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Digital health and fitness company Fitbit reported its third quarter earnings earlier today, and shortly thereafter its shares fell off a cliff. Its guidance for the fourth quarter was especially weak, with the company citing softer demand for its products, a 45 percent contraction in growth in Asia-Pacific markets, and supply …

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So you think that the 6 gigs of RAM on recent phones is overkill? Hey there, Samsung has something for you 😁 Constructed on a 10nm process technology, Samsung’s 8GB LPDDR4 package is said to be twice as fast as the DDR4 DRAM modules found in PCs (which typically work …

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Google announced Android Wear’s biggest ever update v2.0 at I/O 2016. Since the second developer edition back in July, we haven’t heard much about it. Google promised to release stable version before year end but according to the latest blog post, the final OS is delayed to 2017. And with …

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A study published in JAMA Cardiology has found the Apple Watch to be the most accurate wrist-based wearable for measuring your heart rate. They hooked 50 healthy adults up to an electrocardiogram (EKG), the gold-standard test for measuring heart activity, and compared the results to heart rates obtained by Fitbit Charge HR, …

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Note 7 Recall

Day by day, things are getting worse for Samsung. Last week, there isn’t a day that went without Galaxy Note 7’s horror story. The more scaring part is these Note 7 devices were supposed to be ‘safe’. First, the report came from Southwest flight, where the user confirmed ‘Green’ battery …

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Yesterday, Google announced few hardware products including Pixel phones, Chromecast Ultra (Basically, Chromecast 3rd gen), Google Home, Google Wi-Fi and Daydream View VR headset. Let’s talk about Chromecast. The biggest addition to new Chromecast is, it can now stream 4K content. Youtube, Netflix and Vudu already on board with new …

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Remember some Daydream VR talk from Google I/O event? Yes, Google finally realised VR hype and integrated right into Android 7.0. Today, at an event in San Franciso, the company announced few hardware products like Pixel phones, Chromecast Ultra (Basically, Chromecast 3rd gen), Google Home, Google Wi-Fi and Daydream View …

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You may wonder why Android Wear software looks exactly same on different smartwatches, unlike Android OS. The reason is Google restricts customization and OEMs can only differ their offering through hardware. The lack of customization and absence of any stand-out feature compared to the likes of Apple Watch OS already …

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Google announced Android Wear’s biggest ever update v2.0 at I/O 2016. Since the second developer edition back in July, we haven’t heard much about it. Google promised to release stable version before year end but according to the latest blog post, the final OS is delayed to 2017 with third …

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LVL band – a wearable fitness tracker that uses infrared light to monitor your hydration levels in real-time and offer advice about how much water you need to stay healthy. BSX Athletics based in Austin Texas has unveiled a new wearable hydration monitor that can easily help provide you with …

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