Tory Burch is proud to introduce its first line of smartwatches for Holiday 2017. The new line further extends the brand’s collection of timepieces, which launched in Fall 2014.
The new line is based on THE COLLINS —a clean-lined, menswear-inspired design that is one of the brand’s bestselling watches. It will be available in four distinct styles including a navy perforated leather strap with pops of red; a grosgrain fabric strap in a classic navy and ivory color combination; and gold-tone bracelets with toprings in orange or navy.
Available today, the new Texas Instruments SimpleLink microcontroller (MCU) platform is transforming the pace of product proliferation by uniting a robust set of hardware, software and tools under a single development environment.
Built on a shared foundation of drivers, frameworks and libraries, the SimpleLink MCU platform’s new software development kits (SDKs) enable scalability with 100 percent code reuse, reducing design time and allowing developers to invest once and leverage across multiple products. With the ability to choose any device from the industry’s broadest portfolio of 32-bit wired and wireless ARM®-based MCUs, Internet of Things (IoT) and industrial products can easily adapt to changing design or application requirements.
The ultra-popular, around-the-neck Bluetooth headset is back, this time with Dual MEMS microphones, JBL® Signature Sound and Quad-Layer Speaker Technology™1. Available in Sprint stores today, the LG TONE ULTRA comes in super sleek black for $99.99 and is compatible with the latest iOS and Android smartphones like the new LG G6® and the LG V20®.
The newest LG TONE ULTRA features JBL Signature Sound for listening experiences that feature purer and more accurate extended bass. Plus, with Quad-Layer Speaker Technology™ and more than half a day of listening time, users no longer have to worry about distortion and audio that isn’t balanced when playing their favorite tunes.
Qualcomm Technologies, Inc., a subsidiary of Qualcomm Incorporated (NASDAQ: QCOM), today announced two new System-on-chips (SoCs), the QCA4020 and QCA4024. Qualcomm Technologies is the first to announce a tri-mode SoC QCA4020, integrating Bluetooth® Low Energy 5, Dual-band Wi-Fi®, and 802.15.4-based technologies, including ZigBee® and Thread, while QCA4024 integrates Bluetooth Low Energy 5 and 802.15.4.
Both QCA4020 and QCA4024 deliver advanced features from the Qualcomm® Network IoT Connectivity Platform, including seamless coexistence across technologies with pre-integrated support for HomeKit™ and the Open Connectivity Foundation (OCF™) specifications, as well as support for AWS IoT software development kit (SDK) and Microsoft Azure Internet-of-Things (IoT) Devices SDK to connect with Azure IoT Hub.
D-Link Corporation today announced that the new Omna™ 180 Cam HD (DSH-C310) is available for purchase online today at Apple.com and in Apple stores around the world later this month. The first in D-Link’s Omna family of HomeKit enabled devices, the Omna 180 Cam HD provides an easy way for users to monitor their homes for extra peace of mind.
Omna’s HomeKit integration allows users to be “always home” and includes advanced security features with end-to-end encryption and authentication between the camera and an iPhone or iPad. When activity is detected, users will receive a rich notification on their lock screen, delivered via the Apple Home app, showing a live feed from the camera. Users can even access their Omna remotely to see what’s happening in their home in real time1.
ING customers in Australia wanted it, ING in Australia has provided it. It’s Apple Pay, their NFC payment solution that lets users make their purchases via their iPhones. ING Australia is saying today that there had been high demand for customers for Apple Pay.
“Approximately 70 percent of our Orange Everyday customers who use our app connect with us through Apple devices and they’ve been asking us for Apple Pay. We’re delighted to be able to deliver,” said John Arnott—Executive Director—Customers.
LiftMaster®, the number one brand of professionally installed garage door openers and access solutions, is bringing the promise of Apple HomeKit compatibility to the company’s MyQ®-enabled garage door openers.
Beginning in April 2017, newer LiftMaster residential garage door openers equipped with MyQ technology can be easily upgraded to work with HomeKit using the new MyQ Home Bridge (Model 819LMB), bringing new levels of convenience and control to consumers. Older openers can be upgraded to work with HomeKit using the new MyQ Garage 2.0 (Model 821LMB) accessory.
“LiftMaster and Apple have worked extremely hard to bring an outstanding LiftMaster MyQ experience to the HomeKit ecosystem,” said John Villanueva, Vice President of Marketing. “HomeKit users are going to be very pleased with the level of integration, usability and reliability we will be delivering with MyQ technology.”
Broadvoice, an award-winning provider of hosted voice, unified communications (UC) and SIP trunking services for businesses, has updated its mobile application for Apple iOS so that Broadvoice calls look and feel just like native cellular calls.
Broadvoice mobile apps for UC and cloud PBX give users total access to their office communications suite while on the go. The updated version of the iOS mobile app for Broadvoice now supports Apple’s CallKit on iOS 10, which increases usability and convenience for mobile users.
Kanex, an innovative leader in connectivity solutions for Apple and iOS devices, announces its GoPlay Series of portable wireless game controllers for iOS at CES 2017. GoPlay SideKick, the first in the series, is a pocket-sized wireless game controller for iPhone, iPad and Apple TV. Certified by Apple, this portable controller works with almost any controller-supported game on the App Store. The rechargeable battery provides 20 hours of gameplay and uses Bluetooth 4.0 to connect to your device. The patent pending, innovative clamshell case protects your controller and serves as a stand to prop up your device and experience console-like gameplay wherever you go.
The new Kanex GoPlay SideKick, along with other exciting innovative Kanex products, will be on display at CES 2017 in booth #8906 in the Las Vegas Convention Center North Hall, near the N4 entrance.
Continuing its longstanding commitment to create the most versatile and interoperable smart thermostat available, Carrier is pleased to announce its Côr™ thermostat is now compatible with the Apple HomeKit. The collaboration between Carrier and Apple, two of the world’s most innovative brands, provides homeowners a seamless experience in managing their home’s climate controls and comfort. Carrier, a world leader in high-technology heating, air-conditioning and refrigeration solutions, is a part of UTC Climate, Controls & Security, a unit of United Technologies Corp. (NYSE: UTX).
“Carrier and Apple are brands long synonymous with innovations that have changed our world, so this collaboration signals a very bright future for how homeowners interact with their home. It is a marriage between smart devices and home comfort, convenience and security,” says Matthew Pine, vice president, marketing, Carrier, residential. “We are excited for what this collaboration will mean for our customers, now and in the future.”
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