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.
The last time we talked about Ringly is when the company unveiled its little vibrating ring that notified users of calls, texts, and other items by vibrating. Ringly is back with a new wearable device for folks who don’t like to wear rings, but want in on the Ringly action. This time out the wearable device is a bangle bracelet. The stone in the bracelet looks the same as the stone in the ring.
Hot on the heels of the unveiling of the Fitbit Blaze at CES last month, Fitbit is back with the announcement of another new fitness wearable, the Alta. Unlike the large-screen Blaze , the Fitbit Alta features a more typical bracelet-style design, with a minimal screen that displays just the right amount of information.
Genesis has unveiled a new concept car at the New York Auto show. The car is called the New York Concept and it shows what the company is calling the Athletic Elegance design direction that will be further explored down the road. The car also promises to focus on driver-focused luxury. Power for the car comes from a 245ps (241bhp) 2.0 GDi engine with an 8-speed automatic transmission.
Fiat 's long-awaited new roadster, the 2017 124 Spider , is set to go on sale this summer, and the Italian manufacturer has finally released the US pricing details. While the 124 Spider was co-developed with Mazda as the MX-5 Miata, the two cars don't have a lot in common, with the Fiat offering a 1.4-liter turbocharged option, as well as featuring a fairly different body design.
That $50 tablet Amazon introduced not too long ago is coming in several new colors starting this week. Amazon calls the Amazon Fire the company's "fastest-selling tablet ever" - without actually giving any numbers.
Remember Samsung 's Xcover smartphone? No? We can't blame you. The Xcover was originally conceived as a special line that boasted of rugged properties but that has mostly been supplanted by "active" variants of Samsung's flagships and even by the flagships themselves, as in the case of the Galaxy S5 and now the Galaxy S7.
It's hard to think of an automotive segment that's seen more investment and faster growth than energy-efficient green cars. Whether using a pure battery electric drivetrain or a plug-in hybrid design, eco-friendly automobiles are fighting to be part of the mainstream, Although issues such as range, affordability, and charging infrastructure still loom large when discussing green cars, the.
Last Friday NVIDIA made their big announcement, which we all knew was the GTX 1080 and 1070. Their performance charts and explanations of the new technologies being used were very interesting, but one little detail left many people confused. It was when they announced the Founder's Edition of the cards.
Just a couple of weeks ago, the Motorola X Pure Edition was offered at a promo price directly by Motorola. From $439.99, price went down to $399.99 but today, it's even $100 cheaper at only $299.99. That was one quick promo there which can be both good news and bad news.
From the mud-loving Galaxy XCover introduced in 2011 to the Galaxy XCover 2 released a couple of year later to the military-tough XCover 3 from last year, Samsung is launching a new variant. It's not an XCover 4 yet but another XCover 3 variant that is already powered by Android 6.0 Marshmmallow. Believe it or not, more than a year later, the XCover 3 is still available in the market.
This is a crowdfunded project, and as such may not deliver what its creators initially promise. Most crowdfunding sites, like Kickstarter and Indiegogo, have policies about what happens to your money if the project fails to deliver on its goals, but choosing to back a project is inevitably a risk.
Monster Hunter Generations lands in North America and Europe on July 15th, specifically for the 3DS. Plus, Nintendo is launching two limited edition, Generations -branded 3DS XL handhelds, one for each region. The blue version will go on sale in North America and red is for Europe -- both will be available on July 15th alongside the new game.
Big Red is going big for summer. The country’s largest carrier is ramping up its audio offerings this month to help you keep the tunes rolling when the heat goes up. Notably, we’ll be seeing some IP certified accessories that you’ll able to use around the pool or at the beach when you’re cooling off.
A leaked memo, obtained by Politico , shows that the Republican campaign arm of the Senate wants its candidates to get onto Snapchat. The National Republican Senate Committee issued the two-page memo explaining how Snapchat has crossed 8 billion video views a day,"another sign that we need to start considering Snapchat in the same league as Facebook, Twitter, and Google," the memo said.
The introduction of new LG devices during the Mobile World Congress last February was met with a lot of excitement, particularly as they were trying to do something new with their flagship smartphone. After a few months of waiting, their new smartphone and smartwatch will soon be at your hands and wrist by April 1.
Automakers of the world underestimate the engineering acumen of General Motors at their own peril. After decades of less-than-stellar entry-level sedans wearing the Chevy badge, GM got serious about the compact segment in 2011 when it brought the Chevrolet Cruze to dealerships across America.
Just last week, Microsoft finally unveiled the first set of browser extensions for its new Microsoft Edge browser, albeit in very limited number and reach. Available only to Microsoft Insiders, the feature is pretty raw and crude, especially when it comes to installing those extensions.
Smartphones are no longer the utilitarian pieces of electronics that they were nearly a decade ago. For some, they have become a lifestyle choice and even a fashion statement. Despite that, smartphones are still usually designed with somber and subdued colors, sharp edges, and serious looks that remind people of their less than personal function.