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  • How NFC Payments Are Permanently Changing The Way We Buy Things

    Logan Strain - November 7th, 2016

    If you have Apple Pay or Android Pay installed, you can pay for your coffee by tapping your phone to a sensor. If you happen to have the right kind of smart ring, you can even pay without your wallet or your phone. The technology that powers all of ...

  • The Best Running Advice For Non-Runners From An Ultra Marathoner

    Rebecca Paredes - November 4th, 2016

    One of the great joys of running is its accessibility. Assuming that you have a safe place to run, as well as a couple of key pieces of equipment (namely, shoes), you're all set. Unlike many other sports, there isn’t some exclusive club to join...

  • The Narrative Lifelogging Camera May Live To See Another Day

    Rebecca Paredes - November 4th, 2016

    A day before its scheduled shutdown, the Narrative camera has been rescued by a group of former employees. In a public Facebook group called Narrative Clip Lounge, a post states, “After a lot of work and negotiations, all assets in Narrative, d...

  • How To Have A Lucid Dream: iBand+ Offers a Wearable Solution

    Conor Hockett - November 4th, 2016

    Dreaming opens up a world of infinite possibilities, but your imagination usually determines what happens as you sleep — unless you’ve learned how to have a lucid dream. Lucid dreaming occurs when you become aware that you’re dream...

  • How To Protect Your Apple Watch (And Any Smartwatch) From Hackers

    Rebecca Paredes - November 3rd, 2016

    Wearable technology was once the stuff of science fiction. We saw it on the bridge of the Starship Enterprise, but never expected to see it down our own high street. Apple’s latest wearable, the Apple Watch 2, offers plenty of great features f...

  • The Sgnl Watch Band Lets You Take Calls Like Inspector Gadget

    Logan Strain - November 2nd, 2016

    Here’s a simple test to tell whether or not a product is genuinely new or different. When you first hear about it, do you simply assume that it’s real, or do you ask yourself, “Wait, does that really exist?” The latter is a n...

  • The Apple Watch Setup Guide That Apple Should’ve Written

    Rebecca Paredes - October 28th, 2016

    Whether you’ve just received the recently released Apple Watch Series 2 or you’ve picked up a more affordable Apple Watch Series 1, you’ll need to set up your device before you can start chatting with Siri and getting Twitter notifi...

  • Interview: How Team USA Got Its Olympic Superpowers

    Rebecca Paredes - October 28th, 2016

    At the Wearable Technology Show (WTS) in Santa Clara, I didn’t expect to cry. But as I sat in a darkened auditorium, watching a video about the trials, tribulations, and successes of Team USA at the Rio Olympics, I felt a surge of teary-eyed pr...

  • 5 Survival Watches That Will Help You Live Off The Grid

    Logan Strain - October 25th, 2016

    Watches that notify you when someone tags you on Facebook can keep you connected to your friends. But they won’t do much good if you’re somebody whose idea of a vacation is eating MREs and gathering herbs in the middle of a national park....

  • Apple Watch Reset: How To Easily Reset And Restart Your Device

    Rebecca Paredes - October 24th, 2016

    Dealing with temperamental technology can make you curse the day the silicon computer chip was invented. Fortunately, you have options when it comes to your Apple Watch. Like your iPhone, you can both restart and factory reset your Apple Watch. Thes...

  • Ignore The Nike Logo: Garmin Still Makes Better Running Watches Than Apple

    Shiem Edelbrock - October 21st, 2016

    Back in 2004, Apple tried to make people like U2 by releasing a limited-edition iPod. It was black with a red wheel, and it came with a $50 gift certificate that could be used toward purchasing “The Complete U2” from the Apple Store. Does...

  • Ditto Helps You Ditch Your Phone And Stay Connected

    Shayla Brooks - October 21st, 2016

    Smartphones can be both a blessing and a curse. Having nearly unlimited access to friends and family through calls, texts, emails, and social media can be an amazing thing. But sometimes it’s nice to drop off the grid without fear of missing so...

  • Essential Apple Watch 2 Apps That Make The Most Of Your Smartwatch

    Logan Strain - October 19th, 2016

    If you pre-ordered the Apple Watch 2, then you’ve already received your newest Cupertino-minted miracle and started playing around with it. But now comes the hard part: figuring out which of the thousands of apps are worth your time. To help y...

  • Are Fitbits Waterproof? Here’s The Real Answer

    Logan Strain - October 12th, 2016

    You already use your Fitbit to count steps, but how good is it at counting pool laps? Are Fitbits waterproof enough to wear while you practice your backstroke? Right now, there is only one model that is genuinely waterproof: the Fitbit Flex 2. This ...

  • User Experience Is Hard And Partnerships Are Crucial For Non-Wrist Based Wearables

    Logan Strain - October 6th, 2016

    In the mass marketplace, the word “wearables” is synonymous with fitness trackers and smartwatches. They’re devices that help people collect data about their health and exercise performance, and they make it easy to access smartphon...

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