Best Galaxy 6s covers and cases at Gearbest Online store

Hey Samsung S6 users, I know you usually get frustrated with low battery life even after spending around $1000 dollars and purchasing one of the most expensive mobile phones available in the market. You know what, I have got a great solution for these and I am sure you are going to like it and will not get disappointed.

You might have seen Galaxy S6 Case Cover and other similar products which are present in the market and are really good as these are in budget and run for a long time, these are cost effective as you don’t need to purchase those over priced phone covers and bulky power bank.

These are rechargeable battery case for your S6 which is packed with high features. Though there is lot of stuff present these days in the market but you can have a look at the best cases-covers which are good to go!

Coming to its features, the 4200 mAh power bank & cover is a new innovation in itself. The phone can be used without removing the power bank, it can be charged with the help of USB cable. The power bank is not that heavy to hands and in 4 color choices.

Another great asset is the holder, which no one likes to purchase separately but let me tell you one thing, it is one of the things you will often use and would recommend to others. The main purpose of using it is for various visual purposes.

When viewed from user point of view you the best things I liked about it are the presence of Kickstand and led indicator. Overall the product is great, easy to use, packed with features, simple and affordable. What I personally recommend to all of you is to read the user manual before use so that there is no problem in using the product.

Micromax Launches Its First 4K TVs

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After foraying into the TV business in 2012, Micromax has now launched its first 4K TVs in India. The range includes two televisions, the smaller being 42-inches and the larger being 49-inches. Both TVs will be exclusively available via Flipkart starting Thursday at astonishingly low prices of Rs. 39,990 (42-inch) and Rs. 49,990 (49-inch).The TVs feature 4K (Ultra High Definition) display panels with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels. They are also smart TVs, and run Android 4.4 KitKat with Google Play, Facebook, Twitter, Gmail and other apps preloaded. Navigation is through a Smart Somato-Sensory remote control, which acts as an air mouse to make navigation around the user interface easier.

The TVs also sport 2.2GB of internal storage (expandable by up to 32GB) along with 1GB of RAM and a dual-core CPU. Other features include DLNA compatibility, screen mirroring, preloaded games and plenty of connectivity options, including Wi-Fi, USB and HDMI.

The new 4K range from Micromax significantly undercuts the competition on pricing, and this is expected to be a major USP for Micromax. Buyers have been used to paying far more for 4K TVs and this kind of aggressive pricing is expected to force other TV manufacturers to reduce their prices, or offer better features. Unfortunately, a lack of proper 4K content in India still makes 4K TVs somewhat of a luxury, but Micromax can now hope to eliminate that mindset with their aggressive pricing strategy.

Google Glass Has Range of Applications in Plastic Surgery

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The world’s first plastic surgery procedure performed using Google Glass has shown promising use of the eye-wearable device in plastic surgery.

Google Glass has a wide range of possible applications in plastic surgery – with the potential to enhance surgical training, medical documentation and patient safety, researchers report.

“Google Glass is an exciting technology, attracting global interest from multiple industries, professions and individuals,” said surgeon Lorne K Rosenfield from the Stanford University.

Rosenfield performed the first plastic surgery procedure with Glass – an eyelid surgery (blepharoplasty) performed in combination with a facelift procedure.

This experience illustrated some challenges for future refinement, including the limited resolution of the video camera, technical difficulties in streaming and the need for the surgeon to keep the head in a fixed position.

In subsequent procedures, Rosenfield fashioned a head-mounted extra-wide LED light to improve clarity for video viewers as well as for the surgeon.

The ability to demonstrate surgical procedures, live or recorded, has obvious applications for training in plastic surgery and other disciplines.

According to Rosenfield, the recordings also have unique value for self-evaluation by the surgeon.

In the future, Google Glass technology can enable surgeons to receive remote consultations and even “virtual assistance” during actual procedures.

Introduced on a limited basis in 2013, Glass is a hands-free, computerised eyewear that can present information to the wearer and enable recording and sharing of video.

Glass may also be useful in providing rapid access to medical documentation – for example, doctors could call up and view necessary medical records, imaging studies, or checklists.

This might even reduce the spread of infection from handling pens and paper, computers and other sources.

Although Glass is not currently available to the public, the technology is still being developed in several markets, including healthcare.

The article by Rosenfield and co-author Christopher R Davis, MD, appeared in thejournal Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

Israel’s TowerJazz to Produce Sensors for Intel’s 3D Cameras

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TowerJazz has won a contract from Intel Corp to produce infrared sensors for Intel’s 3D cameras, the Israeli chip manufacturer said on Tuesday.

Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but a market source who asked not to be named estimates that the agreement could be worth hundreds of millions of dollars within four years.

