This is the Sony SRS-NB10 Neckband Speaker, “a perfect work-from-home product” that lets you take calls, listen to anything without shoving earbuds into your ears or covering them with headphones, and doing so without disturbing the peace of others.
Given the heat most part of the world is experiencing now, I am afraid “wearable air-conditioner” and apparels with built-in fans ain’t going to cut it. If you want a cool head, then you will want to check out Torras Coolify Portable Air Conditioner.
What are the odds that luxury smartwatch users are into Nintendo’s Super Mario? Perhaps, the odds is quite high. How else do explain this: the TAG Heuer x Super Mario Connected Smartwatch?
Watching anything on your smartphone while commuting in public transportation has zero privacy. With TCL NXTWEAR G Smart Glasses, however, you can do so without someone peeping over you and you’d be going so without looking like a dork.
In the midst of busy pushing out its home-grown HarmonyOS to existing handsets, Huawei has introduced its first HarmonyOS product, the Huawei Watch 3 smartwatches.
There is another Apple Watch lookalike smartwatch. Coming from Meizu, the Meizu Watch is the handset maker’s first true smartwatch after its 2016 hybrid smartwatch.
Not sure if you remember the Blackberry spoof video from 2006 featuring a Blackberry Helmet. This helmet has a camera on it so Blackberry users can stare at their trusty device and walk at the same time without worrying about walking into something or someone.
UEFA EURO 2020 is round the corner. Yes. 2020. That’s not a typo, btw. Last year’s football event of the year was postponed to 2021 because of the pandemic. For some reasons, UEFA decided to stick with 2020 and hence, the UEFA EURO 2020.
The OnePlus‘ first smartwatch is finally here and it looks, well, very watch-like – a plus point for those who hate the smartwatch look. At a glance, it really does look like just a regular watch.
Well, what do you know? Not only the super tough smartwatch from G-Shock, G-Squad, has a follow up, but it also surprises us with it being powered by Wear OS by Google.