Wearable Technology

The Apple Watch is, as Apple will very happily tell you, the no.1 watch in the world. That’s pretty astonishing when you
Google isn't first to this but the combination of years of improvements to Google Translate and the fact the Pixel Buds will ship within two months is impressive. Two connected pucks in your ears could alter everything from ordering food on your next big trip to how people migrating to new countries interact once they arrive. In other words, it has more hero gadget potential than most.
The experience of using both at the same time has been interesting to say the least. On the one hand (well, wrist), there's Apple's third generation Watch, which has come on leaps and bounds since the first one and is finally starting to provide a more compelling argument that iPhone owners need one in their lives.
Many people won't know they have these conditions until it's too late.
While the iPhone X and iPhone 8 took all the glory at Apple’s Special Event on the 12 September, the company did announce
Apple has unveiled its first smart watch that can make calls, the Apple Watch Series 3. The Apple Watch Series 3 is the company’s
This year is set to be something special.
Apple is set to release not one but three new iPhones this year at its 12 September Event held, for the very first time, at