Tag: smartwatches

Holidays Gifts to Boost Online Privacy, Secure Personal Data

Spending on tech products as gifts will be more than $100 billion dollars this holiday season! According to the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), $97.1 billion (USD) will be spent on technology this holiday season in the U.S. alone: CTA’s annual…

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.

From iPhone 11 to Apple TV+: A Run-Down Of What’s New From Apple

By Christine Persaud
On September 10, anxious Apple fans, media folks, and developed watched the annual Apple Event to see what the company has up its sleeve for the rest of 2019. As expected, several new iPhones were announced as well as the Apple TV+ streaming service, and a few other notable new products. Here’s a rundown of what’s to come.

Sit Back and Relax With Tech for the Beach

By Christine Persaud
Now that the summer is fast approaching, it’s time to think about enjoying some fun in the sun. And for many of us, that often means spending a day at the beach.You can maximize your beach visit with a few cool tech items.

Review of the Fitbit Versa smartwatch

By Gadjo Cardenas Sevilla

The strengths of a Fitbit product including cross-platform functionality, multi-day battery life, excellent fitness and sleep tracking are all on tap in this lightweight and unobtrusive smartwatch.

Valentine’s Day tech gifts for him

By Gadjo Sevilla

Finding the right tech gifts for guys on Valentine’s Day can be a huge challenge since men tend to already buy and invest on the devices and gadgets that they like or want.

Head to head with the Apple Watch Series 3 and Fitbit Ionic

By Gadjo C Sevilla

In 2017, smartwatches are trying to cram fitness tracking capabilities with smart features like notifications, apps, payments, and ecosystem plays. They offer a substantial step up from fitness trackers which have minimal functionality outside of tracking activity, heart rate and sleep. Smartwatches are looking to be more independent of smartphones.