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Apple Watch Nike+ to arrive on October 28th

For those waiting for the Apple Watch Nike+ to arrive and holding off on the Apple Watch Series 2, your wait is about to be over.
avatarby Dan Bartram7 days ago0 comments

Best sleep trackers – read once, check back in the morning

In search of the perfect night's rest, here is our list of the best sleep trackers. Some help your sleep, some just track it, we've got you covered.
avatarby Jonathan Feist2 weeks ago0 comments

Apple Watch Series 2 Review – Leading the way

The upgraded Apple Watch Series 2 brings a sharper display, integrated GPS and water resistance in a bid to be the best smartwatch, but does it deliver?
avatarby John Velasco3 weeks ago0 comments

Pokemon Go coming to the Apple Watch

Apple just announced Pokemon Go is coming to their popular wearable. What can it do? Click through to find out!
avatarby Edgar CervantesSeptember 7, 20160 comments

Samsung launches iOS beta program for the Gear S2 and Fit 2

Samsung has just launched its 'Gear iOS Beta program', which finally brings iOS support to both the Gear S2 and the Gear Fit 2.
avatarby Robert TriggsAugust 25, 20160 comments

Google’s latest – a skin tattoo that acts as a microphone for your smartphone or tablet

A recent patent application shows the search giant may be ready to take the wearable technology concept a big step further. Google is developing an electronic skin tattoo for the throat that can act as a microphone for a smartphone, tablet or other device. The patent by Google's Motorola Mobility unit shows the idea of putting a microphone on a person's throat via an electronic skin tattoo. The tattoo would communicate over Near-Field Communications, Bluetooth, Infrared or other short-range technology to a nearby smartphone, tablet, wearable computer, gaming device or other mobile computer. Source article
avatarby Tab TimesNovember 12, 20130 comments

How the tablets of the future will reach out and touch us

Consumer electronics design has been on a trajectory of smaller, thinner, lighter, more responsive, and more intuitive for decades. From tablets to smartphones and the entire category of wearable computing, we’re beginning to see devices move into paper-thin territory – resulting from the capabilities, size and scalability of device components. So what’s next? Advanced haptic components create multimodal sensations from inside keyboards and wearables to transform the way tablets and devices are designed and used. As an inventor, futurist and entrepreneur, I could not be more excited about what’s next. The idea of a neo-sensory age of computing is [...]
avatarby Tab TimesSeptember 17, 20130 comments
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