Fitness gadgets are designed to be used every day, so how is one doing six months after we reviewed it? It’s time to see if Jawbone’s Up Move can survive the rigours of every day fitness living.
Whenever there’s a new iPhone, all the early adopters and easy upgraders come out of the woodwork, but one of the online classifieds companies has revealed that yup, it’s true, we love selling old models to buy the new ones.
Fitness gadgets come in all shapes and sizes, but if you’re a golfer, you can now wear a helper gadget on your wrist.
If you’ve ever said “I wish my couch had an iPhone charger in it”, you’re probably thinking along the same lines as some Australian designers.
You may have written virtual reality off as a gimmick, but not everyone has, and as part of a developer coding jam, we’re seeing some cool new reasons to take to the virtual world.
If you’re still someone in love with the pen and were tempted to try a digital replacement, Livescribe has finally arrived for Android. Finally.
Apple’s Watch wasn’t the first to arrive, and we’ve been using the LG G Watch R for quite some time. So six months past the review, how does it fare?
Hard drives and the iPhone go together like an ice cube and a heater — they just don’t like to talk to each other — but Imation has a fix for that, with a portable drive that also pushes a pocket of power.
In this job, you see quite a few speakers, the majority of which tend to sit in white, black, or silver, but a new range offers up colour without cables.
Most of us rely on a USB drive of some form or another, but they’re not always the fastest. You can’t say that about Samsung’s portable solid-state drive, the T1, because it’s the fastest external we’ve ever seen.