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Ring Launches Next Generation of Smart Video Doorbell

The smart doorbell startup known as Doorbot in 2013 and as Ring in 2016 had done rather well in a series C of fundraising: over $61 million for the doorbell equipped with a Wi-Fi-connected camera. In the intervening years, the Santa Monica-headquartered firm has gone through a rebranding and added new technology and products to its offering. This is how ...

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Is Intel Developing Its Own Augmented Reality Headpiece?

Augmented and virtual reality are gradually taking over the interests of tech companies, and after Microsoft’s HoloLens headset and Meta’s next-generation AR dev glasses, it’s now time for Intel to claim a stake in the field. Or at least, that’s what the rumor mill spewed this week. Sources familiar with the matter say that Intel might be developing its own ...

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The LG Rolling Bot: A Techie Companion For Your Pet

The Mobile World Congress that’s now taking place in Barcelona, Spain, is bound to amaze consumers with some really insane products. Such is the case of LG’s new approach to ball technology, which is either the most ridiculous or the most brilliant smart gadget presented so far. The LG Rolling Bot looks like the combination between the cute Star Wars ...

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HTC Timepiece Is Rumored to Be Launched in April

Even though the interest in HTC’s upcoming products is nowhere near the buzz generated by Apple’s iPhone 7, the Android rumor mill still churns speculations about HTC’s new smartwatch. Word on the street is that the HTC One smartwatch is getting all fancy and ready to be launched in April this year. And by “word on the street” we mean ...

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Nintendo’s Quality of Life Program Has Been Put to Sleep Indefinitely

Towards the end of 2014, Nintendo surprised its fanbase with plans of developing an app that tracks sleep and fatigue levels, one that could help them optimize their down time. Surprisingly, however, Nintendo’s health project received no more updates ever since, until yesterday, that is, when the Japanese games company announced the Quality of Life program has been put to ...

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Fitbit Alta Is the Most Fashionable Fitness Tracker

It was about time. Manufacturers of fitness trackers are finally recognizing that the majority of the products in this category are bulky. Regardless of the company’s efforts of disguising its wearable tech, it’s almost impossible not to spot when a person counts their steps. The wristbands are anything but subtle. Fitbit, the popular wearable maker, gave us Fitbit Alta, a ...

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HP’s New Smartwatch to Be Made in Partnership with Titan

HP’s new smartwatch has already been planned together with other organizations in order to produce innovative devices under its “Engineered” program. The newest collaboration under this development system comes between the US producer and Titan, an Indian wearable maker. The hardware manufacturer states that Titan holds the fifth position among the biggest watch producers and the first gadget is a top ...

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The LG Watch Urbane 2 Is Now Discontinued

A new review has appeared during the last weekend, stating that the recent LG Watch Urbane 2 was formally cancelled because of some issues noticed with its components. It was stated that the company’s watch launch schedules have been revoked and all clients who have already preordered the device in the United States will get their money returned, according to ...

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Fitbit Now Records Automatically all Fitness Sessions

The numerous users of Fitbit paired with Surge or Charge HR devices now no longer have to be concerned about whether they have kept a log with their exercises beforehand. With the new software upgrade, both fitness and health wearable can register workouts instantly. The innovative SmartTrack function can identify some particular actions such as bike riding, jogging and elliptical ...

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