Years ago, I remember how people used to purchase watches solely for the purpose of telling time. As time progressed, watches evolved, and some of them were even capable of displaying the date and year.
With the advent of wearable tech, more smartwatches have been entering the market every year. What was previously thought of as a gimmick now has serious markets in the space. Our phones, which were perhaps
Samsung has been a pioneer in introducing fitness and health-related metrics into their smartwatches and phones. One such feature is the ability to measure your blood oxygen directly from the Samsung health application. This begs
Smartwatches are synonymous with our smartphones now. Personally, we’ve not been able to travel without either. However, with a recent trip we had to the airport, and with our anxiety churning up as we didn’t
Ever had an epiphany that you quickly wanted to jot down but couldn’t find a notebook? In those cases, immediately saying your thoughts out loud and recording them is your next best bet. However, whipping
Smartwatches have quickly turned into independent devices that do not explicitly need your smartphone to function. You can now send messages, receive calls, view images, and even record audio directly from your wrist. With that
Electronic devices have been known to produce electromagnetic, radio, and microwaves that have various effects on the environment. With that said though, this begs the question, does a device as small as a smartwatch emit
With older smartwatches now facing severe cuts given that they’re a few generations behind, do brands like Amazfit and Fitbit have what it takes to take down behemoths like Samsung and Apple in terms of