How Wireless Charging is Integrated into our Lives

How Wireless Charging is Integrated into our Lives

We have all at one time endured sitting on the floor waiting for your phone to charge. Carrying a phone charger is normal in modern life. But advancements in wireless charging technologies has enabled integration of wireless charging in our lives. It is aimed at making life more comfortable as you cut the cord since you can walk up to a charging station and place your phone instead of using a charging cable. Our homes have seen the most significant transformation with wireless chargers since many phones have compatible charging…

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Dirty smartphones could be a hazard to your health

Dirty smartphones - Bacteria

A toilet seat is more than three times cleaner than the average smartphone screen. Dirty smartphones are not uncommon. In fact, over a third of people have never cleaned their phone with a cleaning fluid, sanitary wipes or other similar cleaning products, according to research conducted by Insurance2go. However, this research is even more troubling considering what the company found was that the average smartphone screen is three times dirtier than a toilet seat. Aerobic bacteria, yeast and mold were found on the tested handsets. In its study, the mobile…

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Buzz wearable seeks to provide safer social engagement for young adults

buzz wearable - New Deal Design buzz wearable technology

A new wearable technology aims to help prevent sexual assault. Buzz wearable is a social impact initiative that includes a bracelet device supported by a mobile app. Created by New Deal Design, the company that designed Fitbit activity trackers, buzz has been developed to help young people stay informed regarding the issue of consent and to help prevent and/or stop sexual assault. The wearable device functions like a mini alert system. The buzz wearable was made with young people in mind, such as college students who often attend parties or…

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Samsung may be jumping on the mobile gaming phone bandwagon

Mobile Gaming Phone - Samsung Phone

Rumor has it that Samsung is preparing a gaming smartphone. Mobile gaming continues to grow, so it might not come as much of a surprise that Samsung might have a mobile gaming phone in the works. The “Galaxy X” could be the company’s new smartphone designed for gaming. Originally predicted to be Samsung’s first foldable smartphone, it may be that the rumored and unofficially announced “Galaxy X” is actually a mobile gaming phone. The rumors regarding this phone made headlines when a well-known leaker from China, who uses the Twitter…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 rumored to be released sometime in the near future

Samsung Tablet Galaxy S4 - Samsung tablet device with Stylus

Picture leaks of the newest Samsung Android tablet reveal some of its possible specs. After two rounds of leaked pictures of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 surfaced on the Net, there has been a lot of buzz about the yet-to-be-released and highly anticipated Samsung tablet. Moreover, a recent report from SamMobile reveals that this new device could be a cut above the average Android tablet. The Galaxy Tab S4 has traded in the fingerprint scanner for an iris scanner. If you were hoping for a fingerprint scanner, the Samsung Galaxy…

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Huawei gaming phone to launch later this year

Huawei Gaming Phone - Image of Honor 9

The world’s third largest phone manufacturer has revealed plans for a gaming-focused smartphone. Jim Xu, Huawei Consumer Business President, has confirmed in an interview in Shenzhen, China, that a Huawei gaming phone is in the works, reported GadgetMatch. The smartphone will feature GPU Turbo technology. Although little to no details have been released about the phone at this present time, one things is for certain, the Huawei gaming phone will feature the Chinese manufacturer’s new GPU Turbo technology. The optimized version of Huawei’s GPU Turbo is said to boost device…

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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

Heads-down tribe walking path - Zone area marked for walking - pink sneaker

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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