• Thu. Apr 25th ,2024

Gadget

Microsoft awarded $21.9B contract to supply U.S. Army with AR headsets

Microsoft Corp, has reportedly announced that it has won a contract to sell AR (augmented reality) headsets to the U.S. Army. The headsets are based on the firm’s HoloLens product, supported by the Azure cloud computing services. As per a Microsoft spokesman, this new contract might be worth a

Skullcandy unveils wireless earbuds, a low-cost alternate to AirPods

American audio equipment manufacturer, Skullcandy, has reportedly launched its latest set of budget-friendly wireless earbuds, effectively marketing them as the affordable yet high-quality alternative to the Apple AirPods. Priced at just $29.99 / £29.99, the Skullcandy Dime are basically a pa

Dyson unveils its new V15 Detect vacuum with laser detection feature

Dyson Limited, a British technology and household appliances company, has reportedly announced the launch of its novel flagship vacuum cleaner, V15 Detect for $699. The new vacuum cleaner features a sophisticated laser-guided dust detection system that is specifically designed to illuminate dust on

Qualcomm could be planning to make Nintendo Switch-like game console

Technology major, Qualcomm, is reportedly working on the development of its own gaming console dubbed Qualcomm console, running on one of the company’s Snapdragon chipsets, powered by the upcoming Android 12. The console is anticipated to be launched as early as Q1 of 2022. It has been report

Singtel and Optus set to expand their 5G ecosystem using AWS Outposts

Singapore based telecommunications conglomerate, Singtel, and Australian telecommunications company, Optus, are reportedly expanding their 5G ecosystems by allowing start-ups and enterprises to develop low latency 5G solutions on their Multi-access Edge Compute (MEC) infrastructures. Sources have c

Samsung releases new mid-range smartphones with flagship features

During a recent launch event, South Korean tech giant, Samsung, reportedly unveiled three new handsets as a part of the company’s move to offer affordable Android alternatives to its Galaxy S21 range. The new series of handsets comprise of Samsung Galaxy A52, Galaxy A52 5G, and Galaxy A72. The

Microsoft ramps up efforts to bring VR as well as AR content to people

Microsoft Corp., the leading American multinational technology corporation, has reportedly unveiled new software tools specifically designed to make it more affordable and easy for people to access augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) content. The tools would allow more creators to design

JBL unveils a diverse range of portable BT speakers to suit all users

High-end audio equipment manufacturer, JBL, has reportedly announced the launched of its new series of portable Bluetooth speakers, available in a range of new street fashion and urban landscape inspired colors. Speaking on the product launch, Marcus Fry, AUNZ General Manager at HARMAN International

Fitbit announces launch of its new suite of mindfulness sessions

American consumer electronics company, Fitbit, has reportedly launched a suite of new mindfulness sessions for its Premium subscribers. The sessions are live and can be accessed through the Fitbit app, particularly from the Discover tab in the app. As of now, there are 10 audio and video sessions av