Friday, 31 Oct 2014
Microsoft has officially announced the existence of the Microsoft Band, the company's very first wearable.
Nintendo has built a non-wearable device, which is a sleeping monitor. This device is created in collaboration with a U.S.-based company called RESMED. This yet-to-be-named product is set to be unveiled sometime in 2016.
As the co-founder of the Android mobile OS, Andy Rubin is truly a visionary. Having worked at Google for almost a decade, he has announced that he is now leaving the company.
Thursday, 30 Oct 2014
In Europe, a prototype of an ambulance drone has been created. With the ability to fly over traffic and quickly dispatch emergency supplies, its potential for saving lives one day is huge.
WD is expanding the WD Purple line of surveillance-class hard drives with a 6TB variant for longer high-resolution surveillance recording.
Wednesday, 29 Oct 2014
weBoost, a subsidiary of Wilson Electronics, launched a pair of cellular signal boosters, the Connect 3G and Drive 3G-S, here in Malaysia today.
DiGi users can now own their very own portable Wi-Fi hotspot, which can serve up to 10 connected devices. The device, known as MobiFi, is offered alongside DiGi's refreshed mobile broadband plans.
Salutica Allied Solutions officially launched its latest device called the FOBO Tyre, which helps vehicle owners to monitor their car's tire pressure in real time via their smartphone.
The secretive research and development arm of Google, Google X, has come up with a rather interesting way of tracking cancer cells - make use of nanoparticles and a wearable. Learn more about this concept in the link.
In addition to its ad-supported approach, YouTube may require you to pay a subscription fee to watch ad-free videos in the future.