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Remember Intel Curie? It’s the company’s low-powered chip that will make its debut on the upcoming Arduino 101 development board. More details after the jump!
The latest notification-enabled smart watch from Martian includes a "Smart Notification" filter on an analog face, and customized vibration capabilities. It also offers three levels of notification support. Details inside.
Samsung has disclosed plans to roll out smartphones equipped with the Linux-based platform. The first Tizen-based smartphone will be a high-end device, with a second mid-market one to follow.
Intel has announced the extension of Intel Edison to a family of development boards. The key development is the use of a 22nm Intel Silvermont dual-core Atom SoC to replace the Quark SoC. Initially, Intel said the Edison development board was supposed to be based on the latter.
According to TechCrunch, Intel has bought Basis for US$100 million. The alleged target of acquisition is a San Francisco-based startup that makes wearable health trackers.
We're only three months in, but 2014 is definitely shaping up to be the year of the wearable tech. Lifetrak has also jumped on the bandwagon, with the launch of its Lifetrak Zone C410 in Singapore.
At the Mobile World Congress, Sony had introduced its latest mobile devices, including the waterproof Xperia Z2 and mid-range Xperia M2 smartphones, along with its 6.4mm-thin waterproof Xperia Z2 tablet. Now, the Japanese company has revealed that its SmartBand and Lifelog application will be available globally from March 2014.