The 3D cameras installed on laptops recognise gestures, enabling users to control their computers with hand and head movements.

The technology was developed by Intel’s Israeli subsidiary close to TowerJazz’s manufacturing plant in northern Israel.

Avi Strum, general manager of TowerJazz’s CMOS image sensor business, said the technology has numerous potential uses, such as the ability for the likes of cooks or car mechanics to operate a computer with gestures rather than having to touch it with dirty hands.

The camera can also capture images of an object and quickly create a model for use in 3D printing.

“Intel sensing solutions will bring consumers new experiences and will change the way people capture and share 3D images,” Strum said.

“That Intel chose us for mass production of such sensors is very positive.”

While gesture control is most common in laptops or gaming systems, it is expected to become more widely used in mobile devices such as smartphones.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

Samsung Gear VR Headset Upgrade Launched for Galaxy S6, Galaxy S6 Edge

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In addition to launching the new Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung slipped in a new version of its Gear VR Headset at MWC 2015. While it has no new name, it sports a host of welcome additions along with support for the aforementioned just announced handsets.

The updated Gear VR Innovator Edition now lets you charge it while in use. This should let you be able to use it longer. It’s 15 percent lighter and sports a larger field of vision as well.

Along with this, it’s easier to use over extended periods of time thanks to modified straps. Slicker ergonomics aside, thanks to the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 Edge, Samsung claims this newer version of the Gear VR headset will sport better graphics and improved performance.

While the Gear VR is a result of the Korean company’s partnership with Facebook-owned virtual reality pioneer, Oculus VR – whose primary focus is gaming, Samsung believes there’s use for it in terms of general media consumption as well such as videos. This should come as no surprise what with the company launching the Milk VR app earlier in the year to supplement this endeavour.

The virtual reality space is heating up. Aside from Sony with Project Morpheus, Oculus, and Razer, HTC threw its hat into the ring announcing its partnership with Valve for the HTC Vive VR as well. With immense competition, this latest revision to the Gear VR just further cements Samsung’s commitment to virtual reality.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

SanDisk Unveils 200GB microSDXC Card, USB Drive With Type-C Connector

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Pushing the boundaries of portable storage, SanDisk has unveiled a new microSDXC memory card with an astonishing 200GB capacity. This is particularly impressive because SandDisk has continued to push more and more gigabytes onto a storage medium that is the size of the average human fingernail.It’s interesting to note that despite paying the cost of an average smartphone ($400) for the SanDisk 200GB Ultra microSDXC UHS-1 Premium Edition card, users may not actually be able to use it with anything just yet. Most devices that support microSD are rated to support up to 128GB cards for the time being, including the just unveiledHTC One M9. The new Samsung Galaxy S6 does not even support expandable storage, departing from Samsung’s typical strategy of flagship phones supporting microSD cards. SanDisk rates the card speed at 90MB/s, which means that it will take in excess of 30 minutes to actually fill it up with data.

Also launched by SanDisk is a new 32GB dual-USB drive with a reversible Type-C USB 3.1 connector, and one USB 3.0 connector. Again, here isn’t anything you can actually connect the Dual USB Drive to, with Type-C compatible phones and tablets expected to launch in the coming months. Whenever they do, this card will keep you ready though, and in the meantime, you can always use the regular USB plug to connect it to the vast majority of computers available in the market.

Neither of these products are actually launching just yet, with SanDisk just content to showcase the fact that it’s ready with the next generation of products. Both will be available in the coming months, with the Type-C USB drive also expecting storage capacities higher than 32GB.

SanDisk has also revealed a new 128GB version of its popular iXpand Flash Drive range, designed to quickly transfer pictures and video from iOS devices to Mac computers or PCs. There are also updates to the iXpand Sync app, which now supports Apple’s Touch ID fingerprint sensor on the new iPhones and iPads. The new 128GB capacity costs $150 (roughly Rs. 9,300) and is already retailing via Sandisk.com.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

MWC 2015: Mad Catz Unveils S.U.R.F.R and L.Y.N.X. 3 Controllers

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Not content with unveiling the quirky L.Y.N.X. 9 at CES 2015, Mad Catz announced the S.U.R.F.R, a controller that manages to cram a full QWERTY keyboard, and mouse pointer input along with a smartphone clip for Android device.

Furthermore it includes palm grips for comfort, trigger buttons, and will be available in three colours when it retails in May for $79.99 (roughly Rs. 5,000). There are integrated media controls as well which makes the Mad Catz S.U.R.F.R extend its use beyond gaming, allowing you to surf, text or navigate media.

