Tag Archives: fitbit

Making a case for Pebble in the era of Apple Watch

If you were not living on Mars for the past few months, Apple is building a smart watch which goes on sale on April 10. Like with any new Apple product, there has been intense speculation, scrutiny and tons of pre-analysis on the use, viability and potential of the product even before the first order […]

Wearables 2.0: Is there a compelling reason to buy one?

Over the past couple of months I have written about the second coming of Wearables – from Android Wear to iWatch [1][2][3]. I believe that the next big battle of the tech giants will be fought over wearables, starting with the smart watch. State of the smartphone business The greatest innovations in smartphone are mostly […]

Wearables 2.0: Impact of Android Wear on the existing wearable market

Hopefully by now, everyone has had the time to digest the news about Google’s Android Wear announced a few months ago. Google I/O is upon us and there is expectation of the unveiling of the first set of Android Wear products from LG and Moto. In the third part of my multipart series on the second […]

Putting technology to work for you: Personal Fitness Trackers

One of the new initiatives for this tech blog for 2013 is to offer long form articles on specific lifestyle areas where technology is taking major strides. These devices and/or services are relatively affordable, simple to use and for the right person, can potentially offer a dramatic improvement in the lifestyle area. These are by […]