Dragon is bringing its popular Swype keyboard and Dragon Mobile Assistant to smartwatches for those who want another way to input text on their smartwatch. Read on for more!
Fleksy is putting a keyboard on the Samsung Galaxy Gear so you can take notes on the tiny screen instead of the gigantic Galaxy Note 3 it’s probably paired to. Read on for more!
During CES 2014, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has announced a new tiny PC from Intel called Edison. The “full Pentium class PC” fits into the case of a SD card and comes with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth low energy.
Wearables are the theme of CES this year, and Innovega may have one of the most interesting wearables with a Google Glass competitor that uses contact lenses for a more immersive augmented reality. Read on for more info!
CES 2014 will surely have no shortage of wearable devices from smartwatches to fitness tackers and Google Glass competitors, and Intel isn’t about to let the category pass it by. Read on for more!
Sensoria is bringing fitness tracking to garments other than bracelets and pedometers with its new line of smart socks. Read on for more info!
Archos is going all out for CES 2014 with a new range of smart home devices, a new tablet, some new scales, and a slew of “Pebble-like” smartwatches that promise to be some of the cheapest in the category. Read on for more info!
As we move towards a new year, Android shows no signs of stopping. Here are a few things to expect for Android in 2014. Read on for more!
The Pebble ecosystem was in dire need of a centralized place where developers could post their applications for the benefit of users. That place is the Pebble Appstore, announced today and opening to users in early 2014.
New features in Bluetooth 4.1 will make the short-range wireless technology more flexible and better prepared to handle the demands of a new generation of mobile and wearable devices.