Posts tagged with: Fetch
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    When we're talking about improvements with smartphone imaging tech, we usually think about picture quality: low-light performance, stabilization, and all that good stuff. And while better camera tech gives us access to higher and higher quality pics, some of the most interesting developments are happening over on the software side of things, as algorithms get better at processing the content of these photos, learning to recognize their subjects and make smart decisions about how to categorize and sort our pics. That extends from automatic photo tagging to some more impressive feats, like ...

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    “Where the hell did I leave that phone? I could call it – I think the ringer might be on. Wait... what's my number, anyway?” Sound familiar? If you count yourself among the absent-minded, you're in good company, as plenty of us regularly find ourselves losing track of our smartphones. Online tracking services help to a degree, but if you're sure the phone is somewhere inside your house, a local solution can sure help speed things up. To that end, Motorola has just launched its latest mobile accessory, the Motorola Keylink Bluetooth fob. Keylink works with the Motorola Connect app for ...

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    Watch today's Pocketnow Daily as we talk about some of the screenshots leaked of the Galaxy Gear companion app for Samsung devices, aside from some more revealing patents of a future Motorola smart watch. We later talk about the Sony Honami and the first leaked gallery of the phone. The iPhone 5S is next as we have some carrier support information to back the name now. Intel surprised our radar after that since it seems they want to go into the smartphone business. We end today's show talking about the new HTC Fetch and HTC Mini+, even though we debate their functionality. All this and ...

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    A little earlier this week, we saw HTC appear to be gearing-up for the release of the Mini+, the follow-up to the Bluetooth handset accessory we first saw released alongside the Butterfly back at the start of the year. It looks like that guy wasn't alone, and today HTC hosted a little launch event to introduce not only this new Mini+, but a pocket-sized Bluetooth-based tracking device as well, the HTC Fetch. We learn a little new about the Mini+, but after seeing the product's page on HTC's site already, there really wasn't much left to know. Apparently the Mini+'s remote capabilities will ...

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