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The Fitbit Sense is a new line from the fitness tracking company, and one attempts to re-align Fitbit as a health brand instead. While the Fitbit Sense looks like another Fitbit smartwatch, it’s actually a heath data powerhouse, brimming with sensors designed to put you in touch with the inner workings of your body and… Read more
Photo by Amelia Holowaty Krales / The Verge The Nintendo Switch, like everything else that can lighten the mood during this incredibly tough time, is in short supply. And as soon as retailers like Best Buy, Amazon, and Walmart get it in stock, it quickly sells out. It can be disheartening to miss out on the...
Masimo announced the launch of its Radius Tº Continuous Thermometer for consumers. Unlike spot-check, episodic thermometers, the wearable, wireless Radius Tº measures body temperature continuously and transmits data and customizable To access this post, you must purchase Free Subscription, Premium Subscription or Premium Subscription (6 months, special rate). The post Masimo Launches Radius Tº...
Google announced today it’s introducing a Stories feature to its Google app for iOS and Android, which now reaches over 800 million people per month. In a new carousel within the app, users in supported markets will be presented with a row of tappable visual Stories from participating publishers. These Stories can include full screen video, photos, and...
While many companies are using chatbots and other forms of automation to manage their communication with customers, Boston-based Tone is betting that humans will remain a key part of the equation. “The traditional models of bots and humans is, ‘Hello, I’m a bot, now you get to battle with me to finally get to a human,’” said Tone CEO...
Every Tuesday this month, Vergecast co-host Dieter Bohn is hosting a series of discussions diving deep into tech review season, each focusing on a specific product. This week, Dieter talks with Judner Aura, aka UrAvgConsumer on YouTube, about how the recently announced Google Pixel 5 shares some common ground with an older Google smartphone project: the Nexus 5....
The Apple iPad Air 4 was unveiled last month and as usual Apple was skimpy on details regarding the RAM, CPU frequency and battery miliamperes. However, we’ve got benchmarks to show us extra details. The slate was recently passed through GeekBench, revealing it has 4 GB of RAM. More details are below. The iPad Air 4 was tested with GeekBench...
As usual this season, is gearing up to unveil the , but the release dates span a . While waiting with bated breath, you'd be wise to watch live, as it is expected to unveil the most iPhones at once ever, to the tune of four new 5G model, reportedly starting from $649, and going all the...
People who rely on gaze-tracking to interact with their devices on an everyday basis now have a powerful new tool in their arsenal: Google Assistant. Substituting gaze for its original voice-based interface, the Assistant’s multiple integrations and communication tools should improve the capabilities of the Tobii Dynavox devices it now works on. Assistant will now be possible to add...
The iPhone series is consistently the best-selling smartphone lineup on the planet, but that popularity is on an entirely different level when it comes to teenagers living in the United States.The iPhone is more popular than ever among US teensThe Fall 2020 edition of the Taking Stock with Teens report – a biannual survey conducted by Piper Sandler (via...

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