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Samsung officially launches the Gear Fit 2 and Gear Icon X wireless Earbuds

Samsung officially launches the Gear Fit 2 and Gear Icon X wireless Earbuds

Samsung held an event in New York yesterday in which the South Korean tech giants unveiled the Gear Fit 2 Smart watch which is a successor to last years highly acclaimed Gear Fit along with the bluetooth enabled Gear Icon X wireless ear buds. Let us now take a closer look at what these two new smart accessories has to offer: Gear Fit 2: Advanced Features for Fitness   The Gear Fit 2 is a followup to the original Gear Fit and outfits the activity tracker with a gorgeous 1.5-inch curved AMOLED display, dedicated GPS, heart rate monitor, and 4GB of storage for your music. Depending on use, Samsung says the Gear Fit 2 should deliver between 3-4 days of battery life with up to 5 days of standby time. The Gear Fit 2 will be available in three colors: Black, blue and pink   Features an ergonomic, sleek and slim design for comfortable everyday use Provides a Super AMOLED curved display with a high-resolution color touchscreen for easy fitness monitoring, or checking and responding to text message notifications Embedded GPS and HRM sensor for accurate data tracking of activity With the Auto Activity Tracking feature, users won’t have to manually activate the sports band – whether running, walking, cycling, or using a rowing machine Enables easy transfer of fitness data between S Health and other select fitness applications, and provides ‘Step Challenges,’ for 1:1 competitions with your friends The standalone music player provides a workout boost without the need of a mobile device   Gear IconX: A Simple and Wireless Experience     The Gear IconX are true wireless earbuds, each coming with their own batteries to power each bud. Where things get interesting is that they also have 4GB of internal storage for storing music, and are capable of tracking physical activity like distance, speeds, heart rate, and calories burned. Needless to say, they’re the perfect workout companion.     http://www.samsung.com/global/galaxy/gear-iconx/videos/gear-iconx_powerfully_small.mp4     The earbuds are stored in a pill-shaped case when not in use, which provides up to two full charges. Battery life is said to be around 2 hours depending on use (you’ll get more mileage by listening to music stored on the earbuds themselves, obviously). The Gear Icon X will be available in three colors: white, blue and black   Provides a lightweight, secure and comfortable fit with three different sizes of eartips and wingtips, and can be activated by simply placing the earbuds in the user’s ears Enables tracking of fitness data such as distance, speed, duration, heart rate and calories burned, and easily syncs with S Health Includes a Voice Guide feature that provides instant voice feedback on the user’s...

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JAMSTIK – The World’s First Smart Guitar

JAMSTIK – The World’s First Smart Guitar

Playing a guitar has its own charm. For those of you agree with this notion, no further explanation is required and for those who don’t, well no explanation is possible. Through the years and countless generations, the love for this remarkable musical instrument has grown further and further. Guitars come in many different variants that include your ever green acoustic, bass or the bone chilling electric guitar to name a few. Today we are going to tell you about a new addition to the guitar family which comes with a little touch of smart technology attached to it. Introducing the JamStik+ smart guitar, this is technically a plastic guitar neck with real strings.  Tugging on those strings won’t produce any of that great sound you’re used to on their own, though — you plug this baby into a MIDI interface or your smartphone with the JamStik app for Android and you’re ready to jam away. The JamStik+ works wirelessly with your devices using Bluetooth. It comes with an interactive guitar lesson app series and works with a multitude of other music apps, so everyone from beginners to pros can just play. The JamStik+ comes with 4 free apps, a guitar strap, 2 guitar picks and a rechargeable battery. Amazon is currently offering the guitar for $299 so those of you who are interested in having a few jamming sessions at your place should grab one...

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Google and Levi’s to launch the Commuter X Jacquard Smart Jacket

