Wearables

Snap’s leaked AR Spectacles sound great, but they’re not for you

Snap’s leaked AR Spectacles sound great, but they’re not for you

It seems that Snap, the company behind Snapchat, is planning to launch another Spectacles hardware product -- but you probably won't be able to get it. That's a bit disappointing considering the alleged features that have leaked, including the ability to display augmented reality Snapchat filters directly on the headset in a real-life setting.

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OnePlus Watch vs. Samsung Watch 3: The better Android wearable

OnePlus Watch vs. Samsung Watch 3: The better Android wearable

OnePlus has just announced a slew of devices in its 2021 lineup. Alongside the OnePlus 9 series, the debuting OnePlus Watch is the brand’s first foray into wearables. The new smartwatch has some distinguishable features including one of the best battery backups, which positions it against the more expensive alternatives such as the Samsung Galaxy Watch 3 or the Fitbit Sense.

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Apple Watch Series 7 release date, price, feature expectations

Apple Watch Series 7 release date, price, feature expectations

The next Apple Watch is rumored to offer a set of upgrades with degrees of change that'll likely entice even the most recent-generation Apple Watch wearers. One of the most recent tips, appearing just this week, suggests that we'll see a rugged Apple Watch released with Apple Watch Series 7. This new release would deliver a device more capable of withstanding impact, with a casing better suited to avoiding scratches and damage of several sorts.

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Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Razer’s high-tech Project Hazel mask just got some outstanding news

Earlier this year, Razer revealed an interesting RGB mask it called Project Hazel. Of course, there's a joke about Razer sticking RGB on everything just for the sake of RGB, but beyond the lights, Project Hazel was seemed like a fairly high-tech wearable, with filters, speakers, and even a case that uses ultraviolet light to sterilize the mask when not in use. Now, it seems that Project Hazel is going to become a reality.

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Apple Watch “Explorer Edition” with rugged case reportedly in works

Apple Watch “Explorer Edition” with rugged case reportedly in works

Apple is reportedly considering a rugged Apple Watch, a tougher version of its watchOS wearable that could better target buyers into extreme sports or who simply prefer the aesthetic of that market. The current Apple Watch Series 6 is water resistant to 50 meters, though its display cover glass is as susceptible to bumps and cracks as most day-wear watches.

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Amazfit T-Rex Pro smartwatch promises to be even tougher

Amazfit T-Rex Pro smartwatch promises to be even tougher

OnePlus just launched its first-ever smartwatch and, for some people, the OnePlus Watch's classy style is perfect for every occasion. Some, however, need a wearable that's built like a tank that can survive the same environments and operating conditions their wearers go through. For that purpose, Amazfit, whose parent Huami traces its roots to the famed Xiaomi, created the T-Rex Pro smartwatch to be as tough as its prehistoric namesake while not going extinct.

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Samsung delivers Galaxy phone, wearables via drones in Ireland

Samsung delivers Galaxy phone, wearables via drones in Ireland

Dreams of delivering products via drones or even self-driving cars have been around for years, maybe even decades. The current pandemic, however, made such contactless systems seem almost even more necessary than before. Those technologies and the laws around them are still in development but some have already started to pave the way to make that the new normal. In Ireland, for example, Samsung will be delivering some of its most recent mobile devices via drones to make the process not only safe but also faster.

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OnePlus Watch revealed with two-week battery time

OnePlus Watch revealed with two-week battery time

The OnePlus Watch was revealed today with a two-week battery time. This smartwatch was detailed at the same time as the OnePlus 9 smartphone series, but will not be released at the same time as said devices. The OnePlus Watch was announced in two editions, one Classic Edition in Midnight Black, and another Cobalt Limited Edition.

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Fitbit Inspire 2 gets Tile tracking for finding your lost fitness wearable

Fitbit Inspire 2 gets Tile tracking for finding your lost fitness wearable

Fitbit's Inspire 2 wearable is getting Tile support, making it easier to track down your tracker when it's not on your wrist. The update means that the Inspire 2's Bluetooth radio can be used for location pings with Tile, helping find it within the Tile smartphone app.

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OnePlus isn’t waiting until next week to reveal its first smartwatch

OnePlus isn’t waiting until next week to reveal its first smartwatch

OnePlus is supposed to reveal the OnePlus 9 series during a event next week, but you wouldn't know it judging by how much the company has confirmed over the last few weeks. In fact, you'd be forgiven for thinking that these devices have already been revealed and the OnePlus marketing machine is just ramping up, given all of the teases and images the company has shared recently. Today, the company is back at it again, revealing the look of the OnePlus Watch.

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Facebook reveals its Smart Glasses’ nerve-tracking wristband tech

Facebook reveals its Smart Glasses’ nerve-tracking wristband tech

Facebook has revealed another step in its path to augmented reality Smart Glasses, a wrist-based controller that blends AI and nerve-tracking EMG to leapfrog traditional input systems. While the eventual goal is a super-smart artificial intelligence that instinctively intuits what you might want from your high-tech glasses, Facebook says, this wrist-based input controller is much more practical in the shorter term.

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OnePlus Watch won’t run Wear OS, other specs leak

OnePlus Watch won’t run Wear OS, other specs leak

OnePlus fans are probably excited for the company's first smartwatch (not its first wearable, mind) coming in just a few days alongside its early 2021 flagship. However, OnePlus's own CEO may have poured some cold water on that enthusiasm, at least depending on their expectations and opinions about smartwatch operating systems. Unlike what it has done with smartphones and its smart TV and more in line with the OnePlus Band, the company has decided to craft its own smartwatch OS mostly for the sake of battery life.

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