“Today’s living room is rapidly evolving beyond proprietary cable boxes and gaming consoles. While consumers continue to gravitate towards connected devices as their preferred platform for streaming digital media content, gaming, surfing the web and social media, current controllers just don’t deliver on the experience they desire. The S.U.R.F.R has been designed to get the most out of these different devices we are now accustomed to in our daily lives,” said Darren Richardson, President and Chief Executive Officer of Mad Catz.

lynx_3_mad_catz.jpgIn addition to this, the company also announced the L.Y.N.X. 3 (pictured above). It’s a smaller version of the Mad Catz L.Y.N.X. 9 shown off at CES 2015 sporting the same fold-out design. It retains the console controller layout and phone holder but forgoes the keyboard and tablet holder of its bigger brother. The L.Y.N.X. 3 will retail for $69.99 (roughly Rs. 4,300) and be available in May.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

Uber Slashes Fares Up to 40 Percent Across India

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Uber has slashed taxi fares up to 40 percent across various cities in India that includes Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chandigarh, Chennai, Hyderabad, Jaipur, Mumbai, New Delhi, and Pune. Notably, Kolkata has not seen any price drop yet, but is expected to shortly.The prices are have been dropped on all Uber Products – UberGo, UberX and UberBlack – depending upon the region. The lowest of all prices across cities is now on Jaipur where the UberGo and UberX base fare is Rs. 15 and per kilometre charge is Rs. 7 and Rs. 8 respectively.

“We’re dropping our prices so everyone can now try the full Uber experience. Nothing can beat the fares and the convenience of moving around in an Uber. Press a button and the cheapest ride in town will come to your doorstep,” said company on its blog.

In Ahmedabad, base fare of UberGo and UberX is dropped to Rs. 20 with per kilometre charges of Rs. 7 for both. In Bangalore, Uber operates all three products – UberGo, UberX and UberBlack – with a base fare Rs. 25, Rs. 30 and Rs. 60 along with per kilometre charges of Rs. 7, Rs. 8 and Rs. 13, respectively.

In Chandigarh, UberGo and UberX base fare is Rs. 20 and Rs. 25 with per kilometre charge of Rs. 5 and Rs. 7 respectively, which is cheapest per kilometre charges across India. Uber in Chennai has dropped the UberGo and UberX base fare to Rs. 30, and per kilometre charges to Rs. 8 and Rs. 9 respectively.

In New Delhi, where Uber has had the most tough ride so far, UberGo now has a base fare Rs. 25 and charges of Rs. 7 per kilometre, while the UberX base fare is now Rs. 40 with charges of Rs. 9 per kilometre, and the premium UberBlack now has a base fare of Rs. 60 and charges of Rs. 12 per kilometre.

In Mumbai, Uber now has base fares of Rs. 60, Rs. 100, and Rs. 150 for its UberGo, UberX, and UberBlack services respectively, corresponding with Rs. 8, Rs. 10, and Rs. 13 per kilometre fares.

Finally, in Pune, UberGo and UberX are now Rs. 25 base fare and have charges of Rs. 8 and Rs. 9 per kilometre respectively. UberBlack is priced Rs. 80 base fare and has charges of Rs. 15 per kilometre.

[source : gadgets.ndtv.com]

LG Watch Urbane LTE Has A New Mobile OS

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Earlier today LG announced their new LG Watch Urbane LTE, which is an LTE version of their LG Watch Urbane although it looks like the new model will have a different OS.

The Watch Urbane runs Google’s Android Wear but when the Watch Urbane LTE was announced there was not mention of Google’s smartwatch OS.

According to the guys over at the Verge, the Watch Urbane LTE will come with a new mobile OS, and LG has confirmed to the Verge that it will not be a webOS device Tech Updates.

A new Audi prototype smartwatch was shown off at CES, the watch was produced by LG and it featured webOS, this will not be the same OS on the new Watch Urbane 4G LTE.

We will have to wait until Mobile World Congress next week to find out more information about this new smartwatch OS that LG has developed, as soon as we get some more details we will let you guys know.

[source : geeky-gadgets.com]

New Pebble Time Smartwatch Raises Over $10 Million On Kickstarter

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The original Pebble Smartwatch raised over $10 million on Kickstarter and turned the device into a very popular product, and one of the most popular Kickstarter campaigns to date and now it looks like thePebble Time is about to do the same.

The Pebble Time launched on Kickstarter the other day, and this new smartwatch has managed to raise over $10 million in just two days and with 29 days to go it looks like it will raise more than the original device.

The new Pebble Time comes with a range of new features over the original device  including a color screen and a new Timeline interface.

When the new smartwatch from Pebble launches it will retail for $199 although it is available in Kickstarter for $179, you can find out more details at the link below.

[source : geeky-gadgets.com]