Today’s virtual Unpacked event announced the Galaxy Note 20 series smartphones, Watch3, Tab S7 tablets, Galaxy Buds Live & the Galaxy Z Fold2
There is a lot to the Fitbit Premium, and it’s when you see the bigger picture that it becomes easier to decide whether it’s worth the money.
The Canadian Government is asking for beta testers for their app that works with Apple and Android devices.
Neurlink plans on starting human trials next year for its product that will implant in the brain.
New wearables from Fitbit and Garmin are discussed on Global BC’s Morning News
All the new features announced for the Apple Watch
EdeavorRX has just been approved to be prescribed to children with ADHD. This marks the first time the FDA ha endorsed the use of a video game as a prescription.
Petbiz is about to launch a kickstarter campaign to fund its Pet Health program. This program involves a smart bowl, a wearable monitor for your pet and an app that reports back to the owner. This will help keep your pet healthy and happy.
This week, on Global BC’s Noon News Hour, Mike Agerbo shared some tech gifts that you still have time to order before Father’s Day.
Eno has taken their knowledge of how the brain works to launch the Enophone. A BlueTooth Over-The-Ear headset with EEG metres to help the us focus through specific audio tracks.
Mike shares the fitness and healthy eating apps from our Keep Moving post with Neetu Garcha on Global BC’s Noon News Hour.
A handful of apps and websites to keep you motivated and fit during a pandemic
Mike Agerbo discusses the following items to help with dealing with self-isolation, working from home and keeping your tech clean
Electric massagers aren’t new, and come in many forms, but the Theragun G3Pro isn’t messing around as a serious soother for all that aches you.
In this week’s APP Show Video Podcast we discuss why China is scanning all its citizens. We also talk about a privacy-first search engine called DuckDuckGo.
On Global News Tech Talk we’re taking care of ourselves with a selection of beauty and health gadgets featuring Dyson, Theragun, and La-Roche Posay.
On the Wednesday Global BC Tech Talk, we feature fitness gadgets for the whole family including ones from FitBit and Huawei.
On this week’s tech talk on Global Noon Hour News, we talk about health gadgets. From the latest FitBits to shiatsu massagers!
The future is here – Notifications from your phone, right in front of your eye, that only you can see in a pair of glasses. They are called Focals by Canadian company, North.
Apple’s World Wide Developers Conference (WWDC2019) is an exciting time for developers, but they’re not the only ones paying attention. Apple users tune in, too,
Health and wellness tech is a hot theme in 2019 and the devices are becoming ever more accessible. You may be familiar with tech for
What do the iPod, the iPhone, the iPad, and Apple Watch all have in common? Tech journalists were wrong about every single one of them
Our team is in Paris for the launch of the Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro this week, so Kris Stoyanova brought items that every
Some wearable tech seems like science fiction (and is often inspired by it) but is available to use today. Implantables are exactly what you’d think: a type of “wearable” technology that is implanted right into your body.
Navigating our world with just a smartphone has its limitations. Going beyond that, smart glasses is one path to our augmented reality future. Pushing notifications
Wearable technology is much more than fitness tracking and aesthetically pleasing subwoofers, it can also include clothing! On this week’s Tech Talk, Mike Agerbo chats
As manufacturers create new devices and sensors that can be integrated into our clothing, the types of activities that can be tracked increases. This allows for better data gathering and ultimately better insight into the activities you are doing and informing the goals you have. They can even protect you from harm. But sometimes wearable technology is just fun to wear.
Wearable technology is becoming more popular as we become more connected. Wearable jewelry is typically produced to look like jewelry, but these wearables usually have
As sensors and microprocessors get smaller and we move away from one device to do everything (like our smartphones), designers are coming up with more creative ways of helping us improve our lives with technology we carry with us all the time.
Get Upright by Rav Lekh GetConnected saw the Upright posture training device at CES 2019, so we brought it in and asked if anyone in
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