According to Business News, Fossil will begin bringing Android Wear 2.0 to all of its smartwatches (for those following at home, that’s the Q Founder, Q Wander, and Q Marshal) starting on March 15th. Unlike most of the other manufacturers out there, Fossil has committed to bringing the update to all of its watches – […]
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2017’s Android Wear lineup is getting altogether new faces.
Movado Group, a well-recognized fashion brand in watches, is joining the Android Wear family this month with the launch of a “smartwatch collection” that will be branded as Movado Connect. The watches, which will start with five men’s styles, will hit the market this fall starting at $ 495.
Unfortunately, Movado is holding off on specific details — and even pictures — of the watch to unveil it [Read More…]
All Galaxy phones running Marshmallow and above will get RCS messaging.
Samsung acquired RCS operator NewNet Canada back in November, and the South Korean manufacturer is now integrating NewNet’s technologies into its phones. To that effect, the company is expanding RCS services to include “RCS-enabled devices, native/downloadable device clients, cloud-based RCS application servers, an interconnectivity hub among operators and a third-party monetization platform.” The company’s RCS solution will be available on all Galaxy phones running Marshmallow and [Read More…]
Beer, hockey, and virtual reality — a Canadian dream come true!
Sportsnet and Molson Canadian are teaming up to give Canadian hockey fans a front row seat for six upcoming Hockey Night in Canada broadcasts thanks to the power of virtual reality… and beer!
To check things out you’ll first need the Sportsnet app and a special VR viewer from specially marked cases of Molson Canadian beer. Load up the VR tab in the app, enter the [Read More…]
Uber’s on-demand online food delivery service is coming to India.
Uber has announced that its standalone food delivery app UberEATS will be making its debut in India shortly. The service is currently available in 58 cities around the world, and will launch in at least six cities across India.
From UberEATS’ Asia Pacific head Allen Penn:
I am incredibly excited about bringing UberEATS to India. This is a significant investment, it spans multiple cities and regions, [Read More…]
RAISR let’s Google show off your best photos without the extra bandwidth.
Google is constantly searching for ways to make it easier for us to share and use technology. Back in November 2016, they showcased RAISR, a new method for image processing that takes a low-res upload of a photo and uses machine learning technology to fill in the gaps between the pixels, so that the end-user gets the full resolution of the photo while using a fraction of [Read More…]
Wileyfox will deliver platform and security updates to its entire portfolio.
Cyanogen’s announcement that it was shutting down its services and OS caught everyone by surprise, particularly those that partnered with the company to offer Cyanogen OS on their phones. British startup Wileyfox has five phones that run the now-defunct OS — Swift 2, Swift 2 Plus, Spark, Spark+, and Spark X — and the company has announced that it will bring the Nougat update to all [Read More…]
Are you nostalgic about old school games? Well if that’s the case then you’ll going to love this announcement. Japanese game maker Capcom has just revealed it will be porting the Mega Man series (Mega Man 1 through Mega Man 6) to iOS and Android next year. Each game will be sold individually, but a
Why leave your digital assistant in just a speaker at home? Bring it with you.
Amazon’s Alexa voice assistant technology can be found in several different Echo products, Fire tablets and hotel rooms. Coming in January, you can add your phone to that list for $ 400.
OnVocal has announced its wireless headset today that not only does the things any other Bluetooth headset can do through Assistant or Siri when paired with your phone but also brings the [Read More…]
I wrote an editorial yesterday about how I am still using my Samsung Galaxy Note 7 and it still hasn’t exploded. The commenters in that post have inspired me to follow it up with another editorial. I no longer feel alone as a Note loyalist. Deep down, I have been a loyal Note fan since