Samsung Gear S3 vs Asus ZenWatch 3: Which Smartwatch Should You Buy?
Samsung Gear S3 and Asus ZenWatch 3 are recent additions to the smartwatch families, and users might wonder which one of the two fits their needs best.
We pitted the two devices against one another in a fair and not-so-square competition, so you know which one of the latest round smartwatches you should purchase. Techtimes.com
Google will announce Pixel phones, 4K Chromecast, Google Home, Daydream VR viewer on October 4th
According to a reliable source, Google plans to hold a major event focusing on hardware October 4th. It will use the event to announce its new Pixel-branded smartphones Pixel and Pixel XL, a 4K Chromecast, fully detail Google Home, and reveal the company’s in-house design for a Daydream VR viewer device. Androidpolice.com
Alienware 17 Gets Tobii Eye-Tracking Technology
Alienware and Tobii have their eyes on you. The two companies have teamed up to bring Tobii’s eye-tracking technology to the Alienware 15 and 17 starting September 30. While using your eyes to play triple A titles like Deus Ex: Mankind Divided and Assassin’s Creed Rogue is fun, Tobii has gotten smarter, allowing the integrated hardware and software to anticipate your actions based on your presence and attention. I had a chance to check out the enhanced laptop and it’s definitely a notebook to watch.
The ‘Google of China’ is Making Big Moves in the Driverless Car Arms Race
With so many companies developing driverless cars, it can be easy to forget about Baidu.
But the Chinese internet giant, often referred to as the “Google of China”, is making big moves to get its autonomous vehicles on the road. Businessinsider.com
TrackR Bravo Allows You To Track Your Lost Item Using Your Smartphone
Tired of losing your phone, keys, or wallet? Now with the TrackR Bravo all those problems solved. Attach the coin-sized TrackR bravo to any item and then you can find them easily using your phone, thanks to TrackR app. TrackR Bravo now available from Amazon.com
Egger Interactive AR Projector Designed For Kids
Egger is the first interactive projector designed especially for kids. It is a powerful tool that parents can use to inspire creativity, fun and early childhood development in youngsters. Egger uses Augmented Reality games, apps and lessons that let children interact with learning in totally new and engaging way. It is a home theatre, a learning center, and fun for the whole family. Indiegogo.com