Why is the TomTom Spark Cardio and Music not just another wearable fitness device

Lets face it, there are many many many wearable fitness measuring devices out in the market and they all seem to do pretty much the same thing: they count steps, […]

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Time to get hands on with the Apple Watch

There are several ways to test device and gadgets. You can “stress test” them by putting them under exceptional conditions to see how they cope.  You can “benchmark test” devices […]

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Hands on with the Huawei wearables at Mobile World Congress 2015

At Mobile World Congress 2015, Huawei unveiled their latest wearable smart devices as Huawei is set to expand the category of accessories and become entrenched in the wearable/ fitness market. […]

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The LG Watch R is smart looking as well as being technologically smart – review

The wearable tech category is evolving. No longer are manufactures taking a cell phone and slapping it on our wrist. It would seem that manufacturers have understood that we wear […]

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How the Sony Smartband and Lifelog app can save you money

What do you actually use your phone for ? Do you mostly use Social networks or do you mostly send emails or are you old-school and make phone calls instead […]

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Samsung Gear Fit hands-on review

It would seem that you are not a cool tech company if you don’t have wearable technology in your product line up. Samsung took a major (and brave) stand in […]

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Google announces Android Wear–App developers gets your now

There is no getting away from it – the new trend is wearable technology and Google’s Android is certainly not being left behind. Today Google fired another shot at its […]

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5 trends from Mobile World Congress 2014

There are 5 trends that came out of Mobile World Congress 2014 (MWC) where an estimated 75 000 delegates from 250 countries took over Barcelona to see what is new […]

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