announced their plans to offer a new and improved Sony Smartwatch 2 wearable device with a 1.6-inch display. One that builds on the previous generation. After initial reports suggested a July 15th release date in the UK, today that's been pushed into September.
Wozniak needs no introduction as the co-founder of Apple, and recently our sister site SlashGear had a moment to quickly interview "the Woz". There's no denying his genius, and we've covered many comments from Wozniak in the past. While talking about cars at a Ford conference in Michigan, Google Glass, Google Now, Samsung S-Beam and even Apple's Airdrop all came up. It's an interesting interview and we had a few snippets we wanted to share.
Google wants our help to build a better Google Maps, improve Street View, and get photos from around the world. Their impressive Street View Trekker program has brought us images of the Galapagos Islands, The Grand Canyon, and tons of other exciting places, but now they want to loan their Trekker's out to regular folks.
AT&T is a leader in innovation, and today they've announced they'll be opening two brand new world-class facilities. Their award-winning foundry for innovation will be expanding in both Atlanta, as well as Dallas, Texas. The most important for us, is their new Atlanta facility that will be focusing on developing the company's latest technologies and applications.
Samsung says goodbye to cheap plastic materials, and this week they've done just that. The debate about Samsung and their continued use of cheap plastic materials for their electronics isn't going away anytime soon. In fact, with the HTC One coming with a durable aluminum design the debate has only been growing. This week Samsung entered a joint venture by buying out 50% of "The Carbon Company" known as the SGL Group.
NVIDIA had some pretty big news to share with us this week, and have announced in a recent blog post that they'll be moving away from simply making GPUs and processors like the Tegra 3 for mobile. They aren't going anywhere, but instead will be licensing out their graphics technology and visual computing portfolio to other manufacturers.
smartwatch. I've admitted I'm not a fan in the past, but this new watch from a Shanghai-based company called the GEAK Watch has my attention. Why you ask? Because it claims to do so much more than most of those other so called "smartwatches" we've seen in the past.
waiting for, but it certainly is a step in the right direction. The folks from Vodafone have announced a number of prototype charging systems for our Android gadgets. Imagine your phone charging from a sleeping bag while camping, or even while walking around a night downtown - all based on your heat, and movement.
GALAXY S 4. Take a peek below at our quick video and review of the Tech 21 Impact Mesh case for the GS 4.
Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom is making it into your pocket. That is, if it can fit. The awkward shape of the new phone, revealed in this newly leaked and possibly fake photo may suggest otherwise however. But while its looks may not win everyone over, as they say with true love "It's what's inside that counts most".