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Metaverse technology is seeing a strong early pickup, although at-scale adoption is likely to be 8-10 years away, according to a report by the industry association NASSCOM. Metaverse has many interpretations. However, with growing consensus about the key characteristics of this technology, Metaverse refers to a persistent and immersive virtual world experience with digital-physical fusion
Fire-Boltt Talk Ultra smartwatch was launched in India on Wednesday. The latest smartwatch from the Indian wearable manufacturer sports a 1.39-inch (240×240 pixels) LCD display, and supports Bluetooth calling. The Fire-Boltt Talk Ultra smartwatch comes with support for over 120 sports modes and features heart rate and blood oxygen level sensors. The new smartwatch from
Apple has postponed the launch of its lightweight augmented-reality glasses indefinitely due to technical challenges, but is still planning to unveil its first mixed-reality headset this year, Bloomberg News reported on Tuesday. The iPhone maker’s mixed-reality headset – which combines both augmented and virtual reality – is set to launch in this year’s spring event,
Apple is reportedly getting closer to incorporating microLED displays in its future wearables. The next Apple Watch Ultra, which is speculated to go official in 2024, is expected to use the upgraded display technology. The Cupertino-based tech giant’s entire product range is now expected to transition to microLED displays eventually, Bloomberg reporter Mark Gurman suggested in
Samsung is reportedly planning to incorporate microLED displays for its future Galaxy series wearables. Currently, the South Korean electronics manufacturer uses microLED technology for its high-end smart TVs and packs OLED displays for its Galaxy smartwatch lineups. It also supplies smartwatch OLED panels to other brands including Apple. Compared to TFT and OLED screens, microLED
Fire-Boltt Infinity smartwatch has been launched in India. The latest smartwatch from the Indian company sports a 1.6-inch HD display with 400×400 pixel resolution, and features Bluetooth calling. The Fire-Boltt Infinity smartwatch comes with support for more than 300 sports modes and over 110 inbuilt watch faces. It also has sensors that can track health