The next generation of immersive gaming from PlayStation is set to arrive in early 2023. Meanwhile, Sony has offered a new product video detailing what to expect from the new PlayStation VR2 aka PS VR2. I know it’s a little overdue but it is finally happening.
Smartwatch has come a long way. It has evolved from a gadget that lets you check your phone less to tracking fitness to monitoring your health parameters and now, to detecting car crashes. The latter is what the newly revealed Apple Watch is capable of.
TAG Heuer and Porsche have recently unveiled a TAG Heuer Connected Watch Special Edition with Wear OS exclusive car functions. I know right. Finally, a cobranded timepiece that actually has real connections other than abstract aesthetics.
In addition to the new folding phone, Xiaomi has also announced a new smartwatch at its Summer keynote. Yup. Again. The Xiaomi Watch Color 2 and Xiaomi Watch S1 are now joined by Xiaomi Watch S1 Pro, a premium smartwatch.
Mojo Vision, the maker of the smart contact lens with smart glasses functionality, has made huge progress in recent months. Not only the company has revealed its advanced prototype but the CEO, Drew Perkins, wears it for real. That’s right. Folks, science fiction has gotten real! This absolutely bonkers, in a good way, of course.
While Samsung has been making smartwatches for a while now, it never really has a model that is marketed specifically for an outdoor active lifestyle, and that’s until Samsung Galaxy Watch5 Pro comes along.
Keeping a virtual pet monster has surely come a long way since Digital Monster aka Digimon was introduced in 1997. For those who don’t know, Digital Monster was like Tamagotchi but more macho. Well, kind of. It was less adorable because you gotta prep your beast for battles with others’ pet monsters. And fighting ain’t …
Remember Kubota Glass, a new non-invasive cure for myopia, that was in development? Well, the Japanese version of the Kubota Glass will go on sale in Japan starting on August 1.
At this point, the Casio smartwatch is not new. The company officially join the smartwatch game last year with its first Wear OS-powered device. Though that was hardly the first. The watchmaker first ventured into the smart timepiece territory in 2016. But clearly, there are folks like me who love to see a “restomod” version.
When Samsung Galaxy Watch4 was launched, it brought a renewed hope for Wear OS. Many were hopeful it will arrive on other smartwatches. However, Wear OS 3 has yet to land on any smartwatch, well, that’s until now. Montblanc’s follow-up to its popular Summit 2 smartwatches, Summit 3, will be powered by Wear OS 3.