Apple’s upcoming weapons, the iOS8 and the iPhone6 , announced in the WWDC are not the only ones in the picture.
Samsung’s giving Tizen to TVs, Valve’s going VR and Amazon’s unveiling something that’s apparently amazing , which means a lot is happening on the Tech Front.
The following lay in wait to come into markets:
The star of Apple’s annual WWDC, the iOS 8, the latest and greatest version of Apple’s mobile OS, garnered stacks of add ons including third party keyboards, improved messaging, a clever feature called Continuity that moves seamlessly from mobile to Mac and back again, and a new app called Health. No sign of the iWatch, but it seems to be round the corner.
We wonder what made apple name this OS after the cartoon character, Yosemite Sam –but this OS is much more than a name people can’t pronounce. There’s the excellent iOS integration to cringe for.
Amazon’s new phone
Twitter users were amazed with Amazon’s debut video of Amazon’s prospective 3D smartphone. It’s expected to arrive on June 18.
Sweet Adieu, PSP..
The final curtain call for PSP is this year. Sadly, this trusty device fell prey to its own high price tag and people’s rising demands for the Nintendo.
Another nifty Nexus
Nexus 8 is set to arrive with a whole lot of fanfare. A notch better than Nexus 7, it will come with improved performance – definitely something nexus users are looking forward to.
Samsung’s only Tizen
Samsung has long had a grip on Smart Tv. The Smart TV interface – Tizen would have an SDK for developers in July and that it would go hand in glove with the Gear smartwatches and the Samsung Z smartphone.
Valve’s VR ‘s new headset:
Valve’s new virtual reality headset, are focused around helping other headset developers such as Oculus Facebook and might not be available for regular users right away.