The Smart Watch war is heating up! – Digital Marketing Daily

Smart-WatchThe Smart Watch war is heating up!

The IFA 2013 was the launch pad for some awesome devices!

Samsung unveiled

  • Galaxy Gear smartwatch – notifications, control music playback, range of watch faces, 1.9-megapixel camera, a speaker and two microphones
  • Galaxy Note 3 –5.7 inches Super AMOLED display, 3GB of RAM and a 2.3GHz quad-core processor and a 13 megapixel camera
  • Note 10.1 tablet – 10.1-inch, 2560 x 1600 display and syncs with the Gear smartwatch

Sony announced

  • Smartwatch 2 – fancy material and design but no major update
  • Xperia Z1 – 5-inch display, waterproof and 20.7-megapixel camera
  • QX smart lenses – attached to your smartphone and has a zoom lens, image sensor and processing chips, a battery, stereo microphones, and even their own memory card slots

Source: The Verge

Pioneer launches sat-nav with augmented realitypioneer-launches

Pioneer’ NavGate is a sat-nav with a built-in projector that’ll overlay a 30-inch display over the road ahead. Using the unit, you can see turn-by-turn directions, the current speed limit, distance, a clock and the estimated time of arrival. It also pairs with various smartphone platforms too and is set to be available in Europe by October.

Source: Engadget

skypeVideo messaging on Skype via your Windows Phone 8

Great news for Windows Phone 8 users: Do more than just voice-mail with Microsoft’s support for video messaging. Now you can send unlimited number of video clips to your Skype contacts via your Windows Phone like on other platforms.

Source: Engadget

Google kills off Donut and Éclairrip

Donut and Éclair accounted for just 1.3% of Android devices last month, and Google has done away with them in Android’s platform distribution numbers. Jelly Bean is the most popular with 45.1%. Gingerbread and Ice Cream Sandwich follow with 30.7% and 21.7% respectively.

Source: Phandroid

pcTiny Android and Linux Computer can be yous for only $45!

The new mini PC is called CuBox-i and offers a fine mix of design and specs, costing just $10 more than the “higher-end” version of Raspberry Pi. These 2-inch cube computers range in price from the $44.99 CuBox-i1 base model to a fully kitted out $119.99 CuBox-i4Pro.

Source: Engadget

Electric bike with 75 mile range and 40mph top speedbike

Rimac’s G12 electric bike is both, a motorbike and regular bicycle. It can do 40mph (unassisted) with a pedal-free range of 75 miles! With an alleged charge time of 80 minutes (from zero), from any regular power outlet, this could be a winner in the city.

Source: Engadget

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