Motorola foldable smartphone tech could prove revolutionary

Motorola Foldable Smartphone - Motorola Smartphones

Motorola has been granted a USPTO patent. On June 14th, 2018, the mobile communications company was granted a patent from the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for its upcoming Motorola foldable smartphone. The patent is called “Method to recover permeant set in foldable display,” according to a LetsGoDigital report. Motorola has reportedly figured out how to improve upon flexible OLED displays. Whether you like the idea of a Motorola foldable smartphone or not, chances are that these devices will be the future. Of course, it’s not just Motorola…

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Special walking lane created for the heads-down tribe in China

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A new pedestrian lane has been created for cell phone users in a Chinese shopping mall. This new path added to the outside of the Bairui Plaza has been specifically created for the heads-down tribe; a nickname for pedestrians who constantly have their heads down with their eyes glued to their mobile phone as they walk and text, use apps, watch videos, etc. Over 65,000 pedestrians are killed each year in China. The World Health Organization estimates that approximately 68,000 pedestrians are killed every year in China. With an increasing…

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New Marc Jacobs smartwatch is the brand’s premiere Wear OS watch

Marc Jacobs smartwatch - Riley Touchscreen Smartwatch

The Riley Touchscreen joins the fashion company’s variety of hybrid wearables. Fans of wearable tech and Marc Jacobs products can now order the Riley Touchscreen Smartwatch, which is the latest Marc Jacobs smartwatch and its first to be powered by Wear OS by Google. Convenient Magnetic wireless charging but a short battery life. Modeled after the existing Riley Hybrid Smartwatch, the Riley Touchscreen shares the similar shape and overall physical size of the hybrid version. However, unlike its predecessor, this all-new Marc Jacobs smartwatch lacks battery life. Consumers of this…

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LifeLeaf smartwatch claimed to be first-ever noninvasive CGM

LifeLeaf Smartwatch - Monitoring Blood Glucose Levels

LifePlus has introduced a new and revolutionary medical wearable. The startup based in California announced its LifeLeaf smartwatch. The company claims that it is the world’s first fully non-invasive continuous blood glucose monitoring (CGM) wearable. The device is the first of its kind to non-invasively monitor five psychological health indicators. The patent-pending multi-sensor wearable device does more than monitor blood glucose. It is also the first of its kind to non-invasively monitor these other four key physiological parameters: heart rate, blood pressure, respiration rate, oxygen saturation. With the ability to…

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Connected jacket from Levi’s and Google gets ride-share alerts

Connected Jacket - Levi's and Project Jacquard

This latest smart clothing release from Project Jacquard has additional functionality. Google and Levi’s launched a connected jacket last fall with limited usage options at the start, as was reported by QR Code Press. However, this Project Jacquard based smart clothing has received a considerable upgrade. The connected jean jacket was designed primarily with cyclists in mind, keeping their gadgets accessible. The idea behind the connected jacket is to make it possible for people who can’t fiddle with their phone to still access it. A brush or tap of the…

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Google smartwatch operating system to give verbal responses

Google smartwatch - Hear New Technology Talk Back - Woman listening

Wearable technology users with Wear OS based devices will now hear their gadgets talk back. Google smartwatch owners are now experiencing devices that are a little bit smarter than before. Google is working on making its wearable technology more convenient through a new software update. The Wear OS’s latest updates include a new “smart suggestions” feature on the platform. This new feature is automatically added to the latest version of the Google smartwatch operating system. The “smart suggestions” feature is meant to enhance the Google Assistant. Now, when a wearable…

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Wearable QR codes assist rare disease patients receive necessary treatment

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Scientists from Newcastle University have created a new wrist-worn gadget providing life-saving treatment. A new wearable QR codes device can help patients with a rare disease to obtain the life-saving treatment they need. All they need to do is push a button and they can access their vital treatment. The wearables were designed for patients who suffer from a medical condition called Addison’s disease. The wearable QR codes gadget makes it possible for patients and healthcare professionals alike to obtain critical information. The quick response code displaying wearable technology provides…

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Mogix Releases New Commuter Essential Portable Phone Charger Guide and Video

Portable Phone Charger

Mogix Accessories, maker of the best portable charger for commuters has just released a new essential guide to getting the most out of this gadget. The guide was launched at the same time as a new customer support video about the portable phone charger. The company’s cell phone portable charger became a fast favorite among commuters shortly after its release. This lightweight portable battery charger is slim and easy to slip into a pocket or toss into a handbag, backpack or briefcase. That way, commuters use their portable charger for…

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Dumbphones and flip phones become hottest mobile device trend

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Top celebrities from Kim Kardashian to Rihanna have been spotted using versions of these devices. Dumbphones – the technology that once brought on widespread mockery when smartphones entered the scene – are returning to the trendy spotlight. In the United States and Canada, an estimated over 90 percent of people between the ages of 15 and 34 years have a smartphone. That said, trends are shifting to bring back the popularity of far more basic cellular phone models. Considering the dependence that consumers have been building to their smartphones, it’s…

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Echo Dot Kids launches with parental controls and bright color options

Echo Dot Kids - Parental Controls - Internet

Amazon has released its Internet of Things (IoT) speaker meant just for children at home. For fans of their Amazon Echos, there’s good news for their children as Echo Dot Kids is now available. Amazon has now released a variation of the smart speaker designed with parental controls. The outer casings are available in any of a range of different colors. This is meant to bring kids into the Alexa mix, which is fun for children and great for Amazon. After all, what better way for Amazon to secure itself…

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Amazon robot reportedly in the works for help around the house

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A Bloomberg report stated that the AI device has computer vision to navigate the home as a type of “mobile Alexa.” A new Amazon robot is underway to help consumers around the house, said a recent Bloomberg report. Project codename “Vesta,” the “mobile Alexa” is named after the Roman goddess of the heart. Amazon’s hardware R&D center, Lab126, is developing the robot. Lab126 is known for having developed the Kindle, the Fire Phone and more recently the Echo. As of yet, there have not been any reports regarding the way…

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