Sunday, September 22, 2019

Sports Tech Tokyo takes its World Demo Day to San Francisco

The industry of sports, just like any other industry, is experiencing a lot of influence of technology upon its self. Innovations are dropping down too fast and keeping up with the...

Australian Startup for Sports Called Jetson Industries Is Transforming Sports Tracking

Jetson Industries incorporated online games and electronic sensors with athletic sports to gather information about the movements and deliver more useful insights to the coaches, fans and specially the players. Australian tech...

Does Garmin Have An Edge Over Apple in Wearables Industry

Competing with Apple is not easy as to do so, you need to see your product to all portions of the industry from the pilots of the military to anglers. This...

IDTechEx shows Wearables Are Now A $50bn per year Endeavor:

Wearable Technology, according to IDTechEx’s latest report, is worth $50bn by the end of 2019. Since 2014 wearable technology has grown into the highest grossing market. In the past 5 years...

Garmin Makes Amazon Music Available for Streaming on its Watches

Garmin has finally added the support for Amazon Music’s Streaming Service for its smart wearable watches. Subscribers of Amazon Music will be able to listen online and even download songs to...

Premier League is Back on Optus Sports Exclusive Live and now on 5G

English Premier League is returning to Optus Sports, as Liverpool takes on Norwich City on August 10, 2019. It will also mark its four years of Premier League Broadcast as Optus...

Snapchat Spectacles 3 Will Record in 3D

Snap has unveiled the third generation of its smart glasses that look no different than our usual sunglasses. These glasses are equipped with two High Definition Cameras which will let the...

Misfit Launches its Lightest Smartwatch Ever

Misfit unveiled its brand new smartwatch called Misfit Vapor X. It is the claimed to be the lightest smartwatch ever to be launched by Misfit. This smartwatch runs on Qualcomm Snapdragon...

Soccer Starts Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain and Raheem Sterling Invest in a Startup for Wearables

STATSports plans to take on wearable giants like to Fitbit, Garmin and Apple by securing investments from these premier league stars. Three Lions international star soccer players Alex Oxlade-Chambelain and Raheem Sterling...

Blue Label Makes an Investment in Mobii Systems

This investment will provide the developers in Mobii Systems with funding to work on ongoing as well as new products. This start up is based in Cape Town, South Africa and...

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