Tag: smartwatches

Highlights From Google’s I/O Conference

By Christine Persaud
Google’s highly anticipated Google I/O conference (“I/O” stands for input/output, as well as the slogan “Innovation in the Open”)  took place from Tuesday, May 17 through to Thursday, May 20. There was a lot of technology and innovation announced.

Tech Categories That Are Growing Like Wildfire Due To The Pandemic

By Christine Persaud
Wearable devices, portable Bluetooth speakers, and truly wireless headphones are a few of the popular big categories from the past few years. But in 2020, largely due to the COVID-19 pandemic, there are specific categories of products that are picking up steam that might not necessarily have been on the radar before, or at least not been quite as popular as they are now.

Tech Gifts For Someone Who Just Picked Up A New Hobby

By Christine Persaud
As we continue to deal with COVID-19, a lot of people have extra time on their hands since they aren’t going out and about after work or on the weekends. And while some are filling it by binge watching TV shows, reorganizing the house, or spending more time with the kids, others have picked up new hobbies.

Reviewing the Huawei Watch GT 2 Pro

By Ted Kritsonis

Huawei has proven it can make an attractive smartwatch, but the real question is whether the Watch GT 2 Pro can be one of the best options for your wrist.

Everything Unveiled at Apple’s Time Flies Event

By Christine Persaud
On Tuesday, September 15, Apple held its first-ever virtual event to launch its latest slate of products. The event, called Time Flies, revealed a new Apple Watch, new iPads, and new subscription-based services, including Apple One, which combines all of your bills into one, for a discounted rate.

Tech to Help Achieve A Better Work-Life Balance

By Christine Persaud
With the lines being blurred between work and personal time thanks to the proliferation of mobile devices, flexible schedules, and work-from-home options, it is harder than ever to balance work obligations with family and personal time.

From Big Sur to iPadOS: Highlights From Apple WWDC20

By Christine Persaud
In late June, Apple held its annual Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC) and, for the first time, presented it virtually. Missed the stream? Here’s a synopsis of the key announcements made at the event.

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.