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Garmin Vivosmart HR Review

Garmin’s Vivosmart HR is the navigation company’s latest addition to its robust line-up of wearables. The Vivosmart HR is an intelligent tracker that’s minimalistically and yet beautifully-designed. With an on-board 24/7 continuous heart rate monitor armed under the display of the Vivosmart HR, and even more novel features such as

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LifeTrak Zoom HRV Review

Most fitness trackers are glorified pedometers, but the Zoom HRV, seeks to break out of that sorry trend. This amphibious tracker is built specifically for the intense sportsman who ventures both land and sea. With continuous heart-rate tracking, even when you are asleep, the Zoom HRV seeks to be the

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You Can Now Pay For Public Transport with Wearables

On Thursday, EZ-Link had announced that commuters can finally pay for their bus and train rides in Singapore with their wearables. In collaboration with Watchdata Technologies and Garmin, Singapore will be the very first country in South-east Asia to allow for the public to pay for public transport with their

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Smart Heels: Yay or Nay?

CES is all about the fun stuff. Not just phones and laptops, but strange little innovations like smart heels as well. French company, Zhor-Tech showed off two pairs of these “smart” high heels at CES last week. They are just one of the numerous and growing list of tech companies that

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Pokemon Go Could Help You Get Fit

[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Credits: IB Times[/caption] Pokemon Go has surprising health benefits. Launched in countries all over the globe, users have seen thei activity levels rise by leaps and bounds ever since the game was launched. Some conspiracy theorists even hypothesise that Pokemon Go was paid for by the Department

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