking smartwatch we had seen.

Apple Patents An Apple Watch That Will Keep The Band Consistently Tight
Just like most watches, the Apple Watch’s band probably does not fit everyone perfectly. There might be some days it would feel loose, and other days it might feel a bit too tight. However, Apple thinks that they might have the solution to that problem by creating a band that will be “consistently tight”.