10 Things that you should know about iPhone 8

The iPhone 8 is bigger than iPhone 7 and smaller than iPhone 7+. If you are one of those people who are not fully aware of what the new device that launched on 12th September offers, then we have compiled a crib-sheet for you. Obviously, that you are here we presume that you are aware that all iPhone gadgets are premium products that basically cater to the higher end of the market. Here are a few things that you need to know.

10. Bigger screen
The whole point of an iPhone 8 is that it is going to have a bigger screen than any device that Apple has yet made, but in a smaller body. This means that you will now have a phablet in your hand and you can enjoy the reasons that you buy a bigger phone for, without feeling sorry for the reasons that people do not buy a bigger phone for. It won’t stretch your hand to breakable point. A 5.8 inch display will enable this with a small and thin bezel at the top for the flash and camera. This will be the key reason for many people to upgrade to iPhone 8 since no other Apple phone has ever offered a screen experience of this size.

9. It will be faster than ever
Apple has decided to fuel up the engine a bit so that more power comes out. Let’s say it is going to feel like riding a mountain bike instead of a normal two wheeler without gears. You can expect a new chip that will not only run faster but will also offer a graphical grunt that would be better off than before. Apple owes this to the distance between the transistors on the chips that makes power management better. Now we don’t want to boggle your minds with physics and electronics so let’s just move on to say that this technology will be pricey- yes.

8. iPhone 8 is expensive
Sorry to break this to you if you were looking forward to an upgrade but like you already know, Apple caters to the higher end of the market so technology like this won’t come cheap given its past record. You will either need a decent income or you will have to save a little while before you can afford this phone. Think about the most expensive tariff that you have heard of, for phone contracts, then add some more. The phone alone will cost like $1000/ 900 GBP and 1250 AUD while you can add some meaty contract price to this figure and estimate the total for yourself.

See also; World’s most expensive smartphones.

7. It has two cameras
Maybe this won’t come as a surprise but the cameras will be arranged vertically instead of horizontally. This is for the AR functions which we will explain in a bit. AR stands for Augmented Reality. It will have better images in the form of sharpness and quality because of the optical image stabilisation in both cameras. Also you would be able to zoom in- literally! iPhone 7+ had a bokeh effect on screen which has been modified for iPhone 8 to make the images look smoother on social media. That is a big plus point for users. So basically, phones are a lot about images, photos and visuals.

6. Apple’s first AR machine
Apple has never brought an AR machine into the market before. This will be the first one. After the camera upgrades, this will be a big boost in the impression that Apple already has. The new iPhone will be able to see your surroundings and assess the depth of what is being looked at. This was a big deal at the launch so AR is going to be a big push this year.

5. OLED Display
Perhaps one of the key advantages that rival Samsung has had over Apple is the OLED display that offers rich colours. Apple though awesome with respect to graphics, did appear black before. The colours will now be rich and more immersive. Because of the faster screen refresh, the device will lend itself to VR too. The new display allows HD playbacks and better visuals in terms of smoothness. These panels are currently being produced by Samsung and if Apple has joined in, it will certainly make money through it.

4. No Home button
Actually no button at all. The button has previously already gone away on iPhone 7 where it vibrated when pushed, but now they have taken it away altogether. So how will users of apps “get home” as they use the new Apple iPhone? Well, the button will be there and on the same place but instead of being physically there- it will be at the bottom of the screen as users use their app. The button could in future move to the back of the phone for tapping or become an altogether different software type thing. Users might find it hard to adjust to this but we don’t see why it should be a problem when they are gaining so much screen in return for a button!

3. Battery: hope mustn’t die
They are saying that the battery is bigger this time. Well, let’s hope that it is because this is something that has been fairly anticipated by the users of iPhone. The larger screen will require more power to run because of the greater number of pixels so the internal gearing up was a necessity. We yet need to see a battery as good as Lumia or Nokia by the way, but with a 3000 mAh battery the iPhone 8 might not ruin a most precious moment by turning off just when you needed the camera. iPhone 7 had a 2700 mAh battery which livened things up when it was realized, perhaps Apple is now going to have the longest lasting iPhone to date and that too with CPU improvements. Double deal!

2. No headphone jack
Talking about the new design of iPhone 8, there is no headphone jack “anywhere” on the phone. Apple launched its earpods which is a harbinger of the wireless future that the company is looking at, because the current cans have certainly become relevant. If playing with the wire as you listen to something is still an addiction, you could find some Apple friendly headphones that you can insert in the lightning port.

