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Casio to Launch First G-SHOCK Smartwatch with Wear OS by Google
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Casio to Launch First G-SHOCK Smartwatch with Wear OS by Google

TOKYO, April 1, 2021 -- Smartwatch maker company Casio announced today the launch of its brand new GSW-H1000, a G-SQUAD PRO smartwatch powered by Wear OS by Google and packed with functions that help you stay fit using activity goals and fitness tracking. The latest addition to the sporty G-SQUAD line of shock-resistant G-SHOCK watches. The new smartwatch is built with all the toughness of a G-SHOCK, with shock resistance and 200-meter water resistance. It is also the first G-SHOCK smartwatch to run on Wear OS by Google. As the flagship product of the sports-focused G-SQUAD line, the GSW-H1000 is great for use in a wide range of athletic settings from activities like running, indoor workouts, road biking, and swimming, to more extreme pursuits like surfing and snowboarding. The ...
Xiaomi to Launch a Smartwatch and Fitness Tracker in India
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Xiaomi to Launch a Smartwatch and Fitness Tracker in India

Soon after the launch of a smartphone in the premium segment, Xiaomi is all set to give a tough competition and has launched a smartwatch and a fitness tracker in India with its wearable sub-brand Huami. A new teaser is been discovered which suggests that Huami is planning to start the sale of these new smartwatches this year in September. The particular teaser also highlights that the company has collaborated with Avengers: Infinity War and it might launch a special edition of the smartwatch as well. It is being expected that the company is scheduling the launch of the smartwatch with the China release of the film. Lately, the company introduced Amazfit Pace and Amazfit Cor wearables in India. The Amazfit Pace is basically a smartwatch and is priced at Rs 9,999, on the other hand...
Tatas Tech Arm GTIO Will Commercially Launch 4 Products in Next 2yrs
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Tatas Tech Arm GTIO Will Commercially Launch 4 Products in Next 2yrs

Tata Sons Group Technology and Innovation Office (GTIO) will roll out four high-tech products in the next two years. GTIO is working on four specific products -- a smartwatch for industrial workers being tested on Tata Steels workforce, a drone-based pesticide spraying system, a factory and fleet analytics system, and an advanced material called graphene. "All the projects that we undertake will take three to five years from start to finish... You will see a rollout in the next two years," Tata Sons Group Technology Officer Gopichand Katragadda said. The salt-to-software conglomerate is the biggest spender on research and development among the large companies in the country. Last year, GTIO had spent 2.7 per cent of its USD 110 billion revenue on R&D and innovation. The incuba...