Apple Announces the Long Anticipated Watch Apple is entering the “smartwatch” market. While the Watch has been rumored for years, we get our first official and detailed look. The Watch features a slightly rectangular face and comes in a choice of finishes, with straps, in leather, stainless steel, and fluoroelastomer. A digital crown will serve as the main interface to the watch. The Watch has inductive charging via a magnetic connection on
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Apple has Unveiled the new Larger iPhone 6, & even Larger iPhone 6 Plus! As expected, Apple unveiled two new iPhones yesterday. The new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus have larger screens at 4.7-inch, and 5.5-inch respectively. Both models have a new curved design similar in design to the latest iPads. The new iPhones have enhanced display’s in both technology and resolution. The iPhone 6 has an amazing 1334 x 750 pixels.
Whirlpool and Mercedes-Benz partner with Nest Nest, which is owned by Google, makes thermostats and smoke detectors that can communicate with the objects around them. They continue to expand their reach beyond thermostats and smoke detectors. Nest is welcoming developers from other companies to integrate their services or devices with their products through a new developer program in an effort to make homes smarter. Partnerships are already in place with Mercedes-Benz, Jawbone and
Timex IRONMAN ONE GPS+ Smart Watch Ok; I admit it, at a price of $400, it is one of the most expensive smart watches, soon to be on the market. When you need to travel light and need to leave your phone behind this may be just the gadget you’ve been looking for. The IRONMAN ONE GPS+ has built in Bluetooth, a GPS, tunes and messaging. The GPS provides you your
What Makes the Intel “Broadwell” Processor Special? Intel has just introduced its “Broadwell” processor platform to the world. This may be the most significant technical advancement that Intel has made in a processor since the creation of x86. This is a giant leap in the processor market due to it’s dramatic increase in power and efficiency. Intel is moving into the market previously “owned” by today’s ARM technology, most commonly found