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Neptune Pine review: big watch, or half a phone?

Neptune Pine review: big watch, or half a phone?

Smartwatches are all the rage, and Neptune Pine has been one that many have been anticipating for quite some time. Since its Kickstarter campaign, many have wondered if the be-all watch was worthy. Can an all-in-one watch provide enough reason to ditch your smartphone, or is it a step too far? Here’s our review, which aims to answer that very question.

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LG CDMA watch passes FCC, may be for Verizon

LG CDMA watch passes FCC, may be for Verizon

When it comes to smartwatches, the mindset for some tends to gravitate toward ditching the smartphone. Connected wearables are nothing new, but the platform still doesn’t offer a full suite of apps and services to get us away from our pocket-ready slates. That’s not stopping LG, though, who appear to be working on a smartwatch that has a radio inside.

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Apple Watch may not ship as soon as you thought

Apple Watch may not ship as soon as you thought

When Tim Cook took to the stage earlier this month, he had his Steve Jobs moment in announcing the Apple Watch. Hands raised, he triumphantly ushered in Apple’s new age of wearable tech. When he said Apple Watch would ‘ship early next year’, we all made assumptions. A new report suggests the wait may be longer than imagined.

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Oculus Crescent Bay revealed: 360 tracking & 3D sound

Oculus Crescent Bay revealed: 360 tracking & 3D sound

Oculus VR has revealed a new virtual reality prototype, Crescent Bay, promising greater precision in motion tracking, more immersive sound, and another step closer to the consumer version. Oculus Crescent Bay, launched at the Oculus Connect conference, has the sort of all-round improvements that "allow for a level of presence that's impossible to achieve with DK2," CEO Brendan Iribe claims, referring to the previous DK2 prototype announced back in March.

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