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It all hint to the iWear

September 6, 2014

David Pierce reviews the Moto’s Hint:

The Hint is about the size of a peanut, and nestles entirely in your ear; it looks astonishingly like the earpiece Joaquin Phoenix’s character wears throughout Her, a fact that’s not lost on anyone at Motorola. And the intention is very much the same: you’re not meant to put it in and take it out, but to wear it all the time.

Told you it would come to this, I won’t be surprised if Apple release something like this at tomorrow’s September 9th event.

It’s strange how leaks of the iPhone 6 parts are flooding the internet, but not even one of the iWear’s can be found, my best guess is it still in a prototype phase as we speak. Like the original iPhone back in 2007, where Steve Jobs had to prepare several iPhones on stage just in case. Also, this way Apple can make sure nothing leaks out of its fortress of secrecy, making a really huge splash for the iWear first introduction.

Can’t wait.


Definitely an Apple rip-off

July 22, 2014

Being a decent tech blogger, of course Vlav Savov (The Verge) couldn’t say the obvious, but I can: fuck Lei Jun.

Hell froze over, again

July 22, 2014

Who would have thought this could happen, it’s a different time alright.

The one thing Google didn’t mention at yesterday’s I/O keynote

June 26, 2014

Jack Purcher (Patently Apple) nails it, where was the fuckin’ Glass?

Chinese goverment reveals Microsoft’s patents used to tax Android

June 16, 2014

Great find by Joe Mullin (Ars Technica):

The patent lists are strategically significant, because Microsoft has managed to build a huge patent-licensing business by taxing Android phones without revealing what kind of legal leverage they really have over those phones.

It’s not personal, it’s just business?

The history of Android

June 16, 2014

This should help Apple win the case against Samsung, heck maybe even against Google.

Powerbeats 2: Beats’ first Bluetooth headphone

June 14, 2014

Ben Popper (The Verge):

On the other end of the spectrum, the new $199.95 Powerbeats 2 Wireless are Beats’ first foray into a Bluetooth headphone designed to be worn while working out and so are compact, lightweight, and completely wireless and sweatproof. Wearing them for hours at a time was not a burden, and the loop system keeps them secure in your ears.

Compact, lightweight, and wireless (Bluetooth) connectivity, “coincidentally” Beats release it after acquired by Apple.