New Year celebrations have come and gone, my dear millennials, and with that comes fitness resolutions which (historically) don’t even last as long as Kim Kardashian’s social media hiatus (Yes, Kim K. is back on Instagram and maybe it’s time you up your selfie game, too).
Make this year different. Drop that phone and go outside to exercise; lose those unwanted pounds and finally work on those dream abs. In 2017, the only thing you should be gaining are likes on your latest #Fitspiration IG posts!
The now-non-fictional Nike Mag shoes from Back to the Future II — it’s the absolute definition of cool in the realm of sneakerdom, right? Virgin America disagrees; it reckons it has something better, something more dreamy than a pair of kicks with auto-lacing technology.
Snapchat made two major announcements today: One, the company has changed its name to just Snap; secondly, Snap released its first physical product, and it’s a pair of sunglasses with a camera on board.
The Pokémon Go Plus accessory is finally available, and it’s here to rid users of the nuisances Pokémon Go players have been experiencing since its launch. No, the wearable won’t cure the broken tracking system or the in-game errors, but it’ll make creature catching a little less of a headache.
It may be iPhone day today, but there was another product that drew the spotlight during Apple’s heavily anticipated press event in San Francisco. No, we’re not referring to the $159 AirPods that resemble Bluetooth earpieces we wouldn’t be caught dead wearing (how dare you).
Samsung didn’t have time for yet another smartphone at IFA 2016 in Berlin, Germany, although the Korean giant did have a new smartwatch up its sleeve. This time around, the latest Gear model is more in line with conventional timepieces, in that it looks more like the genuine article than a fitness tracker.
Squarish designs and poor battery life plagued early smartwatches because of technological limitations, but now, the newest models are looking more like traditional, not-as-smart watches and performance is certainly improving. ASUS is the latest company to jump on the round watchface ship with the ZenWatch 3, and it couldn’t have come at a better time.
Samsung today revealed a new smartwatch to succeed last year’s well-reviewed Gear S2. Based on Samsung’s own Tizen software and not Android Wear (it will work with Android devices, though), the Gear S3 retains its predecessor’s round, solid steel case and rotating bezel but ups the ante in terms of size, ruggedness and waterproofing, and connectivity.
When Google first unveiled its smartwatch operating system, Android Wear, back in 2014, it launched with three partners – LG, Motorola, and Samsung.
While the LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live dropped a few months earlier, it was the Moto 360 that almost everyone wanted (and waited for). Unlike the other two that were more tech–on–a–strap, the Moto 360 looked and felt more like a traditional watch, with a round face and genuine leather straps to choose from.
Apple may be in hot water with the feds, but that doesn’t mean the California-based tech giant is slamming the breaks on its product release cycle in lieu of its legal battle with U.S. authorities. Apple today sent out invites to a press event at 10 a.m. (Pacific time) on March 21 at its Cupertino campus.
In the sea of wearables announced at IFA 2015, Motorola – the first brand to come out with a round Android Wear powered smartwatch refused to be left behind as it takes the veils off of the Moto 360 (2nd Gen).
Samsung showcased its sexiest wearable so far – the Gear S2.
Given Samsung’s history with wearables (the Galaxy Gears and Gears of the past didn’t exactly pan out) it’s only right to be cautiously optimistic about the Gear S2. But from all angles, this looks to be their most promising wearable yet.
The Moto 360 is the first round smartwatch running Android Wear and probably the best in the market today. Its popularity stems from its being one of the first smart watches to really look like a classic timepiece. In this video I unbox the device and give you my initial impressions.
Apple picked the Flint Center, the historic site where the original Macintosh was launched to unveil the new iPhone 6, iPhone 6 plus, a new payment system called Apple Pay and the Apple Watch. In this video we round up 6 highlights from Apple Live 2014.