You can’t throw a rock without hitting a fitness tracker these days, and everyone seems ready to get in on the action. One of the more unlikely companies is Garmin, and they’ve just launched the Garmin Vivosmart fitness tracker in India for Rs. 10,990.
Looking for a fitness tracker that doesn’t run Android Wear and won’t break the bank? The Microsoft Band is a fine choice, but it’s been rather hard to get sine it was initially announced last year. If you were left out in the cold the first time around, prepare to be pleased as the Microsoft Band release is expanding to the UK starting on April 15th.
We were hit with a slew of smartwatches and wearables in the latter half of the year, and the Microsoft Band was one of them. Nobody was sure exactly how well it would do when it hit the streets, and it hasn’t been easy to obtain either. Unfortunately, the Microsoft Band availability is not going to improve this calendar year.
Everybody and their grandmother has jumped on that big old tech bandwagon known as the smartwatch. All the major players are getting on board, and the smaller manufacturers are cranking out wearables left and right. HTC… not so much. The company was rumored to have an HTC Smartwatch ready to roll this year, but that […]
It’s been a long time coming, but the Fitbit Windows 8.1 app has finally touched down. The company announced the upcoming software around eight months ago, and now Fitbit owners around the globe can sync up their Windows 8.1 smartphones to their favorite fitness tracker. Fitbit has been out for Android an iOS for quite […]