GPS technology is now so widespread that the vast majority of people have some kind of tracking gadgets – so should your fleet? Our A-Z helps to decide.
TAG Heuer has unveiled a special edition timepiece for the newest film in the Kingsman spy series, which is available to buy from Thursday 6 July.
The global manufacturing industry used to be very much about creating products for sale, however, we’ve seen a gradual erosion of that concept.
The latest edition of the Tag Heuer Connected smartwatch line has been released in an 18 carat rose gold design, with a £7,500 price tag – just in time for Christmas.
As technologies seen in sci-fi films become reality, US firm JetPack Aviation plans to launch the world’s first jet packs for public use in 2017, which will be aided with a £300,000 crowdfunding campaign running on Seedrs.
Gizmo lovers rejoice, US technology company GoPro has joined the drone market by launching its new Karma product, a remote-controlled flying device that fits into a small backpack.
Consider yourself an athlete or adventurer of the new age? Garmin has you covered as it blurs the lines with a “refined” smartwatch line designed for activity lovers, which will cost around £1,000 per timepiece.
Facebook-owned Oculus has started pre-orders of its Rift virtual reality headset, which comes with a price tag of £550. And gadget-loving business leaders won’t have to wait long to lead a VR life as the gizmos hit shelves on 20 September.
Even Inspector Gadget would find a use for SunTech UK’s all-in-one invention, the eFOLDi, which is designed to support everyone from those with disabilities to people heading to festivals and everyone in-between. Who needs the Transformers?
Revealing its latest line of Zen products at a Zenvolution event, ASUS has introduced a $600 robot called Zenbo, which will deliver assistance, entertainment and company to families and tech addicts.
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Launched out of his i.am+ business, musician-cum-entrepreneur will.i.am has unleashed his Dial “smart band” on the UK market. Impressively, it works independently without the need for a mobile to be connected – ideal for on-the-go leaders.