1. No charging
apple iphone 8
This is something that would push me to buy the iPhone 8 device for sure. Imagine not having to plug in the cable! Apple has taken up the fore position on the front line of wireless technology where the all glass backs of the iPhone 8 and other two upcoming versions, announced on the 10th anniversary of the company, will enable the phones to charge without cables. Third party accessories that support the Qi standard of charging and their own AirMat accessory will be used for the purpose. This is a challenge that any users have been looking for a solution to for a long time.

Apple hopes that consumers won’t mind the hefty price tag which comes with the latest iPhone 8. Also it is moving back from the legacy of introducing one gadget every two years- it is going to launch three devices in one year. Apple remains 2 years ahead of its competitors and that is what scares the rivals most. With three devices coming out in a single year, how far is it leaving the others behind?

10 Best Attack Helicopters in The World

Helicopter is the most effective source used for logistics,Wars and rescue purposes these days. From their first appearance in World War II, through the Vietnam War and to the modern day, helicopters have helped to transform the battlefield.

These are the 10 Best Attack Helicopters in the World today. Each are rated on their avionics, agility, speed & firepower capabilities.

Top 10 Best Attack Helicopters in the world.
10. Z-10
10 Best Attack Helicopters
The Z-10 attack helicopter is in service with Chinese army since 2008. The Z-10 helicopter has a standard gunship configuration with a narrow fuselage and stepped tandem cockpits. Gunner is seated at the front and the pilot is at the rear. Weapons of the Z-10 may consist of 30-mm cannon, HJ-9 anti-tank guided missiles (comparable to the TOW-2A), newly developed HJ-10 anti-tank missiles (comparable to the AGM-114 Hellfire) and TY-90 air-to-air missiles. It can also carry unoperated rocket pods.

See also; Top 10 Most Advanced Helicopters in The World.

9. MI-24 Hind
Attack Helicopters
The Mil Mi-24 is a large helicopter gunship and attack helicopter and low-capacity troop transport with room for eight passengers. The Mi-24, the first helicopter to enter service with the Russian Air Force as an assault transport and gunship. The Mi-24 is a close counterpart to the American AH-64 Apache, but unlike this and other Western assault helicopters it is also capable of transporting up to eight troops.

8. AH-2 Rooivalk
Attack Helicopters
The Denel Rooivalk is an attack helicopter manufactured by Denel of South Africa. Rooivalk is Afrikaans for “Red Kestrel”. The South African air forces operate only 12 Denel AH-2 Rooivalk attack helicopters. Although it looks like an entirely new machine, the Rooivalk is based on a degree of reverse engineering of the Aerospatiale Puma, using the same engines and main rotor.

7. AH-1W Super Cobra
USA Helicopter
The Bell AH-1 SuperCobra is a twin-engine attack helicopter based on the US Army’s AH-1 Cobra. The twin Cobra family includes the AH-1J SeaCobra, the AH-1T Improved SeaCobra, and the AH-1W SuperCobra.

6. A-129/T-129 (Italy/Turkey)
Attack Helicopters
The Agusta A129 Mangusta is an attack helicopter originally designed and produced by Agusta in Italy. It was the first attack helicopter to be designed and produced wholly in Western Europe.

The TAI/AgustaWestland T-129 ATAK is a derivative version of the A129, and its development is the responsibility of Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI), with AgustaWestland as the primary partner.

5. AH-1Z Viper
AH-1Z Viper, USA Helicopter
Capable. Flexible. Multi-mission. The ultimate in attack helicopters. The Bell AH-1Z Viper is a twin-engine attack helicopter based on the AH-1W SuperCobra, that was developed for the United States Marine Corps. The AH-1Z features a four-blade, bearingless, composite main rotor system, uprated transmission, and a new target sighting system. The AH-1Z is part of the H-1 upgrade program. It is also called “Zulu Cobra” in reference to its variant letter.

4. Eurocopter Tiger
Eurocopter LE TIGRE
The Eurocopter Tiger is an attack helicopter manufactured by Eurocopter. In Germany it is known as the Tiger; in France and Spain it is called the Tigre. The Tiger is powered by two MTU Turbomeca Rolls-Royce MTR390 turboshaft engines.

See also; Top 10 Fifth Generation Fighter Aircraft.

3. MI-28H Havoc (Russia)
Mil Mi-28 Havoc
The Mil Mi-28 (NATO reporting name ‘Havoc’) is a Russian all-weather, day-night, military tandem, two-seat anti-armor attack helicopter. It is a dedicated attack helicopter with no intended secondary transport capability, better optimized than the Mil Mi-24 for the role. It carries a single gun in an undernose barbette, plus external loads carried on pylons beneath stub wings.

