Wearables

Lava ProWatch Zn has been launched in India as the latest wearable offering from the domestic electronic brand. The new smartwatch has a metallic build and features a 1.43-inch AMOLED touchscreen display with Corning Gorilla Glass 3 coating. The ProWatch Zn has an IP68 water-resistant build and is equipped with a Photoplethysmography (PPG) sensor to
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Meta announced the expansion of the operating system for its mixed-reality headset lineup to third-party device manufacturers and brands on Monday. The Horizon OS powers the augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) experiences on the Meta Quest series, but now other companies can also use the OS for their headsets and similar devices. The
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Lava has finally entered the wearable segment to give stiff competition to its rival. The company has introduced Lava Prowatch Zn, its maiden watch, which comes loaded with a plethora of features and some interesting specifications. The latest smartwatch packs a large AMOLED display, accurate PPG sensors, long battery life, a premium design, and more.
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Moto Buds and Moto Buds+ were launched in Europe and other select markets across the world on Tuesday, April 16. The true wireless earphones support dynamic active noise cancellation (ANC) and feature triple mic systems. They also come with Hi-Res Audio certifications and sport water-repellant, not waterproof, designs. Both earphones are also compatible with the Moto
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Limitless AI Pendant, a wearable device that is designed to record everything that is said in its vicinity, was unveiled by the company on April 15. The artificial intelligence (AI)-powered device offers a unique form factor and is designed to help users recall important information, eliminating the need to rely on notetaking. The device features
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Boat has announced that it has launched an investigation into claims related to a potential data breach that leaked personally identifiable information (PII) of millions of customers online. According to a recent report, the exposed data includes the details of over 7.5 million customers and the files were posted for sale on a hacking forum
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