Omate probably isn't the first brand that comes to mind when you think of smartwatches, but the truth is it was one of the first to launch a 3G-enabled smartwatch. It's been over two years since then but such devices have yet to fully take off, not to mention that LG has recently canned its latest LTE watch. But that's good news for Omate who is launching the Rise, a $200 fully circular smartwatch, via Indiegogo on December 7th. Much like its predecessor, the Rise runs on full Android 5.1 (customized with Omate's new OUI 4.0) instead of Android Wear, meaning you can side load any regular Android app -- including all the missing Google Play services -- onto it. But of course, you'll have to get used to poking around on that 1.3-inch, 360 x 360 round LCD. Additionally, the Rise also works as a notification watch with phones running on either iOS 9 or Android 4.4 and above.
Motorola or LG? It’s not an easy question to answer this year, at least when you’re comparing the Moto X Pure Edition (also known as the Moto X Style) against the LG G4. At first glance, they’re actually more similar than you might expect (same CPU, GPU, memory, etc.), though there are some important differences worth underlining.
Hello there, mobile photographer! Fancy trying out a new camera app? We found one that may be to your liking — it's free and also open-source. Open Camera might not look like much, given its bare-bones interface, but as we all know, looks tend to deceive! So, yeah, check this out — Open Cam gives you several interesting photography-related functions. There's the option to auto-stabilize shots so your scenes are near-perfect level, no matter what's going on. In terms of camera modes and settings, the application offers flash, torch, focus, scene, color effects, white balance, ISO, exposure compensation, exposure lock, and face detection.
Red Hat, Inc. (NYSE:RHT), of the Technology sector was at a price of 82.5 today, marking a change of -0.02%. Red Hat, Inc. forecasts a earnings per share growth of 2.20% over the next year. Its return on investment is currently 8.70% and its debt to equity is currently 0.53. Red Hat, Inc. has a market cap of 15081 and its gross margin is 84.80%.