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Nokia X2 Android smartphone set to launch later this month


Microsoft is all set to launch the second generation of its X-series of Android smartphones later this month. Reliable sources told us that the launch is three weeks away, so we are looking at the announcement to take place sometime in the week of June 23.

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thetechgets:

Nokia X2 Android smartphone set to launch later this month

Microsoft is all set to launch the second generation of its X-series of Android smartphones later this month. Reliable sources told us that the launch is three weeks away, so we are looking at the announcement to take place sometime in the week of June 23.

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designersofthings:


Google Glass Perks Pop Up At American Hotels
You can now order a pair of smart glasses along with your morning coffee from room service. Two American hotels, Acme Hotel Company in New York City and Stanford Court in San Francisco are loaning Glass devices out to guests who are interested in this new wearable tech.
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designersofthings:

Google Glass Perks Pop Up At American Hotels

You can now order a pair of smart glasses along with your morning coffee from room service. Two American hotels, Acme Hotel Company in New York City and Stanford Court in San Francisco are loaning Glass devices out to guests who are interested in this new wearable tech.

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(Source: The New York Times)

thetechgets:

LG G3 Metal Body could have made the phone $300 more expensive

The recently announced LG G3 is one of the most impressive Android smartphones we’ve ever seen, even though a majority of the specifications had already leaked prior to the official reveal. Most of those leaks turned out to be spot on, but one detail in particular was sadly inaccurate — the LG G3 features a plastic body instead of a metal one.

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thetechgets:

LG G3 Metal Body could have made the phone $300 more expensive

The recently announced LG G3 is one of the most impressive Android smartphones we’ve ever seen, even though a majority of the specifications had already leaked prior to the official reveal. Most of those leaks turned out to be spot on, but one detail in particular was sadly inaccurate — the LG G3 features a plastic body instead of a metal one.

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it8bit:

Mario Kart 8 in a Koopashell
Created by Dirk Erik Schulz
Website || DeviantArt || Tumblr

it8bit:

Mario Kart 8 in a Koopashell

Created by Dirk Erik Schulz

Website || DeviantArt || Tumblr

designersofthings:


Apple Announces HealthKit & iOS8’s Health Hub App
Apple has long been rumored to be coming out with a health app and yesterday’s WWDC confirmed it’s here. Health will be released with iOS8 in the Fall for iOS devices. The app aggregates all of your fitness tracking information into one centralize location so that it’s easier to read and, as Apple puts it, “work harder for you”.
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designersofthings:

Apple Announces HealthKit & iOS8’s Health Hub App

Apple has long been rumored to be coming out with a health app and yesterday’s WWDC confirmed it’s here. Health will be released with iOS8 in the Fall for iOS devices. The app aggregates all of your fitness tracking information into one centralize location so that it’s easier to read and, as Apple puts it, “work harder for you”.

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(Source: apple.com)

thisistheverge:

Valve’s VR headset revealed with Oculus-like features
Valve’s prototype virtual reality headset was originally revealed to select developers earlier this year behind closed doors, but the company is now starting to demonstrate an updated version in public. At a VR meetup in Boston yesterday, attendees were given an even closer look at Valve’s new headset. It appears that the latest prototype has changed significantly, with a separate camera used to track spots on the head-mounted display. It’s a similar system to Oculus’ latest Crystal Cove concept, and marks a change from Valve’s previous approach of using QR codes and a camera attached to the head-mounted display to improve tracking.

thisistheverge:

Valve’s VR headset revealed with Oculus-like features
Valve’s prototype virtual reality headset was originally revealed to select developers earlier this year behind closed doors, but the company is now starting to demonstrate an updated version in public. At a VR meetup in Boston yesterday, attendees were given an even closer look at Valve’s new headset. It appears that the latest prototype has changed significantly, with a separate camera used to track spots on the head-mounted display. It’s a similar system to Oculus’ latest Crystal Cove concept, and marks a change from Valve’s previous approach of using QR codes and a camera attached to the head-mounted display to improve tracking.

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accobi:

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prothy-the-prothean:

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doctorscottie:

ozolopolis:

xeruth:

pepsie:

theamericankid:

Gaming Logic

more you tilt your body your character will get away from danger

the louder you yell, the more critical hits you’ll land

when you stand up you can see everyone’s weakspots

when you tilt your head you’ll be able to see more of the area

When you lean forward, you get +30% concentration.

When you use controller 1, it means you’ll win

Throwing yourself bodily to the side helps you avoid obstacles in racing.

Threatening the playable character with physical injury will make platform puzzles easier.

All of these things. All of them.

aroihkin:

accobi:

beranyth:

prothy-the-prothean:

masterassassino:

doctorscottie:

ozolopolis:

xeruth:

pepsie:

theamericankid:

Gaming Logic

more you tilt your body your character will get away from danger

the louder you yell, the more critical hits you’ll land

when you stand up you can see everyone’s weakspots

when you tilt your head you’ll be able to see more of the area

When you lean forward, you get +30% concentration.

When you use controller 1, it means you’ll win

Throwing yourself bodily to the side helps you avoid obstacles in racing.

Threatening the playable character with physical injury will make platform puzzles easier.

All of these things. All of them.

(via gamingrules)

springwise:

App lets the infirm crowdsource help with daily tasks

Falling seriously ill can be a tough thing to go through, and to make matters worse, all of the daily chores still need doing but are much more difficult to complete. While ideas such as Bffl Bags have intended to provide cancer patients with the comforts to help them get through their hospital stays, STANDWITH is a new app that enables caregivers to tap patients’ friends and family to help with everyday chores. READ MORE…

springwise:

App lets the infirm crowdsource help with daily tasks

Falling seriously ill can be a tough thing to go through, and to make matters worse, all of the daily chores still need doing but are much more difficult to complete. While ideas such as Bffl Bags have intended to provide cancer patients with the comforts to help them get through their hospital stays, STANDWITH is a new app that enables caregivers to tap patients’ friends and family to help with everyday chores. READ MORE…

thisistheverge:

Google Glass now available in ‘chic’ new designs
‘Range of headsets are the first to be designed outside of Google

thisistheverge:

Google Glass now available in ‘chic’ new designs
‘Range of headsets are the first to be designed outside of Google

thisistheverge:

Meet the new Apple
Fitter, happier, and ready to play

thisistheverge:

Meet the new Apple
Fitter, happier, and ready to play

springwise:

This robot will make a perfect infused coffee, tea or cocktail

Electric drip brew coffee machines have been around for decades, and although they’re not renowned for their taste we have seen recent innovations like The Briggoattempt to recreate barista-style coffee automatically. While that device can handle a variety of coffee styles, a new machine called the Craft Brewer now offers the choice of over 200 recipes for automatically-created flavored coffees, teas and cocktails. READ MORE…

springwise:

This robot will make a perfect infused coffee, tea or cocktail

Electric drip brew coffee machines have been around for decades, and although they’re not renowned for their taste we have seen recent innovations like The Briggoattempt to recreate barista-style coffee automatically. While that device can handle a variety of coffee styles, a new machine called the Craft Brewer now offers the choice of over 200 recipes for automatically-created flavored coffees, teas and cocktails. READ MORE…

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Make Your Mac Look Like OS X Yosemite  Without Downloading the Beta

jebiga-design-magazine:

Lumo Lift is a bad posture activity tracker coming from Lumo BodyTech.