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This year, 2018, was another banner year for smartwatches and wearables, with worldwide sales of individual units nearly doubling last year’s numbers. Driving these figures were the usual suspects—Fitbit, Apple, and Garmin—but there were also some quality devices from companies like Samsung and Suunto. We’ve compiled the very best of these devices into our list of top wearables of 2018. Fitbit...
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Ironically, what makes the new Samsung Galaxy Note9 such an excellent smartphone is also perhaps its biggest criticism: It looks and acts a whole lot like the Note8....
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Bose, at its core, is a company that makes problem-solving audio gear. Whether it’s making a plane ride less noisy, or being able to run at the gym without your...
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The premise of Google Clips is undeniably intriguing: a hands-free camera that uses AI to capture spontaneous moments of the people and pets who matter to you, automatically. But does the Clips’ performance live up to its promise? We took it for a field test, during B&H...
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Wearables are supposed to help people create data points around their life and then use that information to better themselves. Or they are just some flashy accessory that complements their outfit, much like a regular old wristwatch used to be. When I picked up an Apple Watch Nike+ Series 3...
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The Fitbit Versa is the company’s most sophisticated and stylish wearable to date. Packing most of the features you would expect in a top-tier smartwatch, while still boasting a dramatically lower price tag than many of its peers, the Versa appears to be headed for best-in-class honors...
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This adventure entailed traversing a mud-run obstacle course, comprising four miles of slippery hills, muddy trenches, high walls, rope climbs, barbed wire, and even a javelin throw. The Gear Apple Watch Series 3, Fitbit Versa, GoPro HERO6 Black, GoPro HERO 2018 How You Can Do It In the last 10 years, mud runs have gained enormous popularity across the United States and the world, which means it...
9 months ago
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Much to our chagrin, Toy Fair 2018 is a wrap. The weeklong thrill ride of glee-inducing gadgetry and age-specific innovations has ended. But just because playtime is over, that doesn't mean we can't relive some of the fun we had and reflect on all the awesome toys we saw along the way. At the top of our list was...
10 months ago
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2018 is barely underway and, already, we've seen what could end up being one of the biggest smartphone stories of the year: the North American release of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro. If you've followed this turbulent tech tale at all, you know there was some eleventh-hour drama between the telecom...
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I first fell in love with drawing when I was a kid. I don’t remember when exactly—probably after reading Shel Silverstein or my first X-Men comic. Whatever the muse, the fascination stuck, intensified, and all these years later, drawing is still my favorite pastime. Which is why I wanted to write about the...
11 months ago
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As the floodgates for completely wireless headphones (that is, without a cable connecting the earbuds like most models have) were burst open wide by a small company with a fruit logo last year, the consumer public has begun to see more and more models that offer the opportunity to cut all cords, not just the one connecting your headphones to your mobile device. Peruse the customer review sections...
1 year ago
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The “meet cute” is a classic Hollywood storytelling device used to get two characters to meet (cutely) and fall in love. When it comes to movies about college, there’s one meet cute that’s used over and over again: The two are walking towards each other, hands full of books and notes, so absorbed in the demands of university that neither notices the other as they get closer and closer. With a...
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Apple has a history of making bold moves in abandoning concepts that have long been considered standard for computing and home electronics. Be it FireWire, USB 3.0, or its own 30-pin connector, for better or worse (depending on who you ask), Apple has proven it will endure the grumbles of its loyal customer base in exchange for the company’s design vision. And with the announcement of the iPhone...
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In a surprise move late last year, Snapchat became the latest tech company to reinvent itself. It changed its name to Snap Inc., repositioned itself as a camera company, and then quickly released its first physical product: a pair of sunglasses equipped with a camera that will connect directly to your phone and Snapchat account. These...
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Five years ago, the word “selfie” wasn't even part of our collective diction. Similarly, a “selfie stick” had the same vernacular worth as gibberish or baby talk. And a "selfie drone" was something you were more likely to find in a Phillip K. Dick novel than hovering overhead. Man, life comes at you fast. And leading the charge into this brave new vainglorious world is the ...
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