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Wear OS is getting a new Gboard app that promises to drastically improve ways to communicate via smartwatches. This includes multi-language support and enhanced word suggestions and corrections to improve typing experience on the small screen. Users can use the integrated QWERTY keyboard or even hand gestures and voice inputs to reply to messages. The
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OnePlus Watch was launched last month, alongside the OnePlus 9 series. The wearable is the first smartwatch from the company and it went on sale in India through Flipkart and Amazon from today. The OnePlus Watch is now getting an update that brings along an improved watch experience. The update brings improved GPS performance, improved
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Fitbit Luxe fitness tracker design and specifications have reportedly leaked. A German publication has shared some details about the rumoured wearable along with a few images. The report says that Fitbit Luxe from the wearables company now owned by Google will come with a stainless-steel housing. Three colours can be seen in the images, along
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OnePlus Watch is the company’s first smartwatch, and it was launched alongside the new OnePlus 9 series last month. The OnePlus Watch has a circular dial and offers features such as SpO2 oxygen saturation tracking, heart-rate tracking, and fast charging. It also claims to offer a week’s worth of battery life even for the most
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Casio G-Shock GSW-H1000 powered by Google’s Wear OS was launched on Thursday. The rugged smartwatch offers 200-metre water resistance and features a wide range of activity options including running, indoor workouts, road biking, swimming, as well as surfing and snowboarding. The G-Shock smartwatch also comes with an optical sensor to measure heart rate. It features
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Microsoft has won a Pentagon contract for augmented reality headgear for soldiers worth $21.88 billion (Rs. 1,60,290 crores) over the next decade, the company and the US military announced Wednesday. The headsets, based on commercially available HoloLens, will make soldiers safer and more effective, according to Microsoft technical fellow Alex Kipman. The Department of Defense
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