See also; World’s Most Expensive Helicopters.

2. Kamov KA-50/KA-52
Kamov KA-50/KA-52
The Kamov Ka-50 “Black Shark” is a single-seat Russian attack helicopter with the distinctive coaxial rotor system of the Kamov design bureau. It was designed in the 1980s and adopted for service in the Russian army in 1995.

The Ka-50 was designed to be small, fast and agile to improve survivability and lethality. For minimal weight and size (thus maximum speed and agility) it was uniquely among gunships to be operated by a single pilot only. The Russian designed Ka-50 Hokum also can carry 24 ?Vikhr? missiles, four 20-round rocket pods, or a mixture. The Hokum also can carry the AA-11/R-73 Archer air-to-air missiles, which makes the Hokum a very capable threat against opposing attack helicopters. The 30mm 2A42 is also mounted on the Hokum, albeit more like a fighter?s cannon. The Hokum?s top speed is 350 kilometers per hour, and it has a combat radius of 250 kilometers.

1. AH-64D Apache Long Bow
Attack Helicopters
The Boeing AH-64 Apache Attack Helicopter was known to be the preeminent and most powerful anti-armor weapon system in the Gulf War. Designed to perform its combat missions day or night and in adverse weather, the Apache was designed specifically to meet the rigid requirements of the US Army’s Advanced Attack Helicopter Plan. The Apache is equipped with state of the art electronic technology and fire control systems. The firepower is awesome. The Apache can be loaded with 16 AGM-114 Hellfire Missiles, 76 70mm folding-fin aerial rockets or a combination of both – in addition to 1,200 30mm rounds for its M230 automatic cannon.

10 amazing games that could help scientific research

Love it or hate it, video games changed our lives. Thousands of people play video games, many of them play it on their mobile devices. Some are playing it for fun while others play it as part of their lifestyle. Realizing this trend, scientists around the world have come up with a creative idea to turn games into research tools, enabling them to accelerate their research progress. Here are 10 of such amazing games.

10. Happy Match

Happy Match is a citizen science game developed by a group of scientists at the Syracuse University. The game has several different versions for us to choose (such as Happy Moths!, Happy Sharks! and Happy Rays!). Regardless of the version, the goal is the same. At the start of the game, we will be shown a collection of animal photos, to which we must classify by answering simple questions about their features. Not only good for fun, by playing the game, we also help scientists to classify these animals!

9. Astro Drone
Astro Drone
If you own a Parrot AR.Drone Quadricopter, then Astro Drone is right up your alley. Astro Drone is a game developed by European Space Agency (ESA) as part of a scientific crowdsourcing project. The game will ask us to guide the drone through several space missions in augmented reality, executing several types of maneuvers such as landing, docking or to avoid obstacles. Data gained through our game play will also help ESA to improve their space probes’ autonomous capability.

8. QuestaGame
Just like Pokemon Go, this game will also make you leave the comfort of your home and go to the outside world. The Difference is you can also expand your knowledge in both nature and biodiversity while you play! Photograph any animals that you can find around your neighborhood, score golds, and climb the Leaderboard. All while helping scientists to gather data on the world biodiversity.

7. Mozak
Tracing an intricate design of neurons is a time consuming job. Scientist at the Allen Institute for Brain Science could only trace a neuron per week. Therefore, they developed Mozak, a 3D game about neuron tracing. Anyone in the world with internet access can play it while at the same time also contributes to brain science. Since the game launching in November 2016, about 200 new players join forces with the scientists, significantly speed up the tracing process.

6. Dizeez
Have some free time on your hand? Why don’t you try playing Dizeez? Being a citizen science game, Dizeez will not only provide a means to kill time, but also to ensure that your precious time isn’t exactly wasted. As a quiz-type game, our objective in Dizeez is to match the disease presented to us with one of the five genes choice provided bellow. Rack up as much score as you can in one minute rounds and be happy knowing that the time you kill playing Dizeez is also used to advance science.

5. Foldit
The Science Behind Foldit
Armed with a game called Foldit, gamers all over the world now can help scientists to study protein structure. The game’s main objective is to fold the best protein shape. Fun and competitive, Foldit protein solutions allow the scientists to invent various diseases cures and vaccines, in addition to resolving the world’s myriad waste and pollution problems.

