First announced at last month's Consumer Electronics Show 2014, Sony revealed at Mobile World Congress 2014 that it would be available worldwide from March 2014. We dropped by the Sony booth for a closer look. Here's our initial impressions of the SmartBand SWR10 and the Lifelog application.
Joining two new smartwatches announced yesterday, Samsung today unveiled its latest wearable, the Tizen-powered Gear Fit fitness band. The sleek wristband sports a curved 1.84-inch Super AMOLED display, and includes an integrated fitness manager, heart rate monitor, and Bluetooth connectivity with your smartphone for displaying messages and calls. We take a closer look.
Huawei added a new product category into their consumer products line-up today with the announcement of the TalkBand B1. The hybrid 'talk and track' companion to the recently announced MediaPad X1 is their attempt at interpreting the concept of wearables.
If you lack space for a big screen home cinema setup, consider the new Sony HMZ-T3 personal 3D viewer, which claims to be able to recreate the experience of watching on a 750-inch display. We put on our favorite shows and give this head-mounted display a spin.
Put Google Glass on for the first time and you get a glimpse of the future. The high-tech device isn't officially here yet, but we scored time with it at Google's offices and tested it against our Singlish.
Evernote's Penultimate is one of the most popular note taking apps for the iPad and the Adonit Jot Script Evernote Edition claims to improve the experience even further. We try both out to see if it can really replace the good old combination of pen and paper.
The Smart Watch 2 is Sony's third generation wearable device. Is there more to the Sony Smart Watch 2 than its good looks, water resistance and NFC connectivity? Find out in this review.
Like every other year, this year's edition of CES is a massive deluge of news and product releases. If the avalanche of coverage is giving you a headache, or literally TL;DR, we've the solution. Just give us 5 minutes to tell you the five key things you should know from this year's show.
Sitex, it's not just about cameras, tablets, headphones and notebooks. Live vicariously through us as we bring you five things that happened at Sitex (minus the salespeople).
Some of the best deals at any tech show can be found with the telcos, who just love to bundle their deals with loads of premium goodies. Plus, we check out the best promotions on smartphones, tablets and mobile accessories to complement your latest purchases.