empactica, Embrace, the future

empactica, Embrace, the future with the announcement of a groundbreaking collaboration. Tomorrow is but Today’s Dream Well not anymore it isn’t. The wearable tech industry has long been turning this famous quote by the author Khalil Gibran, on it’s head. More appropriate now would be Today’s dreams are last week’s history, and standby folks because …

Samsung Changes up a Gear

The imminent arrival of a new watch is general news, but what we didn’t know about (or more likely overlooked) was that the watch is to be joined by a new fitness tracker and a new pair of buds. It also appears that Samsung are having a clear out and are starting to file things …

Special edition Kids

You want to make sure that they are safe, you want to be able to contact them, but you don’t yet want to grant them access to the dangers of the web, and you not yet sure they are mature enough for a phone. What do you do? This is already a very controversial subject, …

The Ever Changing Galaxy

If you ignore the Applewatch, and maybe the Fitbit, then the most popular affordable? smartwatch would more than likely be the Samsung Gear. If you go 1 step further and reduce your target market into Men, who wear chronograph sports watches, you would almost hit 100%, if you presented them with the Gear. The reason …

Get Yourself Charged Up

Its over 20 years ago now that Citizen revolutionised the sports/dive watch market with their Eco-Drive system. Producing sports orientated watches that neither needed winding or even charging (although charging your watch was a very new progression). It has confused me somewhat that this technology first of all, never really became mainstream on chronograph watches, …

Untangle the Garmin Knot

Even the most avid Garmin, fan has to admit that even back to the days of the chronograph watch the great company has always had the problem of trying to be all things to all men. So every year they have tended to release at least one model in most of there cost ranges, and annually …