Tag: fitness

Tech You Didn’t Think You Needed Until Now

By Christine Persaud
When the coronavirus pandemic hit and companies were scrambling to figure out how employees could keep working, suddenly those work-from-home policies they were against became the biggest regret. Today, many people are doing their jobs from the comfort of their homes.

Health Tech for an Aging Population

By Christine Persaud
While we like to think of emerging technology as being for the new generation – those early adopters who are quick to jump on the latest and great innovations – the truth is that we live in a rapidly aging population.

Mobile Tech Gifts for Those Who Are Always On The Go

By Christine Persaud
One thing everyone seeks out these days are devices that can help them stay connected and entertained on-the-go. And in some cases, devices that can make working on-the-go simpler as well. As you look for the perfect gift for the person who’s always on the go, whether for business or pleasure, here are some tech suggestions.

Holidays Gifts to Boost Online Privacy, Secure Personal Data

By Lee Rickwood
In many ways, it is an outrage that online safety and security has to be purchased at all: yes, our personal information is very valuable and well worth protecting, but there are those who say we should be paid when others make use of our digital data, not that we should pay to protect our data from them.

Reviewing the Huawei Band 3 Pro  

By Ted Kritsonis

Huawei’s pedigree in Canada may be better known in the smartphone arena, but the company’s latest Band 3 Pro tries to make the same case.

High-Tech Gifts for Dad This Father’s Day

By Christine Persaud
Father’s Day is just around the corner on Sunday, June 16, which means it’s time to start thinking about getting the dad on your list a great gift. And there’s plenty of tech from which to choose that any dad would appreciate on his special day.

New Wearables That Do More Than Track Fitness and Deliver Notifications

By Christine Persaud
Wearables haven’t quite hit their stride yet in North America. However, in other regions, they’re blowing up. Research firm GfK reports that the demand for wearables, which include smartwatches, health and fitness trackers, wrist sport computers, and connected watches, increased by 22% year-over-year in Western Europe for the period from January to June 2017, with sales up 33%. In Asia, the category saw a similar 21% rise in unit sales and 26% in sales value.