Aligning Fitbit with Pixel availability
Presidents rarely veto bans, though Obama did it in 2013
Highly anticipated: After betting on the future of RISC-V with an industry-wide alliance, Qualcomm is now bringing its first chip based on the open-source architecture to the mass market. The American chipmaker will join Google in creating a new hardware platform for the Wear OS system.
Not the Apple Watch, of course.
It even allows for interactive animated designs that respond to movement
Software support ended in 2018
It's a significant upgrade over the Quest 2
Under $120 for wireless earbuds and a smartwatch
Same style and price with behind the scenes improvements
Forward-looking: The US government has embarked on a 42-month journey to make what it calls performance-grade, computerized clothing a reality. Products developed through the program could assist government agencies within the intelligence community, such as the Department of Defense and the Department of Homeland Security, in their tasks. Additionally, these products could prove valuable to first responders and individuals operating in high-stress environments.
Latest model switches from consumer to professional GPUs
Wearable would offer hands-free mobile home-assistant-like experience
Includes design features to accommodate hospitals needs
The Galaxy Watch 6 Classic powered by Wear OS 4 has debuted to positive reviews, offering larger screen options, extended battery life, and marking the return of the rotating bezel.
A new band attachment mechanism is being explored, among other changes
Getting into summer shape for a fall release
The partnership lets players experience the world as the game's protagonist, Basim
Headset will only be available in US Apple Stores through most of 2024
Yet another failed AR/VR glasses from Google
The device could carry malware, or could simply be an online retailer review scam
A big performance boost
With the wrong setup in tracking apps, fitness and privacy don't get along
Vision Pro can switch to 96Hz to smoothly play 24fps video
Editor's take: I was one of the lucky few who got to attend Apple's WWDC keynote presentation in person, and also got to try the new Apple Vision Pro headset for a 25-minute hands-on, er, heads-on demo. The experience was very good – as it certainly should be for a product that's going to cost a whopping $3,499 – but it was also a bit more similar to other devices I've tried over the years than I initially expected it to be.
New updates to Safari, FaceTime, widgets, AirDrop, and more