Both wearables are the only smartwatches powered by an Intel Atom processor, rather than the more common Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 processor. All the Android Wear watches you've been able to purchase so far have been made by technology firms moonlighting as watchmakers.
If you enjoy reading our BREAKING news and rumors, many of them in premiere in the English language, please consider following us on Google Plus. The internal storage will be 32 or 64GB, and the main camera will have 16 or 20 megapixel, with dual LED flash, while the front camera will be 8 megapixels.
He may be referring to the Xperia Z6 as the project that they are working on for 2016. The Sony Xperia Z6 will also most likely sport a 5.5-inch screen. It is still unclear whether the smartphone will an option for storage expansion through a microSD card slot. In a previous report with Latinos Post , Sony's upcoming flagship will maintain its signature look-sleek and sporting a square shape.
According to a new study by the research firm Parks Associates , the Apple TV only accounts for 3.6% of all video streaming to televisions in the USA, while its biggest rival, Roku, accounts for almost 10% of streaming. If you have an Amazon Fire tablet, you can push what you're watching to the TV. The retailer is offering the Fire TV Stick for $24.99, as opposed to the usual $39.99 retail price , while Fire TV is priced at just $74.99 compared to the usual $99.99 price tag.
And the media creation tool will once again allow downloads of the most recent Current Branch release, in this case build 10586. People can still download Windows 10 using the MCT tool if they wish. We asked Microsoft why this was, and the software giant responded by saying it had chose to remove the November Update from the MCT (giving no actual reason for the decision) but that the update was still available through Windows Update.
The unfortunate part in all of this is that Li-Fi will have some work to do before it replaces Wi-Fi. Velmenni CEO Deepak Solanki told The International Business Times about the Li-Fi trials: "We are doing a few pilot projects within different industries where we can utilize the VLC [visible light communication] technology".