Google IO 2016 Coverage

Vizio’s 2016 M-Series range of 4K HDR Televisions with built-in Google Cast are now available to order from $849

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If you’ve thought about replacing your current television with a swankier model, perhaps Vizio‘s 2016 M-Series range of televisions with 4K resolution, HDR, and built-in Google Cast (SmartCast) could be what you are looking for. Vizio has just announced that the M-Series is now available to order in a range of sizes up to 80-inches and a price tag starting from $849 up to $3,999 for the 80″ model. Read more

Pebble is counting down to a mystery announcement on May 24th

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Google may have announced Android Wear 2.0 at I/O 2016 last week, but it isn’t the only game in town when it comes to smartwatches. Pebble is a credible option when it comes to buying a smartwatch, appealing to users of both Android and iOS with its functionality. It’s been a little while since Pebble launched a new device, and it seems that something is afoot because Pebble has posted a countdown timer on its Twitter account alluding to an announcement being made tomorrow, May 24th. Read more

Fitbit scoops up Coin, will likely build mobile payments in fitness trackers

fitbit_blaze_plum_wristMobile payments make sense on wearable technology, which is Fitbit has made a move to purchase Coin. Coin already created a credit card that would take advantage of NFC payments, so adding this technology to a fitness tracker is a natural move.

This purchase was recent, so don’t expect to see NFC payments make their way into any 2016 Fitbits. Beyond that, though? There’s a pretty good chance. Read more