There are a lot of smartphones and other mobile devices in Seoul, so finding a spot to charge your phone can be tough. A new initiative is being implemented in Seoul, South Korea, to hopefully ease some of the frustration.
The iWatch may have started as just another smartwatch, but the most consistent rumors regarding Apple’s oft-rumored wearable device have turned it into a device far more focused on health and fitness than just an average watch. So, what’s next after wearables around your wrist? How about in your ears?
As anyone who drives will tell you, the compulsion to check your phone is an intense one. Even looking down at your phone to change a song that’s playing while you’re driving is enough to potentially cause an accident, though, so any method that helps us keep our eyes on the road is a good one. And that’s where Navdy comes in.
When you push the limits, boundaries, and conventional wisdom with a device, you’re bound to hit a few snagsâ€”even if the idea is really awesome. FreedomPop’s iPhone case/data device they have been showing off at CES is stuck in the FCC approval process because nothing like it has ever been done before.
Lots of us have had our iDevices get dunked. From the simple to the stupid, it happens. Here in Vancouver, since it rains so much of the year (most of the fall, winter, and spring), it’s a little risky to take your phone out when you’re walking around. It doesn’t take long for the device to get pretty wet. LiquipelÂ launched last year with their service to completely waterproof your iPhone with their nano process. At CES Liquipel 2.0 is out and it isn’t just betterâ€¦it’s coming to a mall near you.