4. Malariaspot Bubbles
Malariaspot Bubbles
According to the WHO, There are 600,000 new malaria cases daily worldwide. Malaria is caused by a protozoan parasite called Plasmodium. Currently, the standard procedure to diagnose malaria involves manual blood examination, which slows down the whole treatment process. To speed up this process, researchers at the Technical University of Madrid have developed a game called Malariaspot bubbles. Our critical mission in this game is to identify five different types of malaria parasites while having fun by shooting up mosquitoes and pooping up bubbles.

3. Sea Hero Quest
Sea Hero Quest
Playing a game while helping scientists to fight dementia? Now we can do it with Sea Hero Quest! Dementia is a collection of nasty brain diseases. Not only disrupt the patient’s cognitive ability, Dementia also affects their spatial navigation skill. In the Sea Hero Quest, you take on the role of a young sailor whose father suffering dementia. Navigate your boat through a series of checkpoints, while remembering your routes and trying not to get lost. By playing, we will help scientist to understand how our brain navigates space.

2. Stall Catchers
Stall Catchers
Stall Catchers, an online game developed by human computation institute are no ordinary game. In this game, we will be able to see tissue layers of a real mouse brain through a virtual microscope. Our task as players is to find and “catch” stalled blood vessel in the highlighted area of these tissues. By catching these stalls, we will earn our points, levels up, and most importantly; we will also directly contributing to the Alzheimer research at the Cornell University.

1. Cell Slider
amazing games that could help scientific research
As of 2017, there is still no cure for cancer. Meanwhile, in US alone about 600,920 people died of cancer. Is there nothing we can do to fight it? With Cell Slider, I say we can! Our critical mission in this game is to analyze tissue samples donated by former cancer patients and spot any cancerous cells by answering simple questions. By doing this, we could speed up cancer research and save millions of lives in the future!

Top 10 Gadgets for Anyone Who Loves Technology

Every year there are so many new gadgets released, that it becomes hard to know what’s worth spending our hard earned money on! That said, it becomes apparent what’s hot and what’s not soon enough. A lot of gadgets might be fun to try out for a few hours, but before long you’ll throw it in the corner of the room and wonder why you ever bothered! However, that is certainly not the case with the following gadgets we’ve selected for this top 10 list.

VR headset

Some may say that the VR headset ship has already sailed, but we don’t think that’s true. The Sony PlayStation VR, HTC Vive, Oculus Rift, and Samsung Gear VR are all incredible gadgets and worthy of being in your home. The tech is improving all the time and with it, the abilities of the headset. There are some fun games which incorporate VR, such as Batman Arkham, and you can watch 360-degree videos on YouTube. The option to watch live NBA games in virtual reality is also possible.

MacBook Pro

Just like the iPhone, Apple makes amazing laptops. The MacBook Pro is the jewel in the crown, with minimum specs of a 13.3-inch display, 2.3GHz dual core Intel Core i5 processor and 720p HD camera, the Pro is powerful, lightweight, and a joy to use. Anyone who does a lot of image editing, music making, or even watches movies on their laptop can rest assured that the Pro is a great choice.


Although the Apple Watch does get a lot of attention as a great smartwatch, it might surprise you that other smartwatches do exist! Although designed differently to the Apple Watch, they still contain most of the same features. For example the Montblanc Summit is a bit more on the luxury side yet still has an interchangeable watch face, rechargeable battery, the ability to check phone notifications, heart rate monitor, etc. The Huawei Watch 2, Fitbit Blaze, and LG Watch Style are also worthy smartwatches to check out.

Xbox One X

Calling itself the “the world’s most powerful console’ is certainly quite a declaration, but the Xbox One X can back it up. With graphics in 4K, the X runs smoothly and looks incredible at the same time. Microsoft-only games like Forza and Halo are perhaps the best reason to pick up the X, but it’s also a fantastic device for watching DVDs or streaming Netflix.

Polaroid Pop

Due to Polaroid’s 80th anniversary, the longstanding photography company has released a cool digital camera called the Pop. This is a camera that can not only take 20-megapixel pictures, but also print 3.5″ x 4.15″ images. The little gadget can also record 1080p HD video, and the best thing? It’s pocket sized.

4K or Ultra HD TV

A 4K TV is basically an HD TV with four times the resolution. That means they look incredible, with often a 65-inch screen, colors that pop off the screen and sharpness that is unrivaled. LG, Samsung, Sony, Panasonic and many more all make 4K TVs, so even though the choice is hard, they are all worth picking up.

iPhone X

The iPhone 8 is cool, but we have to say, the iPhone X is even cooler. Sleeker, larger, and sharper than ever before, the X is simply an awesome piece of tech and perhaps the best smartphone available. With a 5.8 inch screen, 7-megapixel front camera and 12-megapixel rear camera, 1125 x 2436 pixels, 3GB RAM, 64GB storage and running iOS 11, the X is a must for anyone who wants to take the next leap in smartphone tech.

