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Google Wear OS partners with Samsung for new wearable smart watch OS

Google Wear OS is still alive – Samsung partnership to help reboot, but did Google miss rebranding opportunity?

Finally. Google is rebooting Wear OS in a serious effort to take on Apple Watch.
Apple HomePod

Trendspotting: Apple HomePod + Apple TV display = Amazon Echo Show competitor?

Apple is re-grouping and taking on the smart home once again.
Apple iPhone 13 launch new models specs pricing

Smartphone Depreciation Report: Apple iPhone 12 vs. Samsung Galaxy S21

Just like we see in the auto industry, firms like to track how leading smartphones depreciate over time. The latest report via SellCell compares two of today's biggest sellers: the Samsung Galaxy S21 vs. Apple iPhone 12. Both are the respective flagships so it's interesting for those looking to make...
Best SD Cards for Shooting 4K Video on Panasonic GH5 mirrorless camera

Trendspotting: Mirrorless camera market is tanking in Japan

Things were already tough for mirrorless cameras (and DSLRs as well). Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy and Google Pixel and other smartphones have built-in cameras that shoot 4K video, high quality photos, and are more than good enough for most people. So it was no surprise that camera sales...
Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Foldable PC - CES 2020

CES Awards: Foldable Lenovo PC wins best in show (plus other emerging tech to watch)

Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Fold, a foldable tablet and could-be laptop device, took best in show in The Verge's annual CES Awards. If you want to see the latest trends and what to watch out for in 2020 and beyond, you may want to check out the complete list of...
LG ThinQ washer and dryer - Smart Pairing

Trendspotting CES: Appliances that talk to each other — LG washer/dryer are BFF

Big data, AI and machine learning in the laundry room.
Fewer than 10% of Americans are buying $1,000 smartphones, report says

Trendspotting: Death of the flagship phone?

A new report suggests that what we've all already been thinking all along may be true: the flagship smartphone is dying an unceremonious death. NPD reports that fewer than 10% of buyers in the U.S. spend more than $1,000 for a new phone. However, that number does rise for buyers based...