To me, fitness trackers should be as discrete as possible. The more comfortable and unobtrusive it is, the more likely I will wear it. So, when Fitbit launched the brand new Alta HR today, I was definitely looking forward to seeing if it could take the place of the Charge 2 on my wrist.
We loved the Samsung Gear 360. It was the easiest — and one of the cheapest — ways to get your feet wet with 360-degree video and photos. Now we get to take a closer look at its successor and it looks….rather interesting.
We’ve all seen the horror stories of people buying smartphones online only to end up with cardboard boxes, fakes, earrings or even a padlock. These stories are scary because we all know there are a whole bunch of people out there who are trying to siphon you of your hard-earned money.
But does this mean you should swear off buying smartphones online? Well, no. At least, we don’t think so. Especially not when you consider how much you can actually save when you purchase devices online.
Buying smartphones online can definitely be a good thing but it obviously isn’t without its risks. If you’ve always been a little unsure about this whole process, let us help you. Here are our 5 tips when buying smartphones online.
The Apple Watch is easily one of the best smart watches around. It’s powerful, has a nice screen, great app support and, as of Series 2, waterproof. However, I still think it lacks a little bit of that cool factor.
Well, things look like they’re about to change with this Apple Watch charging stand. It basically turns your wearable into a mini Macintosh.
Smartwatch maker Pebble was in dire straits this past year. Despite the resounding popularity of their new wearables (which raised almost USD13 million on Kickstarter), a report surfaced earlier this month that the company was going to be sold to Fitbit.
However, a recent report also states that this deal would result in the cancellation of Pebble’s Time 2 and the Pebble Core.
I love rooting for the underdog. That’s probably why I like Pebble so much…even though I’ve never owned one before. But now, it looks like the company’s underdog story is coming to an end.
After a rough patch, the e-paper smartwatch company looks poised to be bought and absorbed by fitness wearable giant Fitbit.
Smartwatches don’t do enough for me. They’ve always been this thing that costs as much as a smartphone but can’t do as much as a smartphone. I guess the benefit is that it lives on your wrist which makes it really portable, but is that enough to justify dropping thousands on one of these things? No, not to me at least.
But, I understand that there’s a demand for a smartwatch. Partly because it can come in handy, but mostly because people think it’s really cool. Well, if you cool is what you’re after and you don’t want to break your bank, Samsung’s new Gear S3 is definitely a device you should consider.
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While the rest of the world mourns the death of MagSafe on the new MacBook Pro, I’ve been trying to find out how useful this feature would be on our smartphones. More specifically, I’ve been testing the Baseus Insnap Magnetic Cable.
If you’ve ever wanted a 24-inch monitor that looks like an umbrella and folds like an umbrella, then you’re in luck. Meet SPUD, the Spontaneous Pop-up Display that’s essentially….a 24-inch monitor that looks like an umbrella and folds like an umbrella.
I love crowd-funded projects.
Need a new pair of headphones to cap the year off? Well, JBL just launched an entire range of sports and lifestyle headphones here in Malaysia.