Leading data and analytics company, GlobalData has released a report ‘Technology Trends in Travel and Tourism’. It found that travel companies are using various technologies
Leading technology research firm Telsyte says 4.8 million smartphones were sold from June to December 2017 and nearly half were Apple. Total sales were up
Garmin has launched the Forerunner 645 Music, a GPS running watch with integrated music (up to 500 songs) and a contactless credit card payment system
Fitbit launches two new activity trackers including the first ever swim-proof band in the Flex 2 and the more versatile Charge 2.
When opting for a wearable gadget, there are numerous questions one needs to ask: what will it do, can it survive my life, and how much will it cost? Fortunately, Samsung has answered these with the Gear Fit2.
Everyone has a wearable, and some companies have two or three. Samsung isn’t new to this area, but updates to wearables are a little long in the tooth, until this week, that is.
With wearable computers the next area that manufacturers are fighting for a piece of your wallet and body with, Sony is ready with one that does a little more than fitness, tracking stress, too.
Wearables may well be the new hot ticket item, but not everyone goes for a smartwatch, and if you prefer your watch to be more like a watch with the occasional notification, something from Victorinox may suit.
Microsoft’s first fitness-friendly golf-tracking Band 2 smart band has a lot going for it, but the name isn’t one of those things.
Smartwatches are about to get a whole heap more bling now that Samsung plans to other leather and gold.