On Monday, Fitbit announced the addition of three new fitness trackers to their line up: Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge. Each new wearable device offers something more than the standard Fitbit with the addition of an LED display that shows time of day and your daily stats, more accurate step counters, automatic […]
Your wearable technology product is finally in the marketplace and ready to be purchased. Excitement is high as you begin to see orders rolling in. You’ve done your marketing job and you’ve already been promoting your product via social networking sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Google+, LinkedIn, YouTube and more. These online communities have been […]
This is a review of the new Google Glass. It’s still the explorer edition but revamped from the original version. Hilary Topper, President/CEO of HJMT Public Relations talks about the product and its uses. Check it out here on Tech News Now!
Is it like Google Glass? Is it a spy camera? No, it’s Pivothead Wearable Technology and it can be used while skiing, running, golfing, or any other activity your heart desires. Hilary Topper, CEO of HJMT Public Relations Inc., reviews Pivothead and shows you what it’s all about. Check it out.
When I was a child, I used to watch the TV show, Lost In Space. I loved that show. I dreamed of the day that I could be Penny Robinson, the middle daughter, and have wild adventures in space with my family. (Although I may have had wild adventures with my family, they weren’t in […]
Everyone keeps asking me how did I get a pair of Google Glass? There was a Twitter contest (I guess you can call it a contest), where people had to submit in 140 characters or less what they would do if they had Google Glass. The hashtag was #IfIHadGlass. I originally wrote, #IfIHadGlass I would […]
South by Southwest (SXSW) Interactive has been filled with old concepts re-defined and new ideas about the future. Interestingly, futurist, Josh Clark, and former Vice President, Al Gore, talked about what’s likely to happen in the future, specifically addressing sensors and how they will be used. One of the examples that they both gave was […]