Smart speaker

Both the Amazon Echo and Google Home have been hugely popular smart speakers in the last few months. These are useful home gadgets that can assist you with many tasks, simply by asking it to do something out loud! You can keep track of your to-do lists, ask for recipe ideas, receive quick trivia facts, play music, and even turn off lights via voice commands. Useful and very cool.


Drones have become a huge gadget sensation recently, but it’s no surprise, considering how much fun they can be. The ability to film way up in the sky is something that can’t be done any other way. Some great footage has been appearing from locations that are nigh on impossible to access for humans, but for drones? Piece of cake. A must-have for travel and tech enthusiasts.


For reading eBooks, it doesn’t get much better than the Amazon Kindle. With a display that appears to match a real book, it’s easy on the eye, but also very simple to adjust. Font size and brightness are changeable, and there’s definitely no glare. Kindles with a 6-inch display in black and white are available, and they are much lighter than you may think! The best part? Thousands of eBooks can be downloaded, sometimes for free.

Top 10 Technologically Advanced Wrist Watches

The Time Keeper has had its own impact throughout the history. Starting from Stonehenge, the famous pre-historic solar calendar, till the Strela, branded as Poljot, Sekonda, first took a spacewalk when an astronaut wore it to space in 1965. The history applauded when Elizabeth I of England received a wristwatch from Robert Dudley in 1571. Now technology dominates everything.

We are living in a world where pager is transferred into the phablet within a very short time, and walking a mile is historical due to modern day transports. Watches are no exception. They started their journey from a beautiful pocket piece, and nowadays, technologically superior watches are within our budget. So without creating any more curiosity, here is the list of top 10 Technologically Advanced Wrist Watches. This is the followup list to the 10 most expensive watches.

10. Azimuth SP-1 Mecanique

SP-1 Mechanique nicknamed the Spaceship Watch. One of the most advanced watch by Azimuth. This masterpiece is the blend of futuristic styling and progressive technical flaunts. It has a rendition of Earth as seen from space which rotates every sixty seconds. It has a jumping hour display and also a rotating disc which is at the base of a minute hand powered by a Unitas 6497 movement in Cotes de Geneve finishing. This wristwatch is made of 316L stainless steel with domed sapphire crystal screen. It incorporates 3-dimensional minute hand and perforated leather strap with blue stitching. It is also 3 Bars water resistant. Outer space blue tone dial with Super-Luminova markers and stardust give this watch its superior look.

9. Polar RS600CX

The RS600CX, designed by Polar, is a smart-watch specifically geared towards multi-sport. It has 80 features in it. Which include; The measuring of ambient temperature, GPS, heart rate monitor, cadence, incline, speed, even average running stride length monitor. Settings can be applied across three different shoe specifications. It can also act as bicycle-mounted cyclometer that. In addition to the above features, measure efficiency, left/right balance and power output. All of the recorded data on the device can be easily transferred to PC via infrared transmitter. This smart-watch also has a full array of speed and distance functions along with a barometric altimeter, which display altitude and gradient.

8. Phosphor E-INK

E-INK Curved Leather Band Watch is a technological wonder created by Phosphor. The digital display of this watch utilizes the revolutionary E Ink electronic paper display featuring its paper-like, high contrast screen. The display comes in two modes, a standard numeric digital display and a graphic hour clock display. The ability to switch between white-on-black and black-on-white time display gives this digital watch its unique styling. The width of the case is 38mm while the edge thickness is just 8mm. This timepiece is based upon Micro-Magnetic Mechanical Digital Technology and comes with a screen having wide viewing angle with 180° viewing cone. This wristwatch is also 5 ATM – 50m Water resistant.

7. I’m Watch

I’m Watch is a high-tech smartwatch created by I’m SpA. It comes with 1.54-inch 220 pixels per inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 240×240. This device runs on cross-platform Android and can connect with its Bluetooth with Blackberry 10+ iOS 4+, as well. As far as the specification of this smart-watch is concerned, it is loaded with 64 MB RAM and 4 GB ROM to store data within it. It is powered by a non-removable 600mAh battery which can provide 2 hours back-up and 48 hours back-up in stand-by mode, respectively. It can display information about missed calls, messages and social updates of the connected smartphone. This smart-watch is very user-friendly, with preloaded apps for social networking and playing music.

