The expansion into sunglasses brings the Swatch Group into competition with Italy’s Luxottica which owns the Ray Ban and Oakley brands. Four five security personnel have been assigned to each of the four convicts, the sources said. Later, Thackeray met a delegation of depositors of the troubled lender and assured that his government will take necessary steps to ensure justice to the bank customers.
Bosch smart glasses display your WhatsApp messages in front of your eyesBosch has unveiled new smart glasses technology that can beam your WhatsApp messages in front of your eyesSign up to FREE daily email alerts from mirror daily newsSubscribe We will use your email address only for sending you newsletters. Please see ourPrivacy Noticefor details of your data protection rightsThank you for subscribingWe have more newslettersShow meSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailIt’s one of the most popular messaging apps around, and now checking your WhatsApp messages could be as simple as looking through your glasses.Bosch has unveiled new smart glasses that can beam your WhatsApp messages in front of your eyes.The technology, dubbed Bosch Smartglasses Light Drive, can be fitted to any spectacles and will enable users to see notifications and use apps through their glasses rather than on a mobile phone or smartwatch.The company said the size of the turnkey module used for the system has 30% less depth than any other comparable smartglasses system, and weighs less than 10 grams.As a result, any traditional spectacles could be upgraded to become smartglasses for the first time.Creepy phone case is covered in artificial skin that users can stroke and tickleDr Stefan Finkbeiner, chief executive of Bosch Sensortec, said: “TheSmartglasses Light Drive system (BML500P), is the smallest and lightest product on the market today and is, therefore, able to turn any regular spectacles into smartglasses.”By eliminating distracting phone usage, smartglasses can help improve driving safety and reduce the impulse of users to constantly check their mobile devices for notifications or messages.”The company said the glasses will support the ability to be used for navigation, as well as to check and mark off to do and shopping lists and read notifications from messaging apps.Early versions of smartglasses have so far failed to achieve great commercial success.Google Glass launched in 2013 but the tech giant stopped manufacturing units for the public in 2015 after a range of issues were highlighted, including battery life and the weight of the device.An “enterprise” version of Google Glass does remain available.Snapchat parent company Snap has also launched several versions of smartglasses, primarily as an alternative way to capture images and video that can be posted to a user Snapchat profile.Bosch has confirmed it will launch the Light Drive in January at CES, the annual technology trade show which takes place in Las Vegas.Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterallMost ReadMost RecentSexual healthWeirdest sex questions Brits Googled in 2019 with some hilarious resultsBed SOS has revealed the most bizarre sex questions that Brits asked Google in 2019, in the hopes of encouraging people to be more open with their loved onesVideo GamesJourney To The Savage Planet preview Blast off into the unknown in this planet exploration role playing gameJourney To The Savage Planet is a planet exploration game that takes inspiration from early 70’s sci fi. The Daily Mirror was given an opportunity to preview the game ahead of its launch in January 2020.RussiaRussia says it will deploy an ‘invincible meteorite style’ hypersonic missile system this monthRussia has confirmed that its new Avangard missile system will be deployed for the first time this month.