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LG’s Urbane Is Ready To Compete With Apple’s Smart Watches With Its First All-Metal Smartwatch

Buckminster Fuller once said that “you never change things by fighting the existing reality. To change something, build a new model that makes the existing model obsolete”.

LG smartwatch color selection Generally, Apple is already a well-known US-based company leading in consumer electronics, technology and entertainment, because of their existing competitive products like mobile phones, tablets, desktop, laptop, television, and other devices. By comparison, LG is a mid-tier contender in the smartphones, mobile devices and wearable technology arena; however, LG has been around since 1947 and it’s not a flower child when it comes to electronics technology.

Recently LG has developed its very first smartwatch and it made a very risky bet with it as they plan to compete directly with Apple’s line of wearable watches! The LG Urbane is a first all-metal smartwatch from LG and is said to have the  look and feel of classic timepieces which is suitable for both men and women.

The Urbane smartwatch from LG“The LG Watch Urbane’s classic design and smart features make it the perfect smartwatch to complement our G Watch and G Watch R, which were designed as more casual and active devices,” said Juno Cho, president and CEO of LG Mobile, in his comment.

Before LG rolled out the elegant LG Urbane, it had previously introduced the LG G Watch and the LG G Watch R respectively, but since the previous designs closely resembled the iWatch of Apple, the marketing department of LG Electronics Co. decided to go in a different direction for originality purposes – and it looks like they did pretty good with that decision as the unassuming Urbane seems to have caught the attention of the world! The LG Watch Urbane comes in gold and silver colors depending on which the buyer would like to choose, and its strap is made of natural leather that’s been designed to match the appearance of both colors. Only the G Watch vastly differs with the Urbane and G Watch R in terms of appearance and design and while the G Watch is typically the type of smartwatch that you’d normally expect – having the rectangular display, digital features and all the look and feel of a smartphone which has been shrunk down to the size of a wrist watch – the Urbane and G Watch R are completely different. You would hardly expect that the Urbane is a smartphone at all! But it is…and more.

lg smartwatch urbane The LG Urbane Smartwatch is powered by Android Jellybean which means that you could download apps directly from Google Play and update your LG watch just like you do with your smartphone. Its core processor is the Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chip with a clock speed of 1.2 Ghz x 4 as it comes in quadcore packages. It is mounted with 10.9mm/0.42inch thick housing. If you were back in the early years of the millennium, then having an onboard storage of 4GB by a 512MB RAM on something so small as a watch, people would worship you as a god of some kind as this kind of technology did not exist back then and it was still a vague concept at the time. Today, however, this is just a “meh” news and barely makes the world go out of its mind, but still it is such an amazing innovation by LG.

It looks like Apple might be in for the fight of its life, especially now with the new edition of the LG Urbane just got an LTE upgrade!

Smart Glasses are the Useful Wearable Tech at 2015

Wearable technologies have been one of the center attractions in these mega developments of lifestyles and trends. Smart glasses are amongst of many technologies that erupted in our present day.

Sony smart glasses Many giant companies have spent time, money and effort to make virtual eye glasses more than a reality. 2015 is the years were all these wearable eye glasses are to be produced and demonstrated for a public use. These companies joined the CES to promote their own version of Smart eye glasses and this included Google, Sony, Toshiba and Microsoft.

The following are a comparison of the features and designs of the Smart Glasses developed.

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Microsoft’s New Spartan Browser Will Not Enable ‘Do Not Track’ By Default

The Microsoft company has officially announced that it will not enable the “Do Not Track” (aka DNT) header by default any longer in its new, next-generation internet web browser called Spartan, This decision is a big reversal for the tech industry conglomerate, and it weathered some substantial criticism from a number of industry groups after it made the decision to enable DNT by default in Internet Explorer 10 and in Windows 8.

New Microsoft Browser - SpartanMicrosoft has blamed this change directly on the Worldwide Web Consortium. This latest version of DNT standard says that the signal that is sent has to reflect the preference of the user, and not the choice of a vendor, a site, an institution, or any network-imposed mechanism that is outside of that user’s control. This equally applies to the general preference as well as the exceptions. The basic principle is a tracking preference expression is transmitted only when it is reflecting a choice deliberately made by the user.

The issue with this is that there’s an overwhelming user majority in each and every context that never even change the default web browser setting. This is the idealistic reason why Microsoft had enabled DNT by default, and that’s also why putting the standard back into neutral will also mean that the majority of individuals will most likely never even use it.

The bigger issue currently at hand is that the DNT standard has literally been “watered down” to a point that is almost entirely useless. Most of the larger companies completely ignore the header and the whole point of DNT was that it was supposed to be a voluntary buy-in, and/or a collaboration between advertising companies and privacy advocates facilitated through the Worldwide Web Consortium (aka W3C) itself. Some of these debated proposals could have very sharply limited small advertising firms’ and/or businesses’ abilities to track user information, all while carving out huge exceptions for Facebook and Google simultaneously.

