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Jitterbug Smart2 review

GreatCall has a range of products and services designed specifically for keeping people connected who might live alone and need a safety net for medical

Apple Watch Series 5: What we’re expecting when Apple unveils the new smartwatch

Everything you need to know before the 10 September event The Apple Watch Series 5 is almost upon us, with the next smartwatch from the company expected

Garmin’s new women’s health tracking features explored

Everything you need to know about Garmin’s female-focused tracking features Garmin has decided to follow in Fitbit’s footsteps and added a menstrual cycle tracking feature

Apple Watch Series 5: What we know so far about Apple’s next smartwatch

Plus, our new Apple Watch features wish list The Apple Watch Series 4 has been around for a while now, so naturally it’s time to

Bragi’s wearable exit proves just how hard it is to make a true hearable

Is it over to the Apple and thetitans to keep that hearable dream alive? There was an air of inevitability about Bragi’s decision to sell

Apple Watch heart rate guide: How to use all Apple’s HR features

We answer how it works, how accurate it is and what’s new with the Series 4 Over time, the Apple Watch has grown into quite the everyday

Apple Watch Series 5: The features we want to see in the next smartwatch

Could Smart Bands finally be on the horizon? The Apple Watch Series 4 has been around for a few months now, so naturally it’s time

Omron HeartGuide first look: A b​lood pressure tracker disguised as a watch

CES 2019: And an impressive feat of engineering Omron’s HeartGuide blood pressure watch was one of our highlights of CES 2018. This year the company

Withings Move analog watch, Move ECG, BPM Core land on CES 2019

Health, both digital and physical, has become one of the core focus of tech companies these recent months, even years. Google has been rumored to

Flow is a medical grade headset and therapy app designed to treat depression

This Swedish health tech startup is on track to launch in 2019 Transcranial direct current stimulation, known as tDCS, will be familiar to anyone who

A Review – FULL Details Of Xiaomi Mi Notebook Pro

Chinese manufacturing giant, Xiaomi, is one of the fastest growing companies in the world right now. In just 7 years of its existence, it has

Huami Amazfit 1S Review: Best Heart Rate Monitor Watch by Xiaomi

The Huami recently launched its new fitness band as Amazfit 1S. The Huami Amazfit 1S is not a regular fitness tracker, it has some of

5 ways smartwatches could break out as medical devices

Phone alerts and step tracking are just the beginning With each passing year smartwatches continue to pile on the features, whether that’s monitoring your heart

Asus VivoWatch BP hand-on review: Read your blood pressure on the go

Among other announcements at this year’s Computex in Taipei, Asus announced the VivoWatch BP. It is the world’s first wearable, blood pressure-reading smartwatch and Pocket-lint

Apple Watch v Wear OS: The battle for smartwatch supremacy

The war continues to wage, and it’s starting to get more interesting With Wear OS having now replaced what was formerly known as Android Wear and the Apple Watch now sporting

How to use Google Fit: Get set with the Android fitness platform

Our guide to getting up and running with Google’s fitness ecosystem Since Google Fit and Apple Health both arrived in late 2014, the pair have since been

Jawbone Health Hub: What we know so far

Jawbone’s back, tell a friend Jawbone is not dead. It’s living on but not in the wearable form it has adopted over the last few

SME Model 15A review

SME has quite some pedigree. It was founded in 1946 and originally known as the Scale Model Equipment Company. As the name implies, the company

Denon AVR-X4200W A/V Receiver Review

Full disclosure: Denon holds a special place in my hi-fi heart, because the brand’s former parent company, Nippon Columbia, brought me to Japan for my

Microsoft HoloLens preview : An augmented vision that’s still very much in the future

Microsoft HoloLens is the company’s stab at delivering what it believes is the next big thing. Rather than go down the virtual reality route favoured by Oculus, HTC, Samsung, Google and others, Microsoft believes augmenting our reality is the future. But can a reality that is augmented deliver an experience that is better than a virtual

Researchers use Microsoft Kinect to take better X-rays

Next time your parents claim that nothing good would come from gaming, this little anecdote might tide things in your favor. Of course, it’s gaming

iPad Pro review: Big and powerful, but it won’t replace your laptop

Here we are. Apple, the same company that once swore off styluses, and dismissed hybrid PCs as experiments gone wrong, is now selling a laptop/tablet

Driving Honda’s Clarity Fuel Cell hydrogen car due March 2016

Honda’s new hydrogen-powered car, the Clarity Fuel Cell, will go on sale in Japan in March 2016, the company confirmed today. Taking on the Toyota

BMW 7 Welcome Light Carpet shows you where your car is

If trying to walk through a poorly lit parking lot weren’t exasperating enough, struggling to find where your car and its door is could very

Microsoft wants you to teach computers how to learn

As clever as learning computers may be, they only have as much potential as their software. What if you don’t have the know-how to program

CheckMe Is A Real Medical Tricorder You Can Buy

No, it’s not quite as sophisticated as the tricorder in Star Trek. That, however, doesn’t make CheckMe any less impressive, with its ability to measure

10 things you need to know about 3D printing

Today, 3D printing is a niche technology that most people won’t have any first-hand experience of, but that’s going to change in the coming years: