Monday, 24 Dec 2012
Xsens now offers IP originally developed for professional (B2B) applications of 3D body motion tracking using wearable motion trackers for mass market application in the consumer electronics industry.
Looking for some apps to download this holiday season from the Windows Store? For those on the U.S. Windows Store, Microsoft has listed six apps that are on offer from now till January 31, 2013.
Google and Motorola are said to be working on a "X" phone and "X" tablet for release in 2013.
Friday, 21 Dec 2012
Will ASUS be releasing an even cheaper version of its already budget-friendly device, the Nexus 7? It might seem so, according to a couple of leaked photos on the Internet. Some sources have found photos taken with an alleged USD99 ASUS device (model number: ME172V) on Picasa with EXIF data proving so.
CloudOn is launching version 3.0 on the iPhone, which is also optimized to support iPad Mini and Nexus 7 tablets. The company also announces integration to Microsoft SkyDrive, expanding its current storage offering of DropBox, Box and Google Drive.
AfterShokz is announcing that its first open ear wireless Bluetooth headphones, the Bluez, will be available and shipping next month. The company is also set to showcase it at the CES 2013.
Giada will be showcasing their latest technologies, products, and applications such as Digital Signage and medical system for cloud computing at the CES 2013.
Instagram's co-founder, Kevin Systrom, has just done a 360-degree turnabout, stating that they will be reverting "this advertising section to the original version that has been in effect since we launched the service in October 2010" after massive outcry over the recent changes.
iWalk has launched two high capacity power cases - the Chameleon for iPhone 4/4S and Chameleon Easy for Galaxy S3.
Samsung Mobile has stated that they will be showcasing a 5.5-inch flexible display with 720p resolution and 267ppi at CES 2013. This is of course, not the first time that Samsung will be showing off its arsenal of flexible displays - back at last year's CES, they showed off a smaller 4.5-inch WVGA screen.