Fitbit surveyed a selection of its users internationally to find out how fitness could fit into parents’ busy schedules, and how they could take better advantage of their time with their children to improve their fitness at the same time.
With watchOS 6, Apple is hoping to make its already excellent wearable even more useful. But how could it possibly do they, you cry? Well, turns out the Watch actually has room for improvement. We know, right?
Talk about an unexpected comeback. Google's Glass, those augmented reality specs that we were convinced had fallen off the map in 2015, have returned. And, like all good sequels, they're better than ever in addition to being back. Meet the redesigned (and ponderously named) Google Glass Enterprise Edition 2. Catchy, yeah?
So you’re considering a virtual reality headset, are you? Printer and laptop maker HP are hoping to tempt you away from the more established offerings from Facebook-owned Oculus and the HTC/Valve collaboration known as the Vive. Their newest offering is called the Reverb and with it HP hopes that a better pair of screens will make you turn your eyes in its direction. HP’s Reverb headse...[Read More]
We asked Vodacom for more information on how its new eSIM offering works and is priced. This is what the operator had to say.
Fitbit has announced four new products, including a smartwatch, two bands and a new fitness tracker for children.
Samsung wasn't content to reveal their first folding smartphone and three new Galaxy S10 models at this year's Unpacked even in San Fran. No, they took the wraps off a set of wireless earbuds and two new fitness-focused wearables, too.