Body Heat Powered “PowerWatch” Does Little but Speaks Volumes for the Future of Consumer Convenience

The PowerWatch, by Matrix Industries, is the first smartwatch to address the outstanding issue of battery life, the biggest inconvenience for any smartwatch.   Smartwatches have yet  to develop the battery life efficient enough for daily use. Even charging them can be a pain – one can’t exactly wear the watch and charge it simultaneously.

5 Apps That’ll Help You Connect With Your Loved Ones This Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is all about friends and family, and giving thanks to the wonderful people we are lucky to have in our lives. But sometimes, life gets in our way, and various circumstances prevent us from spending this wonderful holiday with the people we care most about. Thankfully, unlike our forefathers, we have technology, which makes

Apple HealthKit to Reportedly Transform from Tracking to Diagnosis

Apple’s new Apple Watch is scoring higher and higher on the health score, and now, it might become an even more inseparable part of our lives, thanks to new reports about an upcoming transformation to the Apple HealthKit. After the unveiling of the new Apple Watch, which is equipped with new and improved apps, and following

Twitter Buyout Roundup: What Happened To Twitter And Salesforce Since The Rumors Started

This past week, the tech world was discussing one HUGE news item – Twitter’s supposed upcoming buyout. On Friday, CNBC reported that, according to sources, tech giants like Google and Salesforce are planning on making a bid. CNET approached all companies for comments, but Twitter and Google did not immediately respond and Salesforce declined to

Nike’s “Back to the Future” Self-Lacing Sneakers Finally Have a Release Date!

This is no longer a futuristic vision – Nike’s self-lacing sneakers, titled HyperAdapt 1.0 will become available for purchasing on “select retail” on November 28th, 2016. The big news was announced on Nike Innovation 2016, together with other upcoming products, like Air Vapor Max or the Mercurial X EA Sports. Wired.com was invited by the