Apple WWDC (World Wide Developer Conference) came a week after Google I/O 2015 on Thursday June 2nd 2015. Unlike Google I/O 2015, held a week prior on Thursday May 28th 2015 and Friday May 29th 2015 which gave us as glimpse into Google’s continued obsession with Android with their latest iteration, codenamed M and their projects for […]
Google is now running scared and are apparently not taking any chances. Google I/O is coming Thursday May 28th 2015 and Friday May 29th 2015, but the Android Wear team has decided now is the time for a major update to the Android Wear platform ahead of the Apple Watch Launch. The Apple Watch is yet […]
Samsung Gear Smartwatch is too Dick Tracey and not Simple enough to want you to Rock the Future on your Wrist
“If you can explain something in simple Terms, you don’t know enough about the subject” Albert Einstein Adding to the Yule Log Samsung’s much rumored Smartwatch, the Samsung Gear, for which Samsung has been filing trademark claims for the name “Samsung Galaxy Gear”. Well Folks, Samsung has finally launched the Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch on […]
Come mid March Casio will be releasing the new line of G-SHOCK 6900 wristwatches which connect to and synchronizes with some smartphones. Using Bluetooth LE standard that was introduced in Bluetooth 4.0 the watch will synchronize the time show call logs, unread emails and messages along other features. G-SHOCK watches are renowned world-wide for their durability. The new […]
I really love wristwatches. Really do. Would stand stock still gazing at a good wristwatch “oohing” and “aawing” at its design and elegance. Tre magnifique, mon ami! The silly season of Christmas has me thinking crazy thoughts of working extra had to get more money saved up with more hours working at ACS-Xerox (I’m employed […]
Android’s Tomorrow Never Dies indeed! Readers, prepare for another article about my favourite thing to talk about: wristwatches. But not any wristwatch, as this one that will be featured in this article is not Open Source but Open Architecture! This as a venture capital company named WIMM has decided to breathe life into the idea […]
In a previous article entitled Prediction: The iPod Nano Watch – Time has a New Standard, I unintentionally exposed myself. Very badly too, as an Apple-philic friend of mine who follows the Geezam Blog pointed out. This individual is not just a user of Apple’s products; she has built a shrine to Apple CEO Steve […]
The refresh of Apple products back in September 2010 when it rolled out the US$999 Apple Macbook Air as well as updates to the Apple iPod Touch, Apple iPod Shuffle, and the Apple iTV. However, one of the more curious refreshes ever was that achieved by the Apple iPod Nano, which after the September Press Event, made many wonder if it was in fact a NEW product. After all, it is called the “Nano” because it is small, but the degree by which it shrank was incredible – and annoying.
Annoying you say? Indeed so, as its new dimensions have made using the touch screen interface a chore for those of us with large clubbed hands and chubby fingers. Then again, after all, that’s why it is called the Nano. It’s the affordable, ultra-small and cheaper version of the Apple iPod. Can’t afford an Apple iPod? Buy a Nano! Can’t afford that? Buy an Apple iPod Shuffle? Thankfully, that [Apple iPod Shuffle] did not get any smaller and in fact, got back its wheel. Neato!