Tag: wearables

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.

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.

Tech Gear to Set Up a Backyard Office

By Christine Persaud
For those who are working from home, the nice weather can make it tempting to slack off. When you’re in an office, you are stuck in that office. But in your own home? If you’re like me, you might like to move the home office outside every now and then to get some sun. But what gear do you need to allow this to happen?

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Canada Walks and Talks Wearable Tech

by Lee Rickwood
Smart tech-enabled wearables can improve health care systems and hopefully outcomes, but the successful use of data collecting devices and AI-enabled analytics will depend on patient data protection, awareness and confidence.