XOO Belt is a wearable tech to recharge smartphones

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Most of the smartphones out there have a battery problem. They just don't last as long as we expect it to. To use our smartphones without interruption when the battery juice is low, we have power banks available these days. Power Banks give your smartphones enough juice to keep it going.

Nifty, an U.K. based company that had successfully kickstarted the MiniDrive back in 2012, has come up with a new product yet again and is awaiting to raise funds. XOO Belt is what they are calling it. It is a wearable belt like any other belt but equipped with battery life for your dying smartphones.

by Anoop Naik
on 20th November, 2014
last updated 26th August, 2017

Moto360 is rumored to use sapphire glass and wireless charging

Moto360 is rumored to use sapphire glass and wireless charging

Motorola announced its Android Wear-powered smartwatch, the Moto360, on Tuesday. The announcement did not include any spec about the classy looking smartwatch.

Moto360 will be launching this summer, a couple more months from now. The rumors about Moto360's specs have already started to fly around.

by Anoop Naik
on 21st March, 2014
last updated 23rd July, 2017

Android Wear-powered LG G Watch and Motorola Moto360 unveiled

Android Wear-powered LG G Watch and Motorola Moto360 unveiled

LG and Motorola are the first two companies to announce the wearable smartwatches powered by the Google's highly customized Android for wearables, the Android Wear.

LG has named its smartwatch as 'G Watch' while Motorola has named it as 'Moto360'. Google featured these two watches in their Android Wear video earlier when they unveiled the wearable OS.

by Anoop Naik
on 19th March, 2014
last updated 23rd July, 2017

Google unveils Android Wear OS for wearables

Google unveils Android Wear OS for wearables

Google in a blog post on Tuesday unveiled Android Wear, the customized version of Android for wearables.

The Android Wear is so heavily customized to achieve great performance on the wearables. Generally it concentrates on only two components: the information and the ability to get it by voice or text commands.

by Anoop Naik
on 18th March, 2014
last updated 26th August, 2017

Android SDK for wearables launching in two weeks

Android SDK for wearables launching in two weeks

Google will be launching Android SDK(Software Development Kit) for wearables in two weeks time, says Sundar Pichai, Senior Vice President of Android at Google.

Sundar announced this during a discussion with John Battelle at the South by Southwest(SXSW) conference in Austin, Texas.

by Anoop Naik
on 10th March, 2014
last updated 23rd July, 2017