Car Tech Roundup - Techiest Cars of 2013
Apr 17, 2013 3:57 PM
Construction workers in Boston are trading in hard hats for 3D glasses at what will be a new hospital and research center set to open in 2016.
The real-time heart-rate tracking isn't perfect, but it comes close. And with automatic sleep tracking and an improved industrial design, the Basis Peak is much better than its predecessor.
On WTU this week Microsoft will expand Office to mobile devices, Motorola's new smartphone delivers on a two-day battery promise and we talk with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich on wearables.
Apple's software shines, but this touchscreen isn't worth the price of entry.
It's uncomfortable to wear, and its heart-rate data is inconsistent. But for just $200, the Microsoft Band is stuffed with more sensors than any other wearable available.
The Nexus 9 may be geared towards developers, but its big screen, powerful 64-bit processor, and stereo sound are a joy for anyone willing to drop $400.
You could put your old phone on Craigslist, you could trust your carrier to give you a fair price (right), or you could try EcoATM's impressively thorough vetting and pricing model, with the lure of instant cash.
Intel threw an event in San Francisco to recognize the winners of its first-ever wearables competition. We spoke with Intel CEO Brian Krzanich and asked him about the company's wearables strategy.