Apple is working to improve its EarPods as suggested by a patent filed by the Cupertino company.
Apr 3 2014, 1:00pm CDT
Hello Inc's new Kickstarter project Sense is an iOS-compatible sleep tracking system that allows users to monitor their sleep patterns and bedroom environments without the need for intrusive hardware. The primary Sense device is a glow-in-the-dark polycarbonate orb that derives data from factors such as noise, light, temperature, humidity, and air particles to measure sleep quality. Sense also comes with the Sleep Pill, which is a small sensor that clips on ...
Full article at: MacRumors
3 days ago, 2:30am CDT
Apple’s much anticipated iPhone 6 may include OIS technology which has been shown to create great camera quality in the latest smartphones.
Mar 18 2014, 11:57am CDT
The US Patent and Trademark Office has granted Apple a comprehensive patent titled Wrist-worn electronic device and methods therefor, which describes a number of the ideas the company has since integrated into its upcoming iWatch. The concept watch -- in diagrams referred to as the "iTime" -- would, for instance, be able to connect to devices like iPhones, iPads, and desktops. An unusual suggestion though is that it might be dependent on a special wristband, equipped wit ...
Full article at: MacNN
6 days ago, 9:41am CDT
Can’t find your car, your destination, or are you in need of gas in the area? Choose one of these smartphone applications that will make your driving life much easier!
Feb 16 2014, 5:55pm CST
Source: Tech Radar
The net might be abuzz with iWatch rumours, but really we know very little about it, so little in fact that it would perhaps be premature to say that it's even a thing that exists (but we're pretty sure it does).However a patent uncovered by AppleInsider certainly adds credence to the rumours, proving that Apple has been looking into the idea for quite a while.The patent, originally filed in 2011 and granted today, details an ...
Full article at: Tech Radar
6 days ago, 4:02am CDT
Source: Mac World
Ten sensors sure sounds like a lot of hardware to stuff into a smartwatch. Yet this is just the baseline sensor count that’s purported for Apple’s yet-to-be-announced iWatch. The Wall Street Journal says Apple’s mythical smartwatch will actually have more than 10 sensors, leading me and other tech pundits to ask, How is Apple going to get past that magic number 10?
What are 10 possible sensors in the watch? Accelerometer, heart rate, temp, what else?To read this arti ...
Full article at: Mac World
Jun 21 2014, 5:30am CDT
Former Apple CEO John Sculley's company Misift has come up with its first product called Shine, a physical activity tracker that will be up for sale at $99.95 in Apple Stores this week. It is a monitor that may be worn on the body and will give vital signs at the drop of a hat.
Aug 7 2013, 4:24am CDT