Sony has seen considerable success with its PSVR headset. If you were wondering whether the company has any plans to make a wireless version of its popular headset, there just might be hope. A new patent has been uncovered which suggests that Sony has given some thought to making a wireless PSVR headset.
The patent was published by the Japan Patent Office over the weekend and the images therein suggest that the virtual reality headset will be able to work without having any direct cable connection to a console. It will rely on a radio wave instead to communicate between the console, breakout box, and the headset.
While wireless charging has become rather common in smartphones, Google for some reason has decided to not include it in its Pixel lineup of phones. However could the company be changing their mind with the Pixel 3? According to the folks at XDA, it seems that there is a possibility that they might.
According to the report, they point towards a set of leaked photos of the Pixel 3 which according to one of the XDA forum members, features a glass back. This means that there is a chance that the Pixel 3 could have wireless charging. However the use of a glass back could simply be for aesthetic purposes but in the latest Android P Developer Preview, XDA also found some code that hints at the feature.
Wireless and portable photo printers aren't new. In fact Fujifilm might be a company that users might be more familiar with when it comes to such devices. However in case you're looking for an alternative, you might be interested to learn that Canon has recently announced their latest wireless portable photo printer dubbed IVY.
As you can tell from the photo, it looks like a rather standard photo printer where it is small enough to fit into the palm of the user so that it can be brought along with them on the go. It will connect to cameras and other devices using Bluetooth connectivity which means that as long as your device supports Bluetooth, you're good to go.
JVCKenwood was a tad premature in announcing head units with wireless Android Auto given that phones weren't officially ready for it, but that support is finally here... more or less. Google has enabled cord-free Android Auto in vehicles that have an Android Auto Wireless-compatible infotainment system (built-in or aftermarket), but only if you have a relatively recent Google phone running Oreo – that means a Pixel, Pixel 2, Nexus 5X or Nexus 6P. Sorry, folks, your LG- or Samsung-branded phone will have to wait. You'll also need a USB cable for the initial setup, so don't leave the wire at home the first time around. Wireless, smartphone-based in-car interfaces have been slow in coming regardless of which smartphone you use. Apple's CarPlay has supported wireless connections for longer, but it's still not nearly as common as its wired counterpart. Still, this is an important step. Car manufacturers and electronics companies may be more likely to add wireless support knowing that there's a wider variety of compatible handsets.
Sony Mobile will bring wireless charging support to its upcoming Xperia XZ2 flagship. This is the first time that Sony has introduced integrated wireless charging support for its mainstream global model. Sony had previously adopted wireless charging, but only for select models targeted to the US market, such as the Xperia Z3v and Z4v for Verizon, the latter which ended up being cancelled.
Sony has introduced a new Gold Wireless Headset that it’s going to start selling to customers later this month. The company says that the new design has been developed to provide enhanced comfort and performance which becomes absolutely essential during those long gaming sessions. Sony confirms that the new Gold Wireless Headset is going to be available in the United States in the next few weeks.
Everything that customers loved about the old Gold Wireless Headset has been retained while it gets a sleek new design with refined over-ear cushions that make it more comfortable for long gaming sessions.
Dospara is offering you their newest mini wireless keyboard ‘DN-915040' that comes with a built-in trackball. Measuring W113mm x D262mm x H31mm and weighing 300g, this travel-friendly keyboard makes use of 2.4GHz radio frequency (works up to 9 meters) and has 78 English layout keys (w/ 16 hotkeys), a scroll wheel w/ 2 click buttons and a tiny USB receiver.
[CES 2018] These days with smartphone makers starting to ditch the 3.5mm audio jack (there are still some holdouts, but we reckon it will become an eventuality), this means that smartphone users will probably need to start looking for wireless alternatives unless they don't mind dealing with a bunch of dongles.
The good news is that at CES 2018, Sony has unveiled a trio of wireless in-ear headphones that ranges in price points, meaning that you should be able to find a pair that suits your budget. However if there is a feature that they all share, it is that they have an IPX4 rating, meaning that they are essentially sweat-resistant.
Buffalo has unveiled their newest wireless LAN repeater, the WEX-1166DHPS. Designed to extend the radio range of the wireless LAN into out-of-reach areas of the home, the WEX-1166DHPS is equipped with a built-in antenna, a WPS button and 1x wired LAN port, and supports for dual-band WiFi access point (2.4GHz – 300Mbps and 5GHz – 866Mbps).
Panasonic Corp exhibited a flexible lithium-ion (Li-ion) rechargeable battery that can be attached to human body and clothes and embedded in cards at Ceatec Japan 2017, which took place from Oct 3 to 6, 2017, at Makuhari Messe in Chiba Prefecture, Japan.
The flexible battery was first announced in September 2016. But, this time, Panasonic reduced its thickness by 0.1mm and demonstrated wireless charging of the battery.