• What are Google Glass and iWatch

    Posted on July 30th, 2013 Webber | No comments

    Recently, Google Glass has been talked about among people. Google Glass is a wearable smart device, it provides functions just like a smartphone do, but it’s hands-free. The Google Glass works via voice commands, which makes your life simpler. iWatch may be the biggest rival against Google Glass, although it is still mysterious, it is likely to be a hands-free and full-function iOS device like other Apple devices. These two products may probably be the start of a mobile communication devices’ revolution, and both of them may change the way that people live.

    Google Glass

    Google Glass now is under testing with the volunteers, and those users’ feedback will be helpful to make this wearable device more user-friendly. The main functions of Google Glass may be: Facing time, taking n’ browsing pictures, shooting n’ watching videos, GPS and making calls. That is to say, Google Glass will have all the functions a smartphone has. Meanwhile, Google Glass will let free your hands, you are able to use the functions by voice or blinks. Google Glass is an advanced technology, it will fit in with users’ needs and make people’s lives easier. Google started this program last year, and the product, Glass, is likely to be available in 2014. “Google Glass is a tiny computer that sits in a lightweight frame, just like this, and resets neatly above your eye and it makes exploring and sharing the world around you easier,” said Chris Dale, the Senior Manager of Communications for Google Glass. We could learn from his words that the magic glass is going to change the way people “looking at” the world.

    iWatch Concept by James Ivaldi

    iWatch, created by Apple, is no longer just a concept. Apple registered this “iWatch” trademark in many countries, maybe this product is going to be unveiled in coming years. For us, the most part we care is the iWatch’s appearance and the functions. If the fruit company still carries on using iOS, the iWatch is likely to have full functions which iPhone or iPod touch has. Apple registered a technology patent named “Bi-Stable Spring with Flexible Display” in 2011 but let people know in the February of 2013. The media believes that the iWatch is coming, and some designers have already made the appearance of iWatch according to their understanding. If iWatch could do the things iPhone can do, users can take pictures and transfer pictures to larger-screen iOS devices for the enjoyment. Also, iWatch can be used for sending messages, users don’t have to take iPhone out of pockets to text message. Other functions like Safari browser or GPS, may not be taken away from the iWatch. It is said that Apple has asked the manufacturing factories to produce 1.5-inch screens, maybe Apple would apply the 1.5-inch displays to iWatch.

    Google Glass and iWatch are alike, they are both wearable devices but wear on different places. Apple and Google may be the biggest rival to each other, and the competition is fierce in smartphone market at first, and now this kind of competition has extended to a new field. Whether Google Glass or iWatch wins the market, the other will never be eliminated. Google Glass and iWatch are both revolutionary, and they will make the future communication more user-friendly and convenient. Maybe sometime later, people didn’t use smartphone anymore, everyone wore a smart gadget. But the devices’ appearance might be various, not only glass and watch available, but also necklace, rings or even earrings.

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  • 4 Devices People Anticipated to Appear on 2013 Google I/O Conference

    Posted on May 7th, 2013 David Brooks | No comments

    During May 15th and 17th, the tech giant Google would hold its 2013 Google I/O Conference in Moscone Center of San Francisco. People worldwide have been longing for this big event for long, and are all eager to know what Google would bring out during this annual event. In the past few months, people have done a great many guess work on the upcoming event, but the rumors and reports online seem to change people’s mind day by day. Currently, we could get what Google would bring to us in the Google I/O conference, but we could show our own anticipations towards this annual event. The following 4 devices are collected online, which are expected to appear in the big approaching event.

    Motorola X Phone

    X Phone

    The Motorola X Phone is without doubt what everyone wants to see at I/O, and though the belief is that the device will only hit shelves in July or August. Currently, the detailed information about this new smartphone is not much. It reportedly would come with a Snapdragon S4 Pro processor (some reported to be Qualcomm Snapdragon 800 processor), a 4.8-inch 1280×720 display, Android 4.2.2 (some rumored to be Key Lime Pie), 8 GB and 16 GB storage options  with no MicroSD expansion; 2 GB RAM and an 8MP camera.

    Next-gen Nexus 7

    Nexus 7.7

    Android fans will know that having a Nexus device is about the nicest treat. The devices are usually very well designed and have awesome specs. Not to mention the fact that they are the first in line to get updates.

    The Nexus brand hasn’t reached the tablet market until now, though. And Android fans have been praying for such a tablet to be released. If you fall under that category, you will be happy to know that Google has released the Nexus 7.

    The Nexus 7 is a 7-inch device with a Tegra 3 processor manufactured by ASUS. Also, this device is said to be a “Kindle Fire Killer” with a $200 price tag.

    Considering to the huge market desire and excellent performance, and the success of low-priced Nexus 7, a Nexus 7 refresh is in great need. There’re rumors then new Nexus 7 would be Nexus 7.7.

    Google Nexus 5

    Nexus 5

    There’re rumors indicating that we could see a different phone at Google I/O: The Google Nexus 5. The previous incarnation, the Google Nexus 4, has been immensely popular and has been selling out in stores across the U.S. The Nexus 5 is expected boost up some hardware specs, which customers complained were a little less impressive than the competition’s (especially the camera), and have an improved processor. However, sources close to Google have told Heavy that the Nexus 5 will come sometime in the Fall of 2013.

    Another Google Glass Presentation

    Google Glass

    Google Glass was introduced at Google I/O 2012 and continues to be a hot topic in the tech world. As wearable technology — including smartwatches — becomes more and more interesting to companies like Amazon, Samsung, Apple and Google, Google’s revolutionary eyeware has a chance to be as equally groundbreaking as the original iPhone was to the smartphone industry. Therefore, it’s unlikely that Google will not take this opportunity to show off some new features for Google Glass, which we’ve heard developers have been working on secretly.

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