Google Glass
You’re feeling a little depressed, aren’t you? How about a bit of Hershey’s chocolate to cheer you up? Your stress indicators are off the charts. Did you know Marie’s massage parlor is just a three-minutes walk from here? These are just a couple of the conversations your wearable gadget could be having with you in Continue Reading →
Nike recently discontinued Nike Fuel bands and fired a bunch of related staff. However, President and CEO Mark Parker said the company still plans to be a part of wearables going forward through partnerships to create more reach for the existing Fuel system. Does this mean that Nike is out of the fitness tracking wristband Continue Reading →
Apple has yet to enter the wearables market, but it looks like that time is near. A recent leak out of Cupertino says Apple’s next set of EarPods – the headphones that come with every new iPhone – will feature sensors that measure your heart rate and blood pressure. The headphones will also use Apple’s Continue Reading →
Nike+ FuelBand
Nike recently discontinued Nike Fuel bands and fired a bunch of related staff. President and CEO Mark Parker said, “I think we will be part of wearables going forward. It’ll be integrated into other products that we create, and then we’ll look at expanding our partnerships to create more reach for the Nike Fuel and Continue Reading →
Jawbone vs. Fitbit
If all of the companies that make activity-trackers were on some sort of leaderboard right now, who would be winning the race? None of them. The news yesterday that Nike had laid off members of its FuelBand division, and may not release future versions of the device, underscores the challenges players in this space have faced — and Continue Reading →
Samsung Galaxy S5
I’ve been using the Samsung Galaxy S4 as my main mobile device for just about a year now (it launched in March 2013 and was made publically available in April 2013) and I like it – but to be as honest as possible, I don’t love it. My main issues with the S4 have to Continue Reading →