We recently heard that LG is the latest company to be developing a smartwatch, and now it looks like we may have a possible name for the LG smartwatch, the device will apparently be called the LG G Health.
Towards the end of September Evernote announced that they had joined forces with the Jot Script stylus to create a new iOS stylus in the form of the new Jot Script.
The new Evernote Jot Script stylus which has been available to pre-order this month started shipping on October 25th and is now available to purchase directly from the US Evernote Market.
Google are also rumored to be working on a new Google smartwatch, we previously heard that the device is expected to come with Google Now.
According to a recent report by the WSJ, Google are getting ready to put their new Google smartwatch into production, the report says that the device is in the late stages of development.
Cyclists looking for a smarter way to secure their bike might be interested in a new system called Lock8 which is this month launched on the Kickstarter crowdfunding website.
The new Lock8 security system for your bike allows you to use your smartphone as a wireless key to enable access or lock the rear wheel of your bike in place and has been designed to revolutionise the way people think about bicycle security. Check out the video after the jump to learn more about the new Lock8 bike security system and see it in action.
If you are in the market for a new watch and are looking for something a little different from the standard watch faces that are available. You might be interested in a new creation unveiled today by the Tokyoflash watch making company, called the Tokyoflash Kisai Xtal.
Unlike your stander watch faces the Tokyoflash Kisai Xtal offers a very cryptic readout and offers six different user-selectable animation patterns to choice from. Watch the video after the jump to learn more about the Tokyoflash Kisai Xtal watch and see it in action.
We recently heard that Samsung would be adding support for their new smart watch, the Samsung Galaxy Gear, to a number of their existing devices.
The list of devices includes the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Samsung Galaxy Note 2 and the Samsung Galaxy S3, and now Samsung has announced that the support is headed to the US over the next few weeks.
Bo and Yana are a couple of cool looking robots that are designed to teach children to program, they are from a company called Play-i, and the company’s CEO Vikas Gupta, says that kids can program these robots easily using every day skills.
The average five year old child may not know how to program, but they can tell stories, and sing songs, and these are the skills that a child needs to program these two robots.
If you have Samsung Galaxy S4 smartphone and you need longer run time away from an outlet you might want to check out the new EnerPlex Surfr case for the Galaxy S4. This case has an internal 2500 mAh lithium-ion battery promising to add hours of runtime for your device away from an outlet. The case is also designed to protect your smartphone from drops, bumps, and scratches.
Logitech has announced a new range of accessories for the iPad Air, the list of new accessories includes some new keyboard cases and well as some cases for the iPad Air.
The list includes the Logitech Ultrathin Keyboard Folio, which is a thin case with an integrated Bluetooth keyboard for the iPad Air, the keyboard comes with a range of time saving iOS friendly keys built in with shortcuts for copy and paste, this model will retail for $99.99.
Livescribe has today unveiled their new Livescribe Smartpen 3 which has been designed to provide users with a simple and fast way to create handwritten notes on a tablet or smartphone device.
The new Livescribe Smartpen 3 device allows users to simply twist a ring on the body of the pen to enable a feature that allows users to write and watch their words and diagrams appear on their mobile device in real time using the Livescribe+ companion mobile application which is available for iOS devices.
Sony has released a software update for their Sony SmartWatch 2, the update is designed to bring a number of performance enhancements to Sony’s wearable gadgets.
As well as the performance enhances and improvements, the update also fixes a number of bugs on the SmartWatch 2, the major improvement on the handset is for the swiping on the home screen of the device, which according to Sony is now much improved.
It looks like the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch has a return rate as high as 30 percent at Best Buy, at least according to a leaked internal document from Best Buy. The document is asking for opinions from on-site Samsung staff as to why customers may be returning the device and also gives exact dates for when Gear compatibility will expand to other Samsung devices.