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MIO, the maker of the world’s first strapless heart rate monitor watch, is unveiling today its newest product, the MIO Active Connect. This new device is something the company considers to be the first weight loss wristwatch, that will accurately gauges how many calories you’ve burned in order to assess how to lose weight more effectively.

Users can wear this fitness watch, similar to what they would do with the Nike+ FuelBand or the FitBit, and just behave how they normally would. The Active Connect measures and records calories burned throughout the day, along with monitoring your heart rate through its EKG monitor, and measures your steps with a pedometer.

It will record both daily and seven-day calorie burns to help analyze ... Read more »

Category: Techno News | Views: 281 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-10-27 | Comments (0)

Apple has today rolled out support within its App Store for eight more currencies, which includes the Russian Ruble, Turkey’s Lire, India’s Rupee, Indonesia’s Rupiah, Israel’s New Shekel, Saudi Arabia’s Riyal, South Africa’s Rand, and United Arab Emirates’ Dirham.

Previously these unsupported currencies would have had to make payments in US dollars rather than their local currency, download free applications or jailbreak their devices to acquire apps by illegal means.

With the addition of the new support currencies within the Apple App Store, developers will now be able to create and benefit from localised apps created for the specific countries listed.

Apple also explained that payment reports via recently updated  iTunes Connect will now also include individual re ... Read more »

Category: Gaming News | Views: 196 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-10-27 | Comments (0)

I think we can all agree that the Sony Xperia Tablet S did not do as well as Sony had hoped. That’s because they pulled the plug on the tablet soon after its debut. Not a great move, but that’s what they did. Well, if you own the Xperia Tablet S, here is some small bit of good news.

Sony Mobile has just introduced new firmware for the troubled tablet. The latest firmware release will bring updates to a couple of applications, like Socialife and Reader. It will also deliver support for the SGPSPK1 speaker dock.

The update file is 65MB to 70MB, so you might want to download it over a Wi-Fi connection. Sony may not have stood behind this tablet, but at least you have this update.

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Category: Future Mobile | Views: 203 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-10-27 | Comments (0)

Is it really true? Could Android tablets be gaining on the iPad? According to Strategy Analytics, Android tablets are doing just that. At the end of the third quarter, Android tablets had accounted for 41.3% of all tablets shipped around the world.


That was up from the 29.2% slice of the tablet pie the platform held the previous year. At the same time, the Apple iPad saw its global share decline from 64.5% in Q3 of 2011 to 56.7 this year. Windows share dropped over the same time span from 2.3% to 1.6% while the others category slumped from 4.1% to .4%

And Apple hasn’t done itself a favor with the new iPad mini either. Priced at $329 compared to the $199 that those Android tablets command, we expect Android to continue climbing.

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Category: Future Mobile | Views: 194 | Added by: amitguruji | Date: 2012-10-27 | Comments (0)