Whether I’m throwing a party, working out, playing with my little ones or plowing through chores, music elevates the experience. But you don’t have to take my word for it, research has shown that music can help you concentrate, run faster, relieve stress and even positively impact long-term illnesses like heart disease and cancer. So how do you bring more music into your...
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Rumors have ramped up this week that Apple is developing an "iWatch." The success of wearable technology like the Nike Fuelband, and demand for the Pebble, the Kickstarter-backed smart watch, have fueled the speculation. It's a logical move for Apple, which could use a new device to generate buzz and drive revenue. The iPhone and iPad are still selling almost as fast as...
(3 months and 6 days ago)
As our mobile devices become smaller and more intricate, the easier they are to lose. And the more powerful they become, the more desirable they are to thieves. The It's Mine Bluetooth bracelet links up to your mobile device and alerts you if the link is broken - by either the bracelet or the device going out of range. It does this by vibrating on your wrist.We've seen...
(27 days ago)
NEW YORK (TheStreet) -- That evil bastard called cancer took Steve Jobs from us too soon. If he is looking down on us from wherever or has come back as a cat or some such, he's likely to die another death. Observing the state Apple is in has got to make him sick. I must qualify my sentiment: I operate under the assumption that, while Apple still dominates near-term, there's...
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You can easily manage your connected Bluetooth devices in the Mac OS X Bluetooth preferences box.
(20 days ago)
Microsoft is working on designs for a touch-enabled watch device,potentially joining rivals like Apple in working on a new class of computing products.
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The tech industry has been buzzing in recent weeks about the sudden burst of announcements about wearable computing, and in particular about rumors that Apple is working on some kind of iWatch.
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The $119 Tinké lets you track your heart rate, respiratory rate, blood oxygen and more using a sensor that then plugs into your iPhone for recording the data, which can then be shared via Facebook.
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Rohan Dua Not a compact Nano for the opulence-crazy sedan lovers of Punjab.
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Nano-particles implicated in the deterioration of roofing materials five years ago are still being used in many sunscreens.
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