Samsung Connect Tag Lets You Track Your Stuff
Samsung today announced the Connect Tag, a wireless fob that you can attach to just about anything to monitor its location. Samsung envisions the Connect Tag will work best on kids' backpacks, car keys, dog collars, or even tossed inside cars. The Connect Tag relies on narrowband network technology (NB-IoT) to manage wireless connections efficiently. It includes GPS, WiFi, and Cat M1, which was designed specifically for low-power use cases. The Connect Tag works with Samsung's SmartThings ecosystem and includes advanced features such as geofencing, smart home scripts, as well as an on-demand live location requests via the associated smartphone app. Alternately, Connect Tag wearers can voluntarily broadcast their real-time location if they become lost, providing parents with a popup alert along with the exact spot on a map. The Connect Tag is small at 4.21 by 1.19 centimeters, is waterproof and rugged, and the internal battery can last up to seven days on a single change. The Samsung Connect Tag will go on sale in the coming months. Pricing wasn't disclosed.
Tag Heuer Shows Off Its Connected Android Watch
Tag Heuer today announced the Connected, a smartwatch based on Google's Android Wear platform. The Connected has a titanium body, 46mm sapphire glass display, and a range of straps available in seven different colors that draw from the design of the Tag Heuer Carrera analog watch.
Tag Heuer, Intel Partner On Second Android Watch
Tag Heuer and Intel today announced the Modular 45, an Android-powered smartwatch run by an Intel processor. As the name implies, the wearable is highly configurable thanks to easy-to-swap modules, horns, bracelets, buckles, and dials.
Samsung Accessories Land Alongside Note7
The Samsung Galaxy Note7 reaches U.S. stores today and with it some interesting accessories and companion products from Samsung.
Facebook's Moments App Adds Video Support
Facebook recently updated its Moments app for Android devices and gave it the ability to share videos. Moments, which launched last year, scans users' photo libraries and uses facial recognition to find and tag friends in the photos.
Twitter, Foursquare to Offer Place Tagging in Tweets
Twitter today said it has partnered with Foursquare so users can tag specific locations in Tweets. Twitter already lets users to tag their location from its mobile apps, but the location is defined loosely across a broad area, like a neighborhood or town.