Webster's dictionary may define “modular” as “constructed with standardized units,” but in tech, that buzzword has a slightly different meaning. A modular device usually has swappable components that bring additional functionality. But Tag Heuer is g…
Tag Heuer’s ‘modular’ smartwatch isn’t actually modular
ZTE has made a name for itself by selling affordable smartphones that are best described as “not bad.” Now, the company is extending its “affordable premium” philosophy to Android Wear watches with the Quartz — a sub-$200 wearable running Google's n…
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The ZTE Quartz is an affordable intro to Android Wear 2.0
Tesla cars with second-generation Autopilot hardware should receive a big update “by next month,” according to a tweet from Tesla CEO Elon Musk. Back in October, Tesla rolled out a suite of more advanced sensor hardware in its cars — radar, cameras, and an onboard “supercomputer” — but the software that makes the safety and driver assist features work wasn’t yet complete. As a result, Tesla vehicles (the Model S sedan and Model X SUV) built since then have many fewer safety and convenience features enabled (everything from rain-sensing windshield wipers to the Autosteer feature that most consider to be “Autopilot”) than in older models.
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Missing Autopilot 2 features should be coming to HW2 Teslas ‘by next month’
Google’s been in the smartwatch game since 2014, but its Android Wear platform has yet to break out of the niche and into a mainstream audience, even though it’s been offered on countless watch designs over the years. Wear 2.0 has a simplified design, new features, and, perhaps most importantly, more ways it can work independently of your phone. It’ll even let you do nearly as much with an iPhone as you can when the watch is paired to an Android device.
Android Wear 2.0 review: Google’s second swing at smartwatches
LG’s new smartwatches are here and come complete with the much-awaited Android Wear 2.0. As you can probably tell by the name, the 1.38-inch screen LG Watch Sport is designed for fitness junkies, with a built-in gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and GPS sensors to keep track of your exercises and where you go during the workout. It also has LTE connectivity and NFC, which means it supports Android Pay.
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LG’s new Android Wear watches are official