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Xiaomi already has a smartband, and if rumors are a true, a smartwatch could be on the way too, but how about a pair of smart running shoes? According to a report on Reuters, Xiaomi is teaming up with China-based shoe manufacturer Li-Ning to make tracking your running activities more advanced than ever.
Better late than never right? The elegant and stylish Motorola Moto 360 Android Wear smartwatch has arrived in Singapore, and will be available from today for S$380, exclusively on Rakuten and MSTATION. In addition, the first 36 pre-orders of the Moto 360 will receive a free leather strap (worth S$60).
The battery life of the eagerly anticipated Apple Watch was never undisclosed at launch, but we now know that Apple is aiming for 19 hours of battery life for its new wearable with "mixed usage."
Let's face it, those hoverboard concepts that have been floating around (heh) aren't exactly what we dreamed of when we saw Back to the Future 2. But we might still get at least one piece of tech true to the movie if Nike designer Tinker Hatfield delivers on his goal to "deliver the Nike MAG in 2015 with Power Laces."
That's right, for US$150, the new Alcatel Watch can easily pass off as the more expensive Motorola Moto 360 - minus some functionality. Find out how similar (or different) it really is.
Rollkers is a specially designed electronic "under shoe" that aims to make walking less of a chore and will enable its wearer to walk twice as fast, up to speeds of around 11km/h.
Griffin Technology has introduced several new fitness accessories at CES 2015, including a smartphone armband with embedded LED lights.
Montblanc has just introduced its new Timewalker Urban Speed e-Strap, a wearable device that will be launched alongside its new Timewalker Urban Speed watches.