Swiss watchmaker Tag Heuer has partnered with Google to create a luxury Android Wear smartwatch, the first of its kind. Since its inception last year, Android Wear has been used on multiple smartwatches, but none of them have been designed for the luxury market, an area traditionally associated ... Read More »
Despite the frequent assertions that the Google Glass project is dead or dying, yet another version of Google’s wearable is reportedly going to come to market next year. And this time Intel, not Texas Instruments, will be powering it.
While there have been plenty of complaints levied against Google Glass since its initial ... Read More »
If some tweets from industry insider Eldar Murtazin are correct, Samsung could be headed down an interesting path with Android. In order to fight falling stocks and continue growth, Samsung could be looking to diversify their portfolio, but not with Tizen like originally planned. Samsung may be working on their own version of Android.
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Even as wireless charging is becoming a popular feature for devices to have, there’s still a huge problem with consistency in wireless charging technologies. An industry standard technology hasn’t yet been set so you have to be very careful about buying a wireless charger as it could be a different technology that doesn’t work with ... Read More »
Motorola just announced three new RAZR phones for Verizon, and today the handset maker teamed up with Intel to reveal the RAZR i. This new smartphone looks almost exactly like the Motorola RAZR M we saw earlier this month, but it now features a 2.0 GHz Intel Atom chip.
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Motorola has scheduled two press events this month and Bloomberg is reporting that one of the devices will feature an “edge-to-edge screen.” Both of the invites sent out to media hinted at a new display, so this latest reports sounds plausible.
Early this year Motorola and Intel announced a multi-year partnership, but we have yet to see any mobile devices announced since then. That should change soon as Motorola just sent out an invitation to the press for an event with Intel that is planned for September 18th in London. Some sites are already speculating that ... Read More »
Orange UK have announced this morning that they will be carrying the San Diego, the first European phone with Intel’s Medfield chipset, starting this June 6th. The device will launch as a pay as you go phone for £200 with £10 of credit, or on-contract starting at £15.50 per month for a two-year agreement. ... Read More »
Last month at CES, Intel and Motorola announced a multi-year, mult-device partnership and now both companies are expected to unveil the first device from that deal at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. Details are scarce at this point, but Evan Blass of PocketNow posted up the first image of the device and ... Read More »
January 10 CES roundup: Taylor talks with NVIDIA, Intel announces partnership with Motorola and more
Feel that calm in the air? Has your computer quit smoking from your RSS reader going nuts? That can only mean one thing during CES week: The show has actually started! The first day of CES is nothing like “Day 0.” Day 0 is when all the press events happen, when all the big products ... Read More »