The best representation of a great idea is when lightbulbs suddenly appear over people’s heads in cartoons, and Philips now has a product worthy of both being a top idea and being a lightbulb.
Technology is changing everything around us, from the phone to the camera to the refrigerator, and yes even the humble pair of eye glasses. Before everyone’s eyes get cameras, though, wristwatches will get the tech treatment with the creation of the smartwatch, and Pebble is among the first to make that happen.
Planning on taking your laptop with you but want some 4G speeds for your tablet, laptop, and everything else? Virgin is throwing something into the mix, with an LTE capable connection that packs in enough data for most people.
When you have a device like the Jawbone Up fitness band, you can bet that you’ve probably considered or already own other health gadgets. That’s why this week, we’re excited to see Jawbone working with other providers, announcing that its iOS platform will work with other pieces of fitness tech.
Ever wonder how companies work out just how to get your laptop inside their bags? Believe it or not, bag and accessory manufacturers aren’t buying every notebook, tablet, and phone out there just to test if they’d fit, so how can they work it out?
Traditionally, eBook readers have been small, mimicking the paperback size, but if you fancied a bigger book, you were out of electronic luck. Kobo has stepped up to fill that void, however, with a product that offers up an almost 7 inch screen.
Imagine being able to show people what’s happening on your phone via your TV, and there is no lag, no slow-downs, no hiccups, and just plain streaming. Imagine no more, because Miracast is here, and it’s pretty awesome.
Well this is an interesting week, isn’t it, with two cycling gadgets coming to our attention. Different from the iPhone 5 cycle kit we saw earlier on, GPS maker Magellan has announced three units designed specifically for bicycles.
How are you feeling? Do you need more sleep? Should you be walking more? These are questions that technology doesn’t often answer very well, but a new wristband from accessory maker Jawbone seeks to help out with that and more, with the Up, a new product that aims to make sure you never feel down again.
It looks like the Fitbit isn’t the only wireless health monitor in town, with Bluetooth accessory maker Jawbone getting in on the action with a new bracelet that promises to keep an eye on you.