Dell Eyes More Windows Tablet Sales, Exploring Wearable Tech

Dell Eyes More Windows Tablet Sales, Exploring Wearable Tech

Dell’s global vice-president of personal computing Sam Burd has opened up to the Guardian on his company’s current strategy. He vaguely revealed the sales figures of Windows tablets made by Dell and talked about the strategy of moving to wearable tech.

By On July 6, 2013 Respond
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Google Won’t Accept Any Facial Recognition Apps For Glass

Google Won’t Accept Any Facial Recognition Apps For Glass

When Google Glass was first unveiled, many of us were awed at the product. Glass serves as an excellent example of wearable computers. However, privacy concerns were cited by many since Glass comes with a camera. Google has now assured that we don’t have to worry about that.

By On June 2, 2013 1 Response
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Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Baidu Eye — Another Competitor Of Google Glass

Though Google Glass is the apparent pioneer in a new breed of augmented reality gadgets, it is not going to have a road of roses. We have already heard about similar developments by LG and Sony. Now, there is another entry in the list – Baidu.

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Meet The World’s First Programmable T-Shirt With Wearable Display

Meet The World’s First Programmable T-Shirt With Wearable Display

Ever thought of a T-shirt with wearable LED display, camera, microphone, speaker and accelerometer, all packaged into it, that can be controlled via your smartphone? Most of us haven’t. But, London-based interactive clothing company Cutecircuit has teamed up with Scotch whiskey distillers Ballantine’s to create the world’s first washable, sharable and programmable T-shirt with all the elements stated earlier – wearable LED display, wearable camera, wearable microphone, wearable speakers and wearable accelerometer.

By On August 5, 2012 3 Responses
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U.S. Army Getting Wearable Computers For Helicopter Pilots

U.S. Army Getting Wearable Computers For Helicopter Pilots

Defense contractor Raytheon has made a wearable military computer called Aviation Warrior. This wearable military tablet PC, Aviation Warrior, comes with a wrist-mounted screen, allowing pilots to see radar images, surveillance video and maps even on the ground. They can communicate with a built-in radio or by text. It is being specially made for the US Army. The US Army will use Android and Windows based systems during missions in future.

By On July 10, 2012 1 Response
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Glove One: Cellphone In Your Hand Gloves

Glove One: Cellphone In Your Hand Gloves

Glove One’s design is prototype that makes a point about the future of technology. Artist Bryan Cera has designed this wearable hand gloves cellphone. Bryan Cera’s Glove One is not the first wearable cellphone device but its beautiful sleight design is more comfortable than previous models. Imagine, you will have cell-phones as part of your body. Glove One is designed and manufactured using parts from a 3D printer and and a wristwatch cellphone.

By On May 9, 2012 Respond
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Apple Working on Computers That You Can Wear

Apple Working on Computers That You Can Wear

According to New York Times, Apple researchers are busy in developing the prototypes of such products which you can wear. Product which you can wear on your wrist, for instance, and they may send information back to iPhone. These products will also be compatible with other Apple devices such as iPad and iPod. According to the article, Google is also working on similar products for Android smartphones.

By On December 20, 2011 2 Responses
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How New Technology Could Change Fashion

How New Technology Could Change Fashion

Fashion Week is currently underway in New York City, and developments in the high tech world could inspire and influence the world’s best fashion designers to create outfits that merge fashion and technology seamlessly. Previous attempts in this direction haven’t been very successful (think Levi’s iPod Jeans), but PC World has recently published some cool […]

By On February 17, 2010 Respond
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