New photos of the Samsung Gear Fit 2 have appeared online to reveal an upcoming device you'll be able to use to keep fit. Expected to hit the market next month, the Gear Fit 2 will reportedly be available in blue, black and pink. It's also believed the Gear Fit 2 will be the first fitness tracker to feature the company's Bio-Processor.
ASUS today launched a newer version of the ZenFone Max. The highlight of the ZenFone Max is its massive 5000 mAh battery. Powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 615 SoC, the new ZenFone Max packs in an internal storage of 32GB, in addition to an expandable memory of up to 64GB. The phone comes in 2 variants – one with 2GB RAM and the other with 3GB RAM - and runs Android Marshmallow with ASUS ZenUI on top of it.
Xiaomi is all set to unveil its first drone later this week, and ahead of the launch a 20-second teaser video has leaked, giving us a look at what's on offer. From the video, it looks like the all-white drone will feature four balancing legs, with the camera mounted in the middle.
Micromax's sub-brand Yu Televentures is finally about to roll out Marshmallow update to the Yureka, Yuphoria, and Yunique. With Cyanogen ending exclusivity with Yu earlier this month, the vendor has commenced work on a custom user interface dubbed Yu-Open-OS.
Amazon is currently running a promotion on its online retail store that sees the 7-inch Fire tablet discounted to just £39.99. The tablet itself comes with an IPS display, 1.3GHz quad-core processor and both front and rear facing shooters. It's an entry-level device for the product line, so don't go expecting top of the range performance, but if you're looking for a capable tablet you really can't go wrong for under £40.
Lenovo unveiled the Moto G4 Plus in India last week, offering two variants: A base model with 2GB of RAM and 16GB storage for ₹13,499; and a version with 3GB of RAM and 32GB storage for ₹14,999. One of our readers purchased a 3GB RAM/32GB storage variant from Amazon India, only to receive a unit with 2GB of available RAM and 32GB internal storage.
The Big Android BBQ for 2016 has been announced for Europe and will take place between August 14-16. Poised to be the best BBQ yet for the platform, the event is an opportunity for Android developers to meet, network and share ideas with some fantastic food and drink to boot. Speakers are currently wanted too, so should you be an Android ecosystem developer and wish to share a few enlightening words with the community, the BABBQ may be the perfect opportunity to engage with an audience.
Most billboards have a tough time catching your attention, which is why companies tend to go all out to promote their products. That's certainly the case with Samsung's billboard showcasing the Galaxy S7 edge in Sokol, Moscow, which is 80 meters high and 40 meters wide. The billboard takes over one side of an office building, and can be spotted from 2.2 kilometers away.
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The message is clear — machines and gadgets are going to get smarter than we ever thought was possible.
During the keynote presentation at Google I/O 2016, about 7,000 developers, enthusiasts and media professionals sat in the partially sun-soaked Shoreline Amphitheater and learned what Google has been working on lately, and what it means for the gadgets and gizmos about to be unleashed on the world. Buried in among the messaging apps, VR headsets and developer tools was a common theme — in 2016, machines are smart. And they're going to get a lot smarter than we're used to — and maybe more than we're comfortable with.
Google I/O, on the Google campus, where Google unveils all the new Google things...
So, there was this little thing out in California called Google I/O. Only a few small announcements: like Google taking on Amazon Echo, two new messaging apps, built-in VR for Android, apps that only download the parts you need as you need them, and a whole new smart assistant. Oh, and Android Wear 2.0 and Android apps on Chrome OS, which is kind of a big deal.
Tesla's ramp-up to the Model 3 continues in a big way with a new secondary offering from Tesla. Needing money to finance construction of the $35,000 electric sedan, Tesla's raising $1.4 billion.
Not far away from Google I/O, wevisited the latest overhaul of the Apple Store in San Francisco with a tour guided by Angela Ahrendts, SVP of Retail. The new store approach focuses around "community", with the store sectioned into areas meant to encourage interaction.