iPhone Killer: The Secret History of the Apple Watch
An early version of the software served you information in a timeline, flowing chronologically from top to bottom. That idea never made it off campus; the ideas that will ship on April 24 are focused on streamlining the time it takes a user to figure out whether something is worth paying attention to.
So what I thought was “insanely revolutionary” about the upcoming Pebble Time UI never made it out of Apple’s design labs.
Pebble Time: Insanely Revolutionary
Even those who think they know everything about tablets will find at least one new thing in it [Google Translate].
There’s an interesting article at PC Online that details improvements in ROM and RAM [Bing Translator].
With the Galaxy S6, Samsung has upgraded ROM and RAM in ways that make a big difference. How long before this cutting-edge tech trickles down to the tablet world?
We Ordered a Fake Apple Watch From China and This Is What We Got
ABC News discovers the world of Shenzhen fakes and buys an “Apple Watch.”
Play the video for the full effect.
The still-unreleased Pebble Time with color e-paper display showing a random terrain generator under development by John Hryb IV (@JHryb4) and enthusiastically tweeted by Cherie Williams (@cherie_williams), who is Developer Evangelist at Pebble.
Three more tweets and photos after the break.
Taiwanese USB 3.1 Type C Supply Chains Getting Tons of Orders
LeTV could launch phones with USB C
Nokia set the pace by including a USB-C port on their N1 tablet. That was back in November.
Here we are in March, four months later, and Apple and Google have adopted USB-C. (Unlike Nokia, they’ll offer full USB 3.1, not the USB 2.x of the N1 tablet.)
And now LeTV’s new phone will have a USB-C port.
This is a bit embarrassing for many companies, among them Samsung, Xiaomi, Huawei, ZTE, HTC, Lenovo/Motorola, and Dell. Just to name a few.