Nike and TomTom have updated the GPS-toting Sportwatch to include NikeFuel and maintain parity with its FuelBand active bracelet. NikeFuel is a universal standard that converts your exertions into a normalized score -- great for when you want to want to compare your exertions against friends with different hobbies.
TomTom and Nike are back in each other's arms. The former's Runner and Multi-Sport GPS Watches, including those that come withheart-rate monitor bands, are now compatible with the Nike+ app. These two companies havecollaboratedback in 2011, when Nike came out with a sports watch that's loaded with GPS developed alongside TomTom.
The Bead Bracelet Micro USB Cable and Bead Bracelet Lightning Cable are wearable bead bracelets that double as micro USB or Lightning cables. No more scrounging around in your gear bag when you need a cable to charge or sync your Android and iOS devices. You’ll always have a cable at hand (or wrist) when you need one. The bracelets are available in white, pink, black and red.
You have the perfect watch, but what about the perfect watchband? The folks at Leatherman have thought of this and have come up with the new Leatherman Tread. The idea came from Ben Rivera (President of Leatherman) when he was stopped at Disneyland security for carrying his Skeletool. The Tread is designed to be worn as a bracelet with each link having at least one functional tool built into it.
Japan is famous for its minimalist approach to style. The Japanese design team TokyoFlash is behind some of the most unique watch designs on the market. They don't look like ordinary watches. The RPM is TokyoFlash's latest watch from their Kisai brand. It exemplifies a mix of futuristic yet simple design that we've come to associate with Japanese designs.
Early this month, Sonos introduced its new Blue Note PLAY:1, a limited edition (a first from the maker) speaker designed to pay tribute to Blue Note Records and jazz in general, including the jazz legends that made it all happen.
A Russian security researcher was able to hack into his own smart bracelet in a relatively easy way (well, easy for a programmer).Roman Unuchek, a mobile threats expert at Kaspersy Lab, built an application that connected with dozens of devices in the wild and surreptitiously hacked into his own bracelet.He would not divulge what kind of device it is.
Sonos may be the darling of multi-room audio, but while the streaming might be flexible, so far the color options have been only one degree more than a Ford Model T. The black or white finishes are being joined by a new blue, however, with Sonos revealing its first limited edition speaker, the Sonos PLAY:1 Blue Note.
Generation after generation, computers have become smaller, faster and cheaper. If technology companies have their way, they will soon be smaller and astronomically expensive.On Thursday, TAG Heuer, the Swiss watch company, announced that it was building a new smartwatch — a wrist computer, in essence — as part of a collaboration with Intel and Google.
You know how much Apple Watch will cost (at least to start), but AppleCare+ is another matter altogether. A new rumor suggests what you pay to protect your wrist-worn device might not be so bad, unless you grab a high-end device. Keeping in mind this protection plan covers the core hardware alone — not the bands — it’s believed AppleCare for the Apple Watch Sport will cost a tidy $59.
The Kisai Link isn’t one of the cool watches that you probably expect from Tokyoflash Japan. It’s a Bluetooth notification bracelet that’s available in 28 different styles, so you’re sure to find one you like. The Link is the rectangular module you see in the top image. Link uses Bluetooth 4.
It's still a good five months away before we start to #HuntTheTruth, but it seems that Halo fans will have something more to get excited about before that day comes. It's already expected that Halo 5: Guardians will have a limited Collection Edition set, but, thanks to Gamestop Italy, the public is now privy to what treasures that box hides inside.
There's a lot to be said about how the new Apple Watch does much more than just tell the time; it has several full-fledged health and activity tracking features, not to mention being able to run its own apps. One of these forthcoming apps tells an alternate form of the time, such as how much longer you have to live.
Apple has always been known for its attention to detail, and that seems to be more evident than ever with its first smartwatch. The Link Bracelet, which will be one of several band styles available when the watch launches later this year, took Apple nine hours to craft.
OnePlus said they have tried their best not to be affected by the ongoing instability of the Euro, despite other companies raising their gadget prices to adjust to the volatile market. But as they explained in their press release, their "razor-thin margins" are turning into 0 margins, which is not good for any business.
Paper, the sketching app that was born from the ashes ofMicrosoft's Courierproject, has become a must-have for all would-be artists. If there was one annoyance, however, it's that you could only use one brush and a limited color set, which you could expand only with paid upgrades. If, however, you bought one of the company's $49.95Pencil styluses, the tools would become available to you for free.
One of the many things that can hurt margins for companies in all markets is changing values of currency. This can hit electronics companies hard, especially those that operate on tight margins. Such is the case with OnePlus in Europe. The company says that in order to deliver the most value to customers, it has "razor-thin" margins.
An Apple Watchwon't do you a ton of good without a band to hold it to your wrist and Cupertino has plenty ofoptions to choose from. Let's start from the bottom: A 38mm sport band runs $49, and a 42mm one is the same price. It starts getting more expensive from there, though. The 38mm Milanese Loop (which looksan awful lotlike chainmail if you ask me) is $149.