Interested in seeing what TAG Heuer has to offer in its first Android Wear-powered smartwatch? The company will be livestreaming the announcement of the Carrera Connected, and you can watch it right here.
TensorFlow has been made available for anyone and everyone to edit, modify and use in a whole manner of deployments. The machine learning engine is the backbone to many of Google's advances in automated search and analysis. Think cats, dogs, faces, objects, basically anything and everything can be covered by this system.
One of the things BlackBerry is loved for is its productivity credentials. One of the nifty features brought to Android with the BlackBerry Priv is the Productivity Tab, an at a glance view of some of the most important information in your day. You can get to your calendar, favorite contacts, messages and tasks list wherever you are on the phone.
Accessing it is easy once you're set up. A simple swipe in over either the left or right hand edges of the phone bring up the view you can see in the image up top. The best thing is you can customize the appearance and position so it's always there where you want it, looking how you want it.
Huawei sub-brand Honor has announced that it will extend its annual Gala sale to over 20 countries, offering heavy discounts on accessories and smartphones, lucky draws and gift vouchers. Customers purchasing through vMall, Honor's official store, as well as third-party retailers will be able to avail the deals.
Amazon has kicked off a new promotion that sees $20 subtracted from the original pricing for the Kindle, Kindle Paperwhite and Kindle for Kids bundle. Prices now start from just $59.99 for the base model, while the Kids Kindle bundle can now be purchased for just $79.99.
TAG Heuer CEO Jean-Claude Biver revealed in an interview with Switzerland's Le Matin Dimanche that the Carrera Connected, its first smartwatch, will be unveiled in New York on November 9. The smartwatch will retail for $1,500, and will be available for sale in Europe starting November 12.
Xiaomi has unveiled its second-generation fitness tracker in China over the weekend, the Mi Band Pulse. Set to go on sale on November 11 — or Singles' Day — the tracker comes with an optical heart rate sensor, retaining a design that's similar to its predecessor.
It's Appday Sunday and that means we're back with more of our favorites to share. Every week we bring a handful of great apps to the table and share them with everyone. Sometimes they are new apps, sometimes old standards, but every time they are apps we love to use.
Give these a look and then take a minute to tell us all about the apps you are using and love so we can give them a try. We all find some of our favorites right in the comments on these posts!
The Special Edition of the ASUS ZenFone 2 Deluxe is now available to order in a snazzy red, steel, and carbon fiber color scheme. We first caught a glimpse of this one in Brazil, which boasts increased 128 GB of internal storage over the base ZenFone 2 model.
One of the few visual changes BlackBerry made to the user interface on the Priv over how Google does things was to the recent apps view. Some will like it, some will not. If you're a long time Android user you may well hanker for the traditional Rolodex view that's been with us since Lollipop debuted.
Fortunately, while BlackBerry changed things a little, it also left it very easy to undo and go back to something more as Google intended. Here's how.
Get your weekly dose of what's new in tech with these unique gadgets that could be your next investment.
This week we're taking a closer look at some fun gadgets including the Microbot Push that's essentially a robot finger that can toggle your switches around the house. Making shopping more efficient and fun is the Hiku unit that scans the barcodes of your empty kitchen items and adds them to your shopping list. There's even an Android phone that doubles as a vape pen! Let's dive in for the complete lineup.
The biggest news this week was simple: the BlackBerry Priv is here. It's BlackBerry's first new phone in several months, and their first running Android. A big screen, a slide up keyboard, and BlackBerry's legendarily rock-solid hardware have combined to make one hell of a phone.
But BlackBerry wasn't the only news in town — Microsoft made waves with changes to OneDrive, but they're not exactly well-received alterations. Bucking the trend of increasing storage space and lowering prices, Microsoft is eliminating their unlimited cloud storage tier due to abuse and plans to cut the free 15GB tier down to 5GB. Needless to say, heavy OneDrive users are up in arms about the changes.
All that and more, in Mobile Nations Weekly!
Android Central — This week's new Android phone comes from … BlackBerry
CrackBerry isn't the only place where people are excited for the BlackBerry Priv. Behind that keyboard lies a phone running Android, after all. Russell did up quite the review, and we're looking into how everything is done so Android fans as well as BlackBerry fans can make the most of the Priv.
The wait is finally over and the all-new BlackBerry Priv has arrived. While some folks are still waiting for their shipments to arrive, there's plenty of folks who have one already in their hands. If you're still on the fence about Priv, be sure to read our full review!
We've now seen the launch of the iPhone 6s, iPhone 6s Plus, and the new Apple TV and that leaves the iPad Pro. At 12.9-inches it's Apple's biggest tablet yet, and with the Smart Keyboard and Apple Pencil, it's the most productive and creative as well. The question iMore addressed this week, though, is whether you should get one?
This week has been more on the slow side as Microsoft puts the final touches on the Windows 10 Fall Refresh. That update for desktop and PC users should hit November 12 and Insiders got the expected release version (build 10586) on Thursday.
The biggest news, however, is not what Microsoft released but what they took away. Late on Monday night the company quietly said they were removing 'unlimited' from OneDrive plans. If that wasn't bad enough, they are also reducing those with 15GB of storage down to 5GB in 2016. Microsoft blames abuse, but the real reason is strictly business and money. Speak up in UserVoice to make yourself heard..
Finally, in some good news some Lumias on Windows 10 finally got slow motion video. Still no word though on a US release date for the Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL.
Kicked — tablet holders, sleeping headphones, and a trip to the DMV
This week on Kicked, we tell you about the best tablet holder, the most comfortable sleep headphones, and the best way to get your kids to fall asleep. Kim also tells a DMV story where her lack of makeup is called into question. This amuses Dan.
This week on Connectedly, we took a look at some exciting crowdfunded projects that are looking to make our connected lives better. Ario is a smart lamp that hopes to help you be more productive during the day while getting a better sleep at night. The PuzzlePhone looks to be the phone you keep for a while, with its swappable components. We also saw a neat little gadget that wants to push all your buttons for you in the Microbot Push.
You probably have some questions about this phone. Here are some answers.
Close to the top of the list of things a lot of people who talk about smartphones all day have was probably something about BlackBerry never making a good Android phone, and today that is being crossed of all around the world. The BlackBerry Priv is here, and it's got a lot of folks seriously questioning the need for a physical keyboard on their phone again after having given it up a while back. At the same time, it's encouraging current BlackBerry users to consider a world outside of BB10, which is cool for everyone.
If you're among those on the fence about adding a BlackBerry Priv to your arsenal, we've put together a short list of things you need to know in order to help that decision along.
Over time, the storage on your LG V10 slowly shrinks. We add apps and take pictures and video, maybe add a few HD music files or pin things with YouTube Red. On top of all that, there are temporary files getting downloaded and cached, as well as assorted junk we've downloaded from the Internet.
There are plenty of ways to get rid of the junk and get some free space back, but LG has a special utility that's a one-stop shop named Smart Cleaning, and it's built into your new LG V10.
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