HTC’s next device has been tipped by leakster Evan Blass, and it’ll push some high-end features down into the budget section of the market. Internally, the device is referred to as Breeze (which is actually the second time HTC has used that name) and will sport a full screen, 18:9 display like many flagship phones. […]
Come comment on this article: HTC Breeze will be an entry level phone with full screen 18:9 aspect ratio
It’s not uncommon for device manufacturers to build out features that eventually make their way back to AOSP, which then get adopted on Google’s Nexus/Pixel line and then to pretty much all other Android phones. That’s happened again, but this time with Bluetooth battery level reporting. In case you didn’t know, battery level reporting is […]
Come comment on this article: Google Pixel 2 finally adopts Bluetooth battery level reporting
It’s the same software update you heard about recently but without the long wait. With the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, you’re getting one of the best Android phones today. Samsung went all-in on design, performance, and software. Not everyone wants to be chained down by a carrier, though. So, like it did in 2016, […]
Come comment on this article: U.S. unlocked Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ receive minor software update, includes June 2017 security patch level
Apple is reportedly sourcing parts for a futuristic wearable that’s capable of much more sophisticated health monitoring than the Apple Watch, including glucose and blood oxygen levels. It could debut as soon as next year.
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In a recent interview, NBA Commissioner Adam Silver stated that Nike’s dedication to sports science and wearable technology will do a better job as the league’s official apparel provider than Adidas did.
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Microsoft might have put most of its eggs in the augmented reality basket with its Hololens headset, but that doesn’t mean it’s ignoring virtual reality. Its VR Kit is designed to offer developers a low cost way to work on VR projects.
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