A university in Canada has developed a tablet with a flexible screen that can rolled up. It can be rolled to display a larger screen (7.5” touch screen) and rolled back into a phone(although the size is a little too big). You can be able to scroll to infinitely through on social media
A smartwatch that maintains your sense of style while keeping you on health track with a buzz of social media connections all on your wrist.
A Michael Kors’ evolution of wearable technology, the Runway smartwatch offers a new highly personalized experience with heart-rate tracking, swimproof functionality, payment methods, untethered GPS and more
Equipped for your every need, the Runway smartwatch features new digital dial designs that connect to and visually show your heart rate, making it easy to measure and track.
Listening to music has got way better and fashionable too. If you love wearing glasses (sunglasses, or geeky glasses) and listening to music on the move, you will love this new gadget called MusicLens. Glasses with music, who knew we were headed there. They come in different types and colors that match your vibe. That way no one will be left out.
Sony unveiled it’s simple projector is called Xperia Touch fully powered by Android that turns any table or wall into a touch-enabled screen, letting you swipe and manipulate apps and screens as if you were using a 23-inch phone.
Xperia Touch, the Android 7.0-powered tabletop device is due to hit shelves this summer, and it could be the first must-have gadget from Sony in years. The 5-inch device sports a new look as well. Something of a cross between a toaster and a top-loading CD burner, the Xperia Touch is wrapped in a textured silver shell that features a control strip at the top. It includes an array of sensors built into its small frame including GPS, ambient light, barometer, temperature, humidity, and human detection—as well as a 13MP camera and two-way stereo speaker that all work together to turn any flat surface into a fully interactive touch screen.