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WeChat 6.0 para iOS ahora permite capturar y compartir vídeos cortos


La aplicación de mensajería y vídeo llamadas WeChat para iOS acaba de ser actualizada con la novedad de que ahora permite grabar vídeos cortos de 6 segundos, similar a la aplicación Vine.

Con esta característica llamada Sight, pueden capturar vídeos muy fácilmente.  Para grabar un vídeo, solo deben de deslizar hacia abajo la pantalla de Chats.

Una vez terminado de grabar el vídeo de 6 segundos, lo pueden compartir a través de Chats o Momentos

Enlace de descarga | WeChat para iOS

Bloomberg: Gold iPad Coming This Month, 12.9-Inch Version Next Year

Bloomberg: Gold iPad Coming This Month, 12.9-Inch Version Next Year

Bloomberg is reporting that Apple is set to announce a refresh of its iPad range later this month, including the addition of a gold color way—but the rumored 12.9-inch version apparently won't appear until next year.


Parrot MINIKIT Neo 2 HD: Bessere Klangqualität für die Freisprechanlage
Mit dem Parrot MINIKIT Neo 2 HD bringt Parrot eine neue portable Freisprechanlage auf den Markt. Sie ist mit 'HD Voice' kompatibel und soll eine bessere Sprachqualität mit sich bringen.
Apple Watch has a smaller screen in tweaked video
Apple has released a new version of its Apple Watch design video, and a perceptive viewer noticed a slightly different design from the original. Most noticeable is a smaller sapphire screen and larger bezel on the Watch render, which appears to more...
Withings Activité Hits The FCC

withings activite fccWithings does have its fair share of wearable devices, and this time around, the Withings Activité wearable device has appeared over at the FCC – which means it ought to be well on its way to the market in due time. After all, we have already seen a fitness tracker that is known as the Pulse O2 which can be clipped onto a belt or clothing, or simply to keep track of the number of your steps taken each day. Alternatively, you can also slap on the Pulse O2 on your wrist like a watch – which looks rather out of place, of course. The Withings Activité is a whole lot more aesthetically pleasing, as it resembles more like a Swiss watch which sports a bevy of motion sensors that are hidden right under the surface.

Specially designed in France and manufactured in Switzerland, it looks like a watch at first, but there is a tiny circle located within the watch’s face that will inform you of your overall progress in the direction of each day’s activity goals. Majority of the front of the device will point your attention to a classic analog watch design, although there will also be Bluetooth connectivity thrown into the mix, and a vibration motor that acts as a somewhat silent alarm. Expect the Withings Activité to be water resistant, boasting of the ability to withstand both sweat and swimming pools. Choose from black or white shades when it arrives with an expected price point of $390 thereabouts.

Withings Activité Hits The FCC , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.
Delightful 'Thunderbirds' documentary goes behind the strings
Stand by for action! New documentary "Filmed in Supermarionation" goes behind the strings of Gerry Anderson's puppet shows "Thunderbirds," "Captain Scarlet" and "Stingray."

Bloomberg: New iPad Air To Feature Gold Option

ipad air goldThere is just something about a shade of gold that automatically makes a particular device seem to be a whole lot more desirable, don’t you think so? Bloomberg claims that Apple’s next generation iPad Air will arrive in a shade of gold – and of course, this is not a gold plated tablet that will be insanely expensive, but rather, it will follow the footsteps of the likes of the iPhone 5s that arrives in a shade of gold, too, that appealed to plenty of people when it was first introduced.

At least if this particular rumor pans out to be correct, then it would mean the company’s flagship tablet would now be on par with the rest of the other color options that the iPhone offers. Bloomberg claims that sources which are familiar with Apple’s iPad launch plans tout to introducing a gold rear case choice as part of an effort to give their tablet sales a leg up, which will complement current space gray and silver colors.

The next-generation 9.7-inch iPad Air is set to debut later this fall according to rumors. Basically, you cannot go wrong with gold I suppose, as folks tend to have this line of thought that something which is gold in color tends to be a whole lot more precious.

Bloomberg: New iPad Air To Feature Gold Option , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.
Sewer Sensors Could Help Sniff Out Bombs

sniffing bombsBeing in the sewers are no fun at all, despite all the adventure that the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles seem to advocate. You don’t know what kind of vile creatures that live underneath there, not to mention the cesspool of water that stinks to the high heavens. Not only that, sewers also pose a potential danger in the future – where dirty bombs could be planted there, and it is going to be really difficult in weeding them out. This is where the EU-funded project known as Emphasis comes in, where it will attempt to design a network of hi-tech sensors for sewers.

This particular network is capable of detecting the kind of chemicals that are used to come up with homemade explosives, and most of the time, such chemicals tend to end up in the wastewater. After all, there is a need to rinse the equipment that one uses at home down the drain, and this is where the Emphasis system comes in.

The sensors are capable of detecting various traces of the ingredients that are used in order to make the explosives. Such sensors will detect minute traces of the bomb ingredients, capable of recording details such as their concentration levels, not to mention the time and location detected. This information will then be set out to the local authorities, where the relevant steps will then be taken. Could this be a foolproof method of counter-terrorism? No, but at least it is a start, and in an unconventional manner, too.

Sewer Sensors Could Help Sniff Out Bombs , original content from Ubergizmo. Read our Copyrights and terms of use.
Fight Cabin Fever With The LifeTrak BRITE R450

Brite R450For those who happen to live in the northern hemisphere, you would most probably be aware by now that we are all thrown into the first week of autumn, and what a welcome it is! The leaves have started to perform their annual ”trick” of changing color, while the air starts to get a whole lot cooler and crisper – with days being shorter too, of course. However, this weather does not have a positive effect on everyone, since there are some who suffer from what is known as “cabin fever.” Salutron intends to help those who suffer from such a condition with the LifeTrak BRITE R450.

The LifeTrak BRITE R450 happens to be a new tracker which is touted to monitor the amount of blue and white light which you are exposed to throughout the entire day. Blue light has been tested to show just how beneficial it is when it comes to enhancing one’s mood, giving your energy levels a boost, as well as improve the overall quality of sleep. Not only that, it will inform you if you are receiving too little or too much light, and it will also send out recommendations based on your time zone.

In addition, the LifeTrak BRITE R450 will also feature improved sleep tracking features, where it knows just when you fall asleep, as well as keeping track on the quality of your sleep. A vibrating alarm helps to wake you up at the most optimal time too. Expect this puppy to roll out this October 15th for $129.99.

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