It seems that Samsung is sticking with its annual launch schedule this year. A leaked promotional image from Evan Blass indicates that Samsung will reveal the Galaxy Z Fold 4, Galaxy Z Flip 4, and Galaxy Watch 5 during a live event on August 10th.
Amazon Prime Day is July 12th and July 13th this year, which means discounts are flying around everywhere on day one. With thousands of deals, it’s hard to truly find the best buys, and it’s easy to get overwhelmed. Don’t worry, as we’ve sifted through all the savings and picked out some of our favorites.
The best Android smartwatch is about to get even better. Samsung just announced One UI Watch 4.5, an update for the Galaxy Watch 4 and Galaxy Watch 4 Classic. While this update mainly focuses on some very useful accessibility features, it also adds dual-SIM support and a “full typing experience.”
If you’ve ever wanted to walk the Oregon Trail on foot, get an Apple Arcade subscription. The Oregon Trail remake for Apple Arcade can now pull data from your Health app, turning exercise into journey across America. There’s also a companion Apple Watch app for those who want to see their progress on the go.
We have bad news if you’re a fan of the Samsung Galaxy Watch line and love the rotating bezel. Last month, rumors suggested Samsung would ditch the fan-favorite feature on the new Galaxy Watch 5 and Galaxy Watch 5 Pro. Now, newly leaked 360-degree images lend credence to those reports.
Ultrahuman is best known for its M1 wearable glucose monitor, a device intended to help people learn how exercise, food, and sleep impacts their unique metabolic fitness. And now, Ultrahuman wants to expand the M1’s capabilities with a smart ring.
It seems that Apple was holding out during its June WWDC conference. As reported in Mark Gurman’s Power On newsletter, Apple will launch a “deluge” of ambitious new products in late 2022 and early 2023. These new products include a mixed reality headset, new “core” devices,’ and revamped versions of the Apple TV, Apple Watch, AirPods Pro, and HomePod.
Believe it or not, but some people don’t want to wear a giant screen on their wrist (and charge it every night). That’s why Fossil sells hybrid smartwatches that combine analog style with smart health-tracking features. And the all-new Fossil Gen 6 Hybrid hides some very fun features.
After a boring year of Android smartwatches, it seems that Google’s new Wear OS 3 is finally catching on. Montblanc just announced the Summit 3, the first non-Samsung smartwatch to support Wear OS 3. It launches July 15th for an outrageous $1,290.
We already know Meta (previously Facebook) plans to release its latest Meta Quest Pro VR headset later this year. In the meantime, CEO Mark Zuckerberg is giving the world a rare look at several neat prototypes the company is busy testing out.