6. Sony LiveView

LiveView, The flagship smart-watch from Sony Ericsson, can connect with phones via Bluetooth and is able to display information like missed calls, texts and Facebook or Twitter updates. It comes with a 128×128 pixels, 1.3-inch OLED touchscreen display and easily connects only with Android 2.0+ smartphones which is a little disappointing for iOS users. It even includes a music player and Android app support. Also, It is splash proof as it supported by IP54. This smart-watch can be used as a viewfinder to take photos via the connected smartphone. Company’s software developers have been working to create around 400 SmartWatch-compatible apps for this masterpiece. The interchangeable wristband gives this watch a versatile styling. The quick-touch screen and responsive controls have also been improved from previous concept designs.

5. Tread 1

Tread 1, created by Devon, is a reinvention of the humble watch with a patented system called Interwoven Time Belts. Operating out of California, DEVON is the only American watch company using its own proprietary movement. The Interwoven Time belts are based upon compact microstep motors which also provide the accuracy. The watch is powered by a lithium polymer battery, and as it claimed by the creator, one charge will last couple of weeks. The five-piece case design is made from 316L, surgical-grade stainless steel, the hardest and most durable steel available in the world through advanced computer numerical control machining. The Tread 1 was nominated for the Gran Prix d’Horlogerie de Genéve in the category of Design and Concept Watch in 2010.

4. Samsung Galaxy Gear

It is the flagship attempt at a smart-watch from a big brand. It comes with 1.6-inch Super AMOLED 320 x 320 pixel touchscreen and 1.9MP primary camera on the wrist-strap. The Galaxy Gear pairs with other Samsung devices via NFC and Bluetooth, and automatically switches on when the arm is raised while wearing it. The integration of third-party apps comes very handy with this masterpiece. It also consists of voice memos and the ability to recognize voice commands for adding meeting schedules in calendar. With a state-of-the-art firmware, the gear can send email notifications, display Facebook and Twitter updates, Google Hangout messages and Messenger pings. There’s no Wi-Fi or GPS on the wristwatch, but it requires charging through USB connector.

3. HM4 Thunderbolt

This piece of technology is made by MB&F, watchmakers reputed for their unique design. The 311 component aviation-inspired watch is based around the complex HM4 engine and has dual dials. One displays time and the other one shows how much power is left in the timepiece. While it is made out of Grade 5 Titanium and sapphire body, every line and curve is a poetic harmony. The three-dimensional Horological Engine used in this piece art is a marvelous creation by MB&F. It comes with a manual winding, with two mainspring barrels in parallel which reserves the power for 72 hours. The balance frequency of this watch is 21,600bph/3Hz. Not only that, this high-tech watch also consists of 50 jewels inside.

2. Seiko Astron

This timepiece comes from one of the world’s most reputable brands, Seiko. This solar-powered watch is made of stainless steel. It has some cool technology under its classy styling. This 7X52 Caliber watch is World’s first GPS Solar Watch. The Astron features GPS controlled time zone adjustment, world time functions that recognize 39 time zones via satellite, and a perpetual calendar. Automatic Atomic Time Synchronization from GPS Satellites is one of the best features of this device which have an ultra-Low Power GPS Receiver. This watch is accurate to ±15 Seconds / Month when not automatically synchronizing with the satellites. The Airplane mode is also present to disable automatic synchronization while flying, for frequent flyers.

1. HD3 Slyde

This technology-wonder is designed by Jorg Hysek Jr, son of famed French watchmaker, Jorg Hysek Sr. It has a 232×240 pixel, 28 x 29mm active zone LED screen with a sapphire crystal to cover the curves of the wrist. Without having any physical buttons, the watch has three battery indicator lights on the side and a light sensor to automatically adapt the brightness of the touchscreen dial. It is made of black PVD steel and rose gold while the mechanism entirely depends upon CLT electronic movement. This wrist gadget is powered by 3.8V lithium polymer with a capacity of 250 mAh. The dial is a domed sapphire touchscreen, and the watch also has a USB socket connector for charging the battery or communicating with PCs.

Many researches are conducting these days as Google, Apple, Sony, and Samsung are trying their best to develop wearable technology that could be used to monitor and even track personal health and diagnose disease. Starting from renowned Swiss watchmakers to big brands like Apple, all are participating in the race to build the world’s smartest and technologically advanced wrist watches.