Watches have been outdated by technology and turned into jewelry, as time is easily presented over our phones. However, this is going to all change as more and more companies are releasing Bluetooth watches that syncs with your smartphones. As a result, people have been afraid to showcase their inner geek, with these new watches. So Citizen has come up with, a Eco-Drive Proximity watch that secretly notifies you about updates from your phone via Bluetooth 4.0. With a James Bond style, it will secretly notify you of a missed call, with the second hand pointing to a word indicating a need for attention. The Eco-Drive Proximity watch will probably be priced at a $500 dollar range. Finally, I’m sorry to say that all you Android users out there won’t be able to get their hands on this, as the watch is only compatible with iPhone 4S and future generations.
Source: A Blog to Read
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Sony has just announced a SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker, that is designed to be taken anywhere, and everywhere. The speaker, is designed to give room for your hand to grip it easily and take it with you on the go. It also has NFC and Bluetooth capabilities, so you wont need to connect your phone physically, while heading out. The Sony SRS-BTM8 wireless speaker comes in black and white. So get your wallets ready for some serious buying.
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Constantly, new phones are being built and released from a couple months to up to a year. Some of these new phones are, the Acer Liquid Gallant and Liquid Gallant Duo,which are released in preparation for the IFA event, which will debut August 29th. The difference between the two phones is that the Liquid Gallant Duo is of course dual SIM. They both run Android Ice Cream Sandwich (4.0.4), and other features included are: 1GHz MT6575, 1GB RAM, 4.3-inch qHD display, 5-megapixel camera and a 1,500mAh battery. It’ll also come with 4GB on-board storage, and in black or white. Finally, whether you decide to purchase this budget phone or not, just make sure you wait for the IFA to thoughtfully know your market.
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- Tagged Acer, Acer Liquid Gallant, Acer Liquid Gallant Duo, Acer Liquid Gallant Solo, AcerLiquidGallant, AcerLiquidGallantDuo, AcerLiquidGallantSolo, Android, Android 4.0.4, Android4.0.4, Bluetooth, Dual SIM, gadgets, Google, Ice Cream Sandwich, IceCreamSandwich, IFA, IFA 2012, Ifa2012, Liquid Gallant Duo, mobilepostcross
From time and time again, solutions for being able to last on your couch longer without getting up have been invented, and reinvented. This one lets you easily control your light bulb from any Bluetooth 4.0 device, from up to 50 meters away while conserving energy. You can also change the lighting color to any one of the RGB colors and dim it, of course. As well as, being a great idea, it’s an easy installation too. All you have to do is insert it to your electricity source like any regular light bulb and take out your smartphone. If you want to buy it, you’ll have to wait a bit as it’s only a prototype. Check out the source link below for a demo.
Source: Bluetooth Bulb
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What a unique tablet to find on Negri Electronics. You can now have it but for a pretty expensive price tag. $750. Worth it? Possibly. Just remember it doesn’t come with the latest Android. So Android 4.0 will have to suit you. But it does come with some pretty decent specs, including 3G, two cameras (5MP and 1.9MP) and the back one comes with HD video. You can also rely on its 1.4Ghz Quad Core Exynos 4412 (the same as in the Galaxy S III). If that’s still not good enough, it ships tomorrow.
Source: Negri Electronics
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