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Apple has started releasing new guided tour videos for the Apple Watch, showing casing its different features in action.
April 3 will mark the five-year anniversary of the very first iPad’s release in the US. Since then, we’ve seen the launch of 9 different tablets.
Google has opened a shop in London where visitors will be able to try out the latest tablets, Android phones, and Chromebook laptops.
Bang & Olufsen is celebrating its 90th anniversary by releasing six of its products in a trendy rose gold finish.
They’re one of the biggest trends at the moment, but selfie sticks have been banished from the Chateau de Versailles in the Paris area.
Apple has reportedly placed an initial order of 5-6 million examples of the Apple Watch in the run up to its April launch.
A new type of eyeglass lens that rapidly darkens when you want it to, is soon to become a reality.
Qantas is partnering with Samsung to trial the use of Gear VR headsets for a more immersive in-flight entertainment experience.
ABI Research believes that 2015 is going to be the year that enterprise embraces smart glasses.
The cruise line’s newest ship, Carnival Vista, will debut with a first-at-sea IMAX theater when it sets sail in March 2016.
Microsoft unveiled headgear on Wednesday that overlays holograms on the real world, in what it touted as the next generation of computing.
If you like the idea of the iPhone 6 for its large screen but aren’t sure if you’ll find a compatible bike mount, look no further.
2014 saw an explosion in wearable tech, from dedicated fitness and health trackers to watches and augmented reality solutions.
Kodak will launch an Android smartphone at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next month.
Samsung has introduced four limited edition Galaxy Alpha models with handmade leather back panels in France.
The Razer Nabu is one of the most anticipated wearable tech devices and it’s finally on its way.
The Wall Street Journal is reporting that GoPro is going to start making its own consumer drones.
Singapore plans to regulate third-party taxi booking apps such as Uber by capping fees and limiting them to use only licensed vehicles and drivers.
Today Uber and Spotify confirmed that they’ve inked a deal to bring Spotify’s music streaming service inside Uber cars.