Stop us if you've heard this one: The Vatican -- you know, those folks behind a little thing called the Catholic Church? -- has launched its very own wearable. Called the Click To Pray eRosary, it does exactly what you think it would, based on the name. Basically, it's a technological version of the old faithful rosary.
Fitbit recently introduced its next-gen smartwatch -- the Versa 2. It has a brilliant AMOLED display, an always-on option and even more apps.
Is the Garmin Forerunner 945 one of the best fitness trackers out there? Hell yeah. Can it be better? Of course. Especially when you add these instant upgrades to your workout kit.
Apple's Watch Series 5, revealed at last night's ("yesterday morning's", if you're Stateside) annual event, wants to wow you with its capabilities. Apple itself wants to wow you even more. As part of the presentation, a video breaking down what the new wristwear is capable of was shown.
Apple's event last night wasn't just iPads, iPhones, and services. Also detailed at the American launch was Apple's new Watch Series 5, the newest wearable in the company's lineup. The big new deal? Changes to the Watch's display.
Running, though, could get a boost in future thanks to wearable tech like these exo-pants. The wearable exoskeleton, the creation of Harvard University and University of Nebraska researchers, aims to assist folks looking to get their movement on.
The HoloLens is a powerful example of this, as multiple demonstrations of its capabilities showed. The original model was launched four years ago and was used by NASA for its Mars Rover mission. Because of the eight-minute delay in communications from earth to the red planet, controllers needed to map, plan and execute the path the rover would take, former NASA Administrator Charles Bolden told me...[Read More]
The lifestyle programme group also received behavioural support, such as individualised exercise training schedules, an activity tracker for monitoring progress and revising goals, regular chats with a sports scientist via an app, and monthly face-to-face meetings with the research team.
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.