Nokia 5 already received the July Security update but now HMD has followed it up with a brand new update, which is around 460 MB in size. This update brings a new Oreo Build with stability and UI enhancements. As per a tip shared with us the build number changes from 00ww_5_580_sp04 to 00ww_5_63a post…
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Opera has now officially updated it’s Opera Mini browser on Android. Opera Mini for Android is getting updated with app version 35.3.2254.129226 in the Google Play Store. The update weighs around 7.75 MB in the Google Play Store for our test device running Android Oreo 8.1. If we talk about the changes that come with…
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Google has now officially updated it’s game app on the Android platform. The update is being pushed to the Google Play Games app on Android. The Google Play Games app is getting updated in the Google Play Store with app version 5.10.6084. This update is pushed with an update size of 12.99MB which can be…
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By this yuletide, there might be another juggernaut smartwatch in the marketplace that’ll lure you far from purchasing an Apple Watch 3, Samsung Gear Sport or something like that we haven't also been aware of yet.
Rumors recommend Bing is planning three brand new smartwatches in Pixel moniker set to operate the newest use OS software and showcase wearable operating system's true potential.
It'll likely must take on the Apple Watch 4 (we expect you’ll introduce in September) as well as perhaps the Samsung Gear S4 (that could arrive in August) so it'll be described as a tough market for Pixel to achieve.
That may be some hard competition, but i’ve high hopes for what Bing can perform with this particular view. Listed here are three reasons I believe the Bing Pixel Watch is a suitable option to whatever else in your wrist.
It will be first class tech
Up to now we know little in regards to the spec within the Google Pixel Watch. A Qualcomm representative has confirmed it is taking care of a brand new chipset to power top-end smartwatches, so it'll function as the first brand new processor in a very wearable since early 2016's Qualcomm Snapdragon Wear 2100 was established.
He confirmed it'll be in a tool before the end of the year, so there's no explanation this won't be powering the Bing Pixel Watch.
Google needs to produce a device right here which can be the flagship and reference design for all other third-party manufacturers who’re experimenting with the Wear OS platform, so we can expect the best of the greatest
The Pixel Watch must be a fitness powerhouse with a top quality heart rate tracker, GPS and workouts built-in and tracking for swimming, cycling plus variety of other sports.
The style should be on point, in addition to the display should be bright and easy to read. It'll must have NFC for mobile repayments, LTE for hearing music and having notifications on the go plus and great battery life to top it all down.
I believe for the Bing Pixel Watch to achieve success, it needs to have similar or better spec level than the Samsung Gear Sport, LG Watch Sport and, specially, the Apple Watch 3. But there's reasons i really believe Google can perform that…
The Pixel shows what Google can perform
Before 2016, Google utilized the Nexus brand name to show down just what Android os should seem like getting manufacturers like LG, Huawei and Motorola to manufacturer products designed solely showing from the top top features of the most recent form of Android os.
Since honor would go to the Google Pixel brand, even though we've just seen two generations of that phone it's a computer device that's lauded as one of the most readily useful available, particularly when it comes to photography.
Bringing that expertise in mobile tech towards smartwatch area, it must be capable make a top-end device.
This will be Wear OS as it's intended to look like without the extra bloatware like you can get on watches from third-party manufacturers or an aggravating overlay that decelerates or complicates the manner in which you navigate around the watch.
Wear OS is now ready for iPhone
Greater numbers of individuals are beginning to know you can use a Wear OS view with an iPhone. That's a huge the main reason Google rebranded its wearable platform by dropping the Android os Wear name and choosing Wear OS instead.
If you didn't know, you can connect and wear a Wear OS watch together with your iPhone and obtain the majority of exactly the same features as anyone operating an Android unit.
Most features are seamless on iPhone, too. Like, you can use Google Pay having Wear OS view that's linked to an iPhone as an option to Apple Pay.
Bing is continuing to update use OS so it'll play even better with Wear OS, nevertheless the experience has already been nearly the same as what you'd get on an Android phone. You won't get iMessage notifications, but it can get a handle on Apple musical and many other things we never thought you'd have the ability to do from the Bing made item.
Because of this, the Pixel Watch will probably be an excellent substitute for your wrist. All this stated, we don't understand what the Samsung Gear S4, Apple Watch 4 or other smartwatches released inside rest of the year will bring so it might be a different tale by the end of the year.
How Spotify for Apple Watch is more important than just music on your own wrist
Apple is fully expected to launch a smaller (iPhone Se) this month, but what about the company’s upcoming flagships that will launch at the end of year? The iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus should be a near total overhaul of the current iPhone 6 range, and that could mean an even larger screen for the Plus, according to some reports.
Digitimes (up and down on reliable content) says that Apple is working on an iPhone model that will sport a 5.8-inch OLED screen. Considering the iPhone Plus is the company’s large screen driver, we expect that any such 5.8-inch handset would be the iPhone 7 Plus.
However, while that would be the logical thinking, Digitimes stresses that Apple is not ready to launch an OLED packing smartphone just yet and one will not show up until at least 2017. Some analysts predict it will be longer than that, pegging 2019 as the earliest for an iPhone with a large OLED panel.
We think of Apple like this. It is not the innovative company some would have you believe, instead Apple enters an existing but nascent market and makes defining products within it. That’s pretty admirable in itself, think how the iPod, iPhone, and iPad impacted their respective markets and you get the picture. Apple is now looking to do the same with virtual reality.
Cupertino will certainly not be the first when it finally dips its toes in the VR market, but one way to show it still has the mojo that many think has gone is to define this growing tech niche. Oculus has already laid a major claim to having the defining VR product of the first generation, but Apple will look to be the defining company in taking VR to the masses.
We will see, but at the moment Apple is even playing catchup to mobile rivals Sony, Samsung, HTC, and Google, who all have excellent VR headsets of varying price tags (ahem, Google Cardboard). Cupertino is ok with this latecomer stance and has actually been working on its own VR project for some time, likely to be a VR headset.
Cupertino has been snapping up its fair share of companies in the virtual and augmented reality field, including the recent $6 million acquisition of emotion tracking software startup Emotient. Apple also apparently has a secret team numbering in hundreds that is working on the VR headset, while recently the company employed Doug Bowman, someone who is a noted expert in the virtual and augmented reality industry.
To add some more fuel to the fire, Apple CEO Tim Cook seems extra enthused (Cook is rarely someone who gets publically enthused about a niche), stating during the company’s Q4 earnings call this week:
“In terms of VR, I don’t think it’s a niche. It’s really cool and has some interesting applications,” Cook said when asked about virtual reality technology.
The Hermes Apple Watch is something of an exclusive variant of the company’s first ever wearable. So exclusive in fact that it has only been available through some high end boutique shops, but that is about to change. Cupertino is now selling the Hermes Apple Watch Edition through its online Apple Store, meaning you can get the smartwatch from your own home.
As you may know, the Hermes Apple Watch is hardly affordable, the “Single Tour” Hermes will set you back $1100, the “Double Tour” comes in at $1250, and the highest end model, the “Cuff” costs $1500 and is only available in the largest 42mm size.
However, it is an interesting prospect because it gives those who want something better than the standard models a high end Apple Watch without have to spend $10,000 or more for the Apple Watch Edition. As for specs, there is no difference between the Hermes and the standard basic entry level Apple Watch.