CalTech Has Developed 3D Imaging Sensor For Smartphones

A 3D imaging chip that is tiny enough to fit inside of a smartphone has been invented. Pretty soon, people will be able to take 3D images of objects with their smartphone handsets and have them replicated in a 3D printer.

3d camera soon in your smartphoneIn order to print in 3D, a digital model that has width, height and depth of the object you are replicating is required. A considerably large system must be used for 3D scanning of an object these days.

The California Institute of Technology (aka CalTech) works on a small chip that could literally bring this 3D imaging ability to smartphone handsets. This technology is based on a compact, cheap, yet extremely accurate new device that’s called a nanophotonic coherent imager (aka NCI). By using an inexpensive tiny silicon chip that is smaller than a millimeter square, this NCI provides the “highest depth-measurement accuracy of any such nanotrophic 3-D imaging device.

Every pixel on the chip is its own independent interferometer, which is an instrument that utilizes light wave interference to make very precise measurements, which detects the frequency and the phase of the signal in addition to its intensity. This information was shared by the Thomas G. Myers Professor of Electrical Engineering and Applied Science, Ali Hajimiri.

This new chip uses an established ranging and detection technology that’s called LIDAR, in which a specifically targeted object is lit up with these scanning laser beams. This light that reflects off the object then gets analyzed based on the laser light’s wavelength, and LIDAR can collect info about the size of the object as well as the object’s distance from the laser in order to create an actual image of the object’s surroundings.

Apple Watch Launch is Delayed in Switzerland Over Patenting Issues

The Apple Watch might not be launched in Switzerland until late in the year 2015 because of a patent dispute. This is according to a Swiss television broadcasting company’s report.

Apple watch delayed in SwitzerlandA patent dispute that involves an apple image and a written word “apple” is apparently delaying the release of the upcoming Apple Watch smart watch device.

This controversy was initially reported by RTS, a Swiss television broadcasting company, according to a story done on April 4th by Reuters. Apple apparently can’t use the image of an apple nor can they use the word “apple” for the launch of its Apple watch within the country of Switzerland, which is the “home” of luxury watches, because of a 1985 patent. RTS reported this, and cited a document that was from the Swiss Federal Institute of Intellectual Property.

This document was officially published by Business Montres & Joaillerie, a trade magazine. According to this story, the patent actually runs until December 5th of this year, and it belongs to William Longe. Apparently Longe owns a watch brand called Leonard that initially filed the patent that is in dispute.

This alleged Swiss patent dispute came about just when Apple was preparing to start taking its first preorders in the U.S. for its Apple Watch on April 10th, beginning at 3:01 a,m, EDT. The new Apple Watch will be made available to consumers beginning April 24th, 2015.

While the Apple company announced the details of its first preorders a few weeks ago, it just unveiled the additional preorder steps, which include the ability to configure its Apple Watch bands, models, colors and more in Apple accounts online so that consumers can actually place preorders more easily whenever the process officially starts.

OnePlus Releases Own Android Lollipop-Based OxygenOS ROM

OnePlus missed its original deadlines that were supposed to be sometime at the end of March, but on Saturday, April 4th, the company announced the official release of its OxygenOS custom ROM.

Oneplus oxygen OSThe OnePlus OxygenOS custom ROM is based on the Android 5.0 Lollipop for the OnePlus One smartphone device. The ROM is now available for download and for flash. The co-founder, Carl Pei said in his announcement via blog post that with the 1st public build of this new Android Lollipop-based OxygenOS, the company was focusing on standing out with simplicity and adding things like battery life and performance over bloated features and gimmicks.

The company also made a feedback application as well. Apart from reporting bugs,  it is also for suggestions for future implementations of new features. Peis claims that the company wants to emphasize that the initial version was built so that consumers could start taking a direct role in Oxygen’s future. In order to make sure they are heading in the right direction, they need consumer input.

On top of vanilla Android 5.0 Lollipop, the premier build of the OxygenOS offers users 3 major differences. Support for the OnePlus One device’s gestures controls, which includes off-screen gestures such as double tapping to wake and a camera shortcut; customization of lock-screen wallpaper, choice of software and hardware navigation keys, and a customizable quick-settings screen and a new file manager as well.

Users of the ROM will need both Fastboot and ADB installed, they will need to back their data up and will also need to have a custom recovery tool already installed before they attempt to flash their smartphones. Complete instructions on downloading and correctly installing the new OxygenOS 1.0.0 ROM on the OnePlus One smartphone are located on the company’s forum.