Google and Levi’s to launch the Commuter X Jacquard Smart Jacket

There is no denying the fact that Google and innovation go hand in hand. With that said, the world’s largest online search giants have yet again come up with something different this time around as well. The recently concluded Google I/O is an annual platform that showcases what the future (and Google) holds in store for us. Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects division (ATAP) made a bunch of cool announcements including the much awaited Project Ara (arriving in 2017), Project Soli and Project Jacquard, ATAP’s touch – sensitive fabric project. Speaking at the event, Google’s Technical Program lead Dr. Ivan Poupyrev, who is also currently heading the ATAP division announced a new collaboration with Levi’s to launch their famous Commuter jacket with the new technology built inside. Using sensors weaved into the fabric, Levi’s Commuter x Jacquard by Google Trucker Jacket connects to a user’s phone and allows them to interact with it by touching a specific portion of the sleeve. Functions include answering/rejecting calls, as well as integration with services like Spotify, Google Maps and Strava. Google also plans on releasing APIs that will open the gateway for more developers in the future. As far as the jacket’s durability is concerned, Poupyrev says you can handle it like any other jacket; you just need to make sure to remove the Bluetooth chip on the sleeve’s button loop before washing. Levi’s Commuter X jacket with Project Jacquard is expected to launch their beta this fall while the worldwide launch will be sometime in spring 2017. We’ll keep you guys posted on any further developments. So what do you guys think about this new “smart” fashion apparel? Would it be another addition to your...

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Huawei Smart Watch boasts to have more than 40+ Watch Faces

Huawei Smart Watch boasts to have more than 40+ Watch Faces

The Huawei Watch has made its place among the smartwatch greats such as the Moto 360, the LG Urbane 2 and so on. It offers an array of watch faces, feels like a premium watch and is just a cool gadget to wear. Thanks to Android Wear Marshmallow (Android 6.0.1), the watch has received a bunch of enhancements, including improvement in battery life. Huawei just released a press release stating that the Huawei Smartwatch has more than 40 stock watch  faces available to use. That is an impressive amount, but would you use all of them? What is your favorite Android Wear smartwatch? Do let us know! Huawei Smart Watch offers more than 40+ Dial Faces There are a number of technology manufacturers in the market that produce a large variety of smart products, including the-wearable. Among these high quality products, Huawei wearable taking lead with respect to the innovative ideas of designing, best quality and above all stunning displays. These are the essential requirements of the markets that can never be overlooked by the manufacturers. The Huawei Watch is the best wearable that offers an experience of a whole new level after the update of Marshmallow. This will certainly go to keep the watch in a strong position to sway over the market for an even longer period. On the contrary, other competitors could not consider this as a better option with their products. Smart watches by Huawei have the distinct qualities to allure the customer market, i.e. wide array of stylish looks and designs, manufactured with innovative approach and best display features. But the most amazing of these are the recently introduced concept of 40 plus dial faces in a single Huawei smart watch. It is truly amazing to have a watch of which one can change the dial face and not only the color of the dial. Apart from the updates, Huawei wearable are perfectly designed with a variety of designs and styles, so one can freely choose among these according to their taste or style. Huawei wearable, also, offer the ladies version exclusively. Again, Huawei is the only technology manufacturer to bring the smart watch for women; otherwise the rest of the market has no such approach to serve the feminine customers. Moreover, the large range of Huawei products vary in leather or chain strips, stainless steel body, gorgeous designs and classical black leather watch. Another aspect considered eagerly by the company is to come up with the products that do not get outdated within a short span of 1 year. And for this Huawei has already joint ventured with Google recently. The idea behind this is to provide latest...

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Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 will power the next – gen Android Wearables

Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 will power the next – gen Android Wearables

Qualcomm have just  introduced their next generation chipset the “Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100”. The new chipset is built specifically for the next generation of Android Wear devices, which is a pleasing sight to see. Previously most of the Android Wear smart watches are being run on the Snapdragon 4oo chipset which was a commendable chipset in its own right. The new chipset is said to be 30% smaller, while also being 25% more efficient in power usage. This should directly translate to improved battery life and a more sleeker design of the smart watches. This goes out to all those who doubted the survival of Android Wear. The future of Android Wear is looking really bright and we expect it be even more brighter. Source:...

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Gear 360 to be launched at Samsung Unpacked 2016

Gear 360 to be launched at Samsung Unpacked 2016

Yesterday, Samsung officially sent a teaser video for their Unpacked 2016 event,  where the Galaxy S7 and the bigger  S7 edge are expected (almost confirmed) to launch. Now, other than these devices, rumors are strong for  a VR device, code named Project Beyond. Thanks to SAMMOBILE, we found out, that the device will most probably be called the “Gear 360”. It is a circular camera, with two 180 wide angled fish lens facing all directions and is able to capture 360 degree content. The device will be connected with your Samsung device via Bluetooth and managed through a companion app  called Gear 360 Connect on the phone. So, with less than 3 weeks left to go, we are very excited for #TheNextGalaxy devices are...

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