Tag Archives: wireless charging

Goccia leads the race towards a hot summer for activity trackers

It is promising to be a hot summer for wearable technology. In an increasingly-crowded market for wearables, the Goccia activity tracker promises real innovation. The Kickstarter-funded firm is developing a tiny tracker that

What’s missing at CES in #wearabletech?

There’s a lot of hype around #wearabletech at this year’s CES, and some interesting-looking announcements from vendors like Sony, LG and even Intel. But aside from the flood of wristband-based “eco systems”,

What’s *not* launching at CES … the iWatch

Ignore the fanboi hype – there’s no way that an Apple iWatch – or iAnything – will launch at CES in Las Vegas in early January. It’s not Apple’s style, nor is

Idiot Tax also applies to #Wearabletech

Last week I managed to lose the little USB dongle that charges my Fitbit Flex – which inevitably meant that the device stuttered to a standstill a couple of days later. The

Wearable tech will be big at CES in January

Expect wearable technology to be one of the stars of the show at CES this January. The Consumer Electronics Show, taking place in Las Vegas, has long been a tech-fest (among other