Samsung to unveil a smartwatch with fingerprint sensor in 2015?

Samsung to unveil a smartwatch with fingerprint sensor in 2015?

Samsung is looking to cram fingerprint sensors into its smartwatches next year. The hint comes from The Korea Herald article which caught Synaptics CEO Rick Bergman saying that this is indeed possible with first wearable devices with fingerprint scanning technology hitting the market sometime next year. According to his sayings, using a fingerprint ID sensor…

Glance turns any watch into a smart watch

Glance turns any watch into a smart watch

We’ve seen any number of smart watched in our time, most of which look like hi-tech devices rather than something fashionistas would want to wear. Toronto-based Kiwi Wearables looks at this as a business opportunity. Owners of expensive Swiss watches won’t be giving up on their jewelry that easily and the Canadian company doesn’t want…

Pebble gets cloned in China; Meet the Zebble

Zebble

Certain Chinese OEMs can’t help but make copies of well-known devices. The latest gadget that caught their eye is Pebble, the smartwatch that started its life on Kickstarter and has gathered an impressive following ever since. It got its Chinese “version” in the form of Zebble, which not only looks like Pebble but also has…

Motorola unveils Moto Stream Bluetooth hub; Wants us to believe it’s much better than competing products

Moto Stream

Motorola unveiled a fancy (and retro) lookin’ Bluetooth hub called Moto Stream which, like similar devices, can turn any speaker into its wireless counterpart. Borrowing design cues from Rubik’s Cube, the Stream costs $50 and promises connectivity of up to 300ft, as well as seamless one-touch NFC pairing with Android and Windows Phone devices. The…

Samsung teaming-up with Oculus for its VR headset

Samsung teaming-up with Oculus for its VR headset

The other day we’ve told you that Samsung may be working on its VR headset. That apparently was more than a rumor with Engadget folks cornering someone from the team developing this device. According to their sources, the Korean giant has teamed-up with Oculus to make this happen. As part of the deal, Oculus will…

Microsoft smartwatch to work with any smartphone

Microsoft smartwatch to work with any smartphone

Microsoft doesn’t want to be left out of the smartwatch market and is apparently working on its own such product as we speak. According to a Forbes report (and brought to our attention by NeoWin), the Redmond giant will make a watch that won’t work with Windows Phones only, and will support all major platforms.…

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