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Adidas miCoach Fit Smart vs Nike+ SportWatch GPS: What's the difference?

Adidas miCoach Fit Smart vs Nike+ SportWatch GPS: What's the difference?

By 9 July 2014

When details of the Adidas miCoach Fit Smart first leaked, it was thought to be a rival to Nike's FuelBand SE. However, that has turned out not to be the case. Adidas has now officially announced the device - which will be available in the UK and US from... >>

Adidas boss: Fit Smart is not FuelBand rival but lifestyle tracker could be 'further down the line'

Adidas boss: Fit Smart is not FuelBand rival but lifestyle tracker could be 'further down the line'

By 9 July 2014

When news of an Adidas smartband fitness tracking device first broke, thanks to numerous leaks including a posting on the US FCC site, many reports claimed that it would be aimed squarely at Nike's ever successful FuelBand products. However, Pocket-lint... >>

Adidas continues journey into wearables territory with miCoach Fit Smart training device

Adidas continues journey into wearables territory with miCoach Fit Smart training device

By 9 July 2014

Adidas has announced an addition to its wearables range that so far has been restricted to the miCoach Smart Run fitness watch. The Adidas miCoach Fit Smart is slightly more than a fitness band, such as the Nike+ FuelBand, but keeps a tight focus on the... >>

Star Wars VII is being shot in IMAX format

Star Wars VII is being shot in IMAX format

By 9 July 2014

Brilliant news has surface from the set of Star Wars VII – it's being filmed using IMAX cameras. The news appeared with the above photo, of what looks like a desert being shot as Tatooine, tweeted by @bad_robot. It isn't clear if the entire film is... >>

Ten times faster internet on trains due, government dishing out fines to keep works on track

Ten times faster internet on trains due, government dishing out fines to keep works on track

By 9 July 2014

The British government may fine National Rail £70 million for not improving Wi-Fi at the rate it had promised. Ten times faster internet is wanted within three to four years. While fining National Rail might seem like a bad move as it tries to spend... >>

Kizon is the LG smartwatch for the little people that lets their big people track and call them directly

Kizon is the LG smartwatch for the little people that lets their big people track and call them directly

By 9 July 2014

LG, after releasing its Android Wear G Watch, has announced its Kizon smartwatch for children. The Kizon is designed for primary school age little'uns mainly as a way for parents to keep track of them. That's not a first as plenty of start-ups have been... >>

FingerReader is a ring that scans words and reads aloud to the user in real-time

FingerReader is a ring that scans words and reads aloud to the user in real-time

By 9 July 2014

The brains over at MIT have managed to construct an intelligent reading device called FingerReader that fits onto a ring. It users a camera to detect written words and then reads them out to the user, initially created for the visually impaired. The FingerReader... >>

How to see who’s tracking you online and stop them easily, why give away your data for free?

How to see who’s tracking you online and stop them easily, why give away your data for free?

By 9 July 2014

Data, it's fast becoming the most valuable commodity on the planet. Google and Facebook are no strangers to issues of privacy invasion as they track everything about anyone they can and sell that information to the highest bidder. Don't give yourself... >>

Here's a first look at Samsung Gear VR headset, and it works a lot like Cardboard

Here's a first look at Samsung Gear VR headset, and it works a lot like Cardboard

By 9 July 2014

Samsung's upcoming virtual reality headset is an Oculus Rift-looking device that functions sort of like Google Cardboard, according to a newly leaked image. Reports claimed in May that Samsung was working on a virtual reality headset, and now more details... >>

Hicon smart bangle keeps you tethered to social networks, with alerts shown on your wrist

Hicon smart bangle keeps you tethered to social networks, with alerts shown on your wrist

By 8 July 2014

There is a new device in the works that aims to keep eyes off smartphones but still caters to the social media addicts of the world. It's called Hicon. Described as a smart bangle/bracelet/wristband, Hicon is a wearable device that just launched on crowdfunding... >>