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Smartwatches are the next big thing and everyone is looking to jump on the bandwagon. Now, news has emerged that Microsoft is going to come out with its own smartwatch. It is expected that Microsoft will launch it in October 2014. According to this article on Forbes, Microsoft is prepping to release its own Smartwatch in October 2014. Everyone is trying to make good...

  Google 2014 I/O Developers Conference has brought in a long list of announcements and product updates. Google unveiled the much anticipated Android Wear for wearables at Google’s 2014 I/O Developers Conference. If you remember correctly, in March 2014, Android Wear was exhibited by Google’s Director of Engineering, David Singleton. Even at that time he...

Overview Google’s Android Wear is designed to work with all types of wearables. The one watch that everyone is eying is Motorola’s Moto 360. Motorola’s smartwatch has a unique circular face. It doesn’t have a square-shaped display like other smartwatches. Motorola’s Moto 360 screen should be custom-made OLED. This makes sense because of its circular...

Virtual Reality (VR) is the latest trend in the technological space. Many manufacturers have jumped on the VR bandwagon in the hopes of making a name for themselves in this area. Recently we heard that Mark Zuckerberg’s company, Facebook, paid a huge amount ($2 Billion) to purchase Oculus Rift. We have now to see what this association produces in this field (Virtual...

  You see and use your mobile phone a dozen times a day. It’s always been the just at the reach of your hand. You’re able to always look at it, tell the time, call friends and family, and play some games. With the ever changing times, technology has always changed for the better. What would you do if your phone was not active bedside on...