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Here is another example of wearable technology, this time the tech has been incorporated into a glove allowing the user to operate the audio features on the Smartphone while it is away in a pocket or bag. This kind of gear is ideal for anyone involved in extreme sports or who has job that requires the use of both hands, whatever the case the GoGlove takes all of the effort out of controlling the device.
In order for the GoGlove to work seamlessly with a Smartphone, it is going to need some cool features, so let us take a closer look at what makes the GoGlove work. First of all, it connects using a low energy Bluetooth LE 4.0 connection, so it is not going to use up all of your battery.
There is OS Support for iOS 7+ and Android 4.3+ mobile operating systems. As for the controls, you get Play/Pause, Skip/Back Track, and Volume Up/Down. As well as native apps such as iTunes and Google Play. The GoGlove can activate Siri on iOS 7+ only and there is a battery life of up to six months.
The GoGlove will be launching soon with a retail price around $129, but for a short while, it can be pre ordered from just $69, which represents a massive saving on the potential retail price.
Smart things are not that uncommon these days, but many of these smart devices just make things easier for the user. The Whome on the other looks like it is going to be something really useful around the home and even in the office too, you never know when a good smart device is going to come in handy. So what is Whome? This is a device that can be many things to many situations. It might have the appearance of a light bulb, which it is as it comes with a sixteen million colour LED bulb that supports 256 gears and can go up to 800lm of brightness.
In short, this means that each Whome bulb is able to produce just about any colour around, so there is no need to worry about colour schemes with this light. There is a built in two inch 10W high quality speaker system that your devices can connect to through a wireless connection. The colours of the bulb can be changed depending on the music being played through the Whome, it really does change with the rhythm and that is going to be a really cool lighting effect to have and show off.
That is not all, as this is a social networking bulb as well by this they mean that you can share your choices of colours and sounds, your friends can then download these setting through the Whome app and reproduce the same set up on their own Whome, making this bulb and truly social lighting and sound system. As with many devices the more you have the better the effect is. If you have a Whome in each room of the house you will be able to play different sounds and produce different colours for each Whome from the one Smartphone running the Whome app, the control is right at your finger tips.
The Whome could be launching by the end of the year when it will cost around £120, but anyone who pre orders the Whome can pick one up from between £60 and £70 depending on the colour choices.
Streaming music is more popular than ever these days, but getting the right gear together is the problem. Luckily it appears to be sorted with the Moto Stream, which is a little device with five coloured faces and enough technology to connect your smartphone, mp3 player or other music device to the homes speaker system with ease and of course, no wires at all! It is easy to use too and it works with all of the popular apps.
The Moto Stream will work with any device that is powered by Android, iOS or Windows operating systems. The light indicator on the front comes with five cool coloured facets; it is charged through a Micro USB wall charger and connects to paired devices through the Bluetooth 3.0 connection with a range of up to 300 feet. As for the size, it measures up at just 57 mm (H) x 60 mm (W) x 69 mm (D) and it weighs in at just 100 grams.
This small device is not going to cost the earth either so it’s going to be popular simply because of its features such as; NFC, tap to connect a device and the ability to change tracks etc from anywhere in the home or office. With this device, you really are taking control of the music system and all it took was a small funny shaped and coloured device to do it.
This is a great little device ideal for parties and events, broadcast your music with the Moto Stream from just $50!
Source: Motorola Blog