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Microsoft announces this year’s wearable – the Microsoft Band

Microsoft announces this year’s wearable – the Microsoft Band

Microsoft has upgraded its wearable activity tracker with a new 2015 model still called the Microsoft Band, this time sleeker and quite smarter compared to last year’s band, sporting a curved OLED Gorilla Glass display screen. The new Band syncs well with major OS client devices giving you notifications, activity stats like your body’s calorie,


Microsoft unveils the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, its flagship Windows 10 mobile smartphones

Microsoft has at its Lumia event yesterday in New York City unveiled the Lumia 950 and 950 XL, the company’s first flagship Windows 10 handsets, equipped with a 5.2-inch 2,560 x 1,440 resolution OLED display and a larger 5.7-inch Quad HD OLED display screen respectively. There’s not much difference in specs between the two devices,

Microsoft HoloLens Developer Edition to arrive early next year

Redmond has today, finally revealed when its much anticipated holographic computing headset will arrive for developers. This was made known at its Lumia event in New York City. According to the company, developers will be getting the Microsoft HoloLens Development Edition at $3000 in the first quarter of 2016. Apparently, Microsoft is rolling out this

Apple Watch Hermes now available, starts selling at USD1,100

Cupertino partnered with Paris-based fashion designer Hermes, known for its unique leather products of huge quality to design the Apple Watch leather bands. Both companies have now started selling the Apple Watch Hermes leather bands at select stores around the world. The watch comes in three separate designed leather bands: the Single Tour, Double Tour

Philip’s Hue Bridge 2.0 integrates support for Apple’s HomeKit

Philips earlier in June announced that its Hue lightning platform will be integrating Apple’s HomeKit. Today the company has now enabled support for the smart home tech, allowing users control their lightning with Siri, Apple’s digital voice assistant. Hue Bridge 2.0 equips HomeKit’s hardware and features. So existing users wanting to add Siri’s functionality to


BlackBerry reveals first official images of its Priv Android phone

BlackBerry yesterday, in a blog post released first official images of its upcoming Priv Android phone. The phone, to be launched later this year, according to CEO John Chen is tightly security-focused been his company’s first handset running Google’s Android operating system. It’s promising the upcoming device will cover privacy and productivity simultaneously, which other


Google unveils another LG Nexus device: the Nexus 5X

Yes. LG is yet building another Nexus smartphone. The repeated rumour’s been true all along, the unveiled specs didn’t come as a surprise. Google confirmed this at its Nexus and Chromecast event yesterday. The device, Google calls an “all-round champ”, puts a 5-inch display with a 12.3MP rear shooter, claiming the capability to take 4K

HTC’s first Android Marshmallow device will arrive October 20th

Apparently, Taiwan-based tech firm HTC might be one of the first to release a smartphone running Mountain View’s newest operating system Android Marshmallow. The company has in a tweet announced, that its latest device running the new OS will be revealed on October 20th, via a livestream on its website at exactly 12:00 noon ET.

Sony set to roll out PlayStation 4 software update tomorrow

Sony is geared up to roll out its big software update tomorrow – PlayStation 4 Software Update 3.0. A blog post by the company notes. The update promises some additions to the console including a bumped online storage offer from 1GB to 10GB, the ability to broadcast or watch games on YouTube Gaming, “Request To

Google Nexus handsets may reportedly be more affordable this year

The folks at Android Police are all about tomorrow’s Google Nexus and Chromecast event. They earlier spotted the news about Mountain View’s music streaming family plan offer. Now they’ve got an eye on the possible price tags for the two new Nexus devices launching tomorrow. The devices may be priced way lower than last year’s

BlackBerry confirms plans to launch Priv Android phone, says it’ll arrive this year

BlackBerry’s Chief Executive John Chen has confirmed in its latest earnings report, that the company is gearing up to launch an Android phone, called the Priv. According to Chen, “the smartphone is named after BlackBerry’s heritage and core mission of protecting our customers’ privacy. Priv combines the best of BlackBerry security and productivity with the

Samsung introduces the Serif TV

Samsung in partnership with design firm Parisian brothers Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has introduced a capital letter I-inspired television dubbed the Serif TV, By giving its Smart TV UI a refresh in what’s called “curtain mode”, surfacing a filter on-screen, giving quick access to the photo gallery, clock mode, apps and Bluetooth speakers. Unveiled at

Renders for Microsoft’s first entry level Windows 10 smartphone leak online

We’ve all been hearing of Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10-based high-end devices, save for it’s low-end ones, but just hours ago, renders of the Lumia 550 leaked online with the usual basic design, priced at $120, as spotted by WMPowerUser and OneTile. The Lumia 550, possibly the first entry-level device to run Windows 10 Mobile, according

Google’s new Chromecast may be unveiled at September 29 event – report

Google is sending out invites to media firms for a slated September 29 event in San Francisco where it might be showcasing a successor to its Chromecast connected-TV dongle, and a slew of other new devices, reports 9to5Google. While it’s not clear what the company may be debuting on said date, thoughts are focused on