Garmin Fenix 3 Review: For When You Need To Look Good Tracking Your Activity

This is common and one of the chief concerns Garmin is addressing with the Fenix 3. It looks and works like a normal watch. Just don’t call it a smartwatch. It sports some basic smartwatch functionality, but it’s mainly a glorified activity tracker. And I like it. After two weeks,

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Garmin Fenix 3 Review: For When You Need To Look Good Tracking Your Activity

This is common and one of the chief concerns Garmin is addressing with the Fenix 3. It looks and works like a normal watch. Just don’t call it a smartwatch. It sports some basic smartwatch functionality, but it’s mainly a glorified activity tracker. And I like it. After two weeks,

Garmin’s Fenix 3 Sports Watch Just Might Look Good With A Suit

Garmin’s Fenix line is dark, brooding, and, in a way, beautiful. Their latest watch, the Fenix 3, joins that rebellious lineage with three new styles including a “Sapphire” model with real sapphire crystal face.

Garmin Fenix 2 Watch Review: Jack of All Trades, Master of Many

The Fenix 2 is the watch Garmin has made to appeal to active people who might end up doing...well, just about anything outdoors. It's not just for runners, just for swimmers, just for snowboarders, or just for hikers,

Garmin Fenix 3 Watch Review: The Smartwatch For Outdoor Athletes

I run, bike, swim, surf, snowboard, paddle, hunt and ride motorcycles. Not only is the Garmin Fenix 3 the first smartwatch capable of keeping up throughout all those activities, but it’s also the first to genuinely help me become better at them. Read more...

The Garmin Fenix 2 Brings The Running Watch Into A Dystopian Future

You’re in a desert, walking along in the sand, when all of a sudden you look down and see a tortoise. It’s crawling toward you… how do you train yourself to outrun it? I like to think you’d probably want a Fenix 2 from Garmin. I’ve used Garmin running watches since their first,

Garmin Epix Review: Can A Smartwatch Work As A Touchscreen Navigator?

A touchscreen GPS navigator that works in the wilderness and that you can wear on your wrist? That’s a neat idea, but not one that Garmin’s been able to realize with this new Epix. Allow me to explain. Read more...

Garmin’s Vivofit Has Some Neat Features, But How Does It Compare To Other Wearables?

Garmin had the world by the tail. With their amazing in-car GPS devices and great sports watches, it looked like things could only go up. Until every phone on the market got a GPS chip and Google mapped the world. Now,

Microsoft Band 2 Review: Ugly, Uncomfortable, But Great for Workouts

Fitness wearables really only exist for one reason: To collect information about your health in order to coach and encourage you into being a better version of you. Even though the Band 2 sucks at being actually wearable,

How To Climb Mt. Whitney

As the highest point in the contiguous United States, Mt. Whitney stands at 14,505 feet tall. Easy accessibility makes it a prime destination for hikers and climbers from around the world. We’ve hiked it, mountaineered it and rock climbed it, and here’s how you can do any of that too. Read more.

VPN protocol WireGuard now has an official macOS app

WireGuard could be the most promising VPN protocol in years. It lets you establish a connection with a VPN server that is supposed to be faster, more secure and more flexible at the same time. The developers launched a brand new app in the Mac App Store today. WireGuard isn’t a VPN service,

YouTube under fire for recommending videos of kids with inappropriate comments

More than a year on from a child safety content moderation scandal on YouTube and it takes just a few clicks for the platform’s recommendation algorithms to redirect a search for “bikini haul” videos of adult women towards clips of scantily clad minors engaged in body contorting gymnastics or taking an icebath or ice lolly sucking […]

Apple could be looking for its next big revenue model

Apple has always been an evolving company. While it never really invented any product categories, it always seemed to make those product categories work better and smarter. It also found a way to make us want them, even when they were more expensive. Today, the WSJ reports,

Daily Crunch: Stop repeating this privacy lie

The Daily Crunch is TechCrunch’s roundup of our biggest and most important stories. If you’d like to get this delivered to your inbox every day at around 9am Pacific, you can subscribe here. 1. Stop saying,

Netflix cancels ‘Jessica Jones’ and ‘The Punisher,’ its last Marvel shows

Netflix is no longer in the Marvel superhero business, with the cancellation of “Jessica Jones” and “The Punisher.” The writing has been on the wall since last fall, when the streaming service canceled its other three Marvel shows — “Iron Fist,” “Luke Cage” and “Daredevil.” Plus,

Amazon aims to make half of its shipments carbon neutral by 2030

Perhaps hoping to distract from Greenpeace’s latest report on its “dirty cloud, Amazon this morning announced a new environmental commitment, focused on reducing its carbon footprint. The company says it aims to reach 50 percent of all Amazon shipments with net zero carbon by 2030.

Apple could release a 16-inch MacBook Pro and a a 31-inch 6K display

Apple analyst Ming-Chi Kuo is quite reliable when it comes to Apple’s roadmap. And he shared a ton of information over the weekend in a new report obtained by 9to5mac. In 2019, you can expect a bigger MacBook Pro, a new display and upgrades to iPhones, iPads and AirPods. Let’s start with the Mac.

Oculus CTO John Carmack Says Gear VR Gets A Full Launch With Samsung’s Next Cycle

Samsung and Oculus have been treating Gear VR and the Oculus Rift in a similar manner, meaning both pieces of hardware are clearly labeled as developer or enthusiast devices, and not meant for the general public. Oculus CTO John Carmack said Gear VR will get a proper,

Liveblog: Xbox Head Phil Spencer Talks About The Future Of Gaming On Windows And Xbox

Xbox head Phil Spencer is at GDC today to give a talk on the future of gaming and game development on the Windows and Xbox platforms. Read More

Google’s Cloud Pub/Sub Real-Time Messaging Service Is Now In Public Beta

Google is launching the first public beta of Cloud Pub/Sub today, its backend messaging service that makes it easier for developers to pass messages between machines and to gather data from smart devices.

奔跑的椅子

来自伦敦的创意家具设计工作室Studio801在2009年的一件作品,名为《Muybridge》,利用透明材质制作椅子腿,看起来像是椅子在奔跑,这么一前一后摆放很有喜感。官方网站:http://sinaurl.cn/hir98H

You Could Be A Character In Game Of Thrones

The only thing better than Game of Thrones, that I can imagine at least, is being in Game of Thrones. And now, for those with pockets full of cash, the dream can actually become a reality. Using Prizeo, Game of Thrones author George R.R.

车品觉:如何让数据在产品中“说话”

上个月,我乘坐晚上七点的飞机从杭州到北京,结果七点整的时候,“飞常准”告诉我航班延误了,一个小时后,它再次告诉 […]

French theme park will use 50 drones for a nighttime spectacle

Drones: For surveillance, for holiday gifts and now, for theme-park entertainment.France's second-biggest theme park, Puy du Fou, is enlisting 50 drones to keep guests entertained by incorporating them into its Cinéscénie nighttime show.See also:

让旗舰们也倍感压力的 Samsung Galaxy A7 动手玩

Samsung 今天在台湾展出了月中即将要上市的 Galaxy A7,虽说身为自家中端价位机型,但无论是该公司最薄的 6.3mm 厚度、A 系列都具备的全金属机身,还有 4G + 2G 双卡双待的机能,都是能让手握旗舰机朋友羡慕的主打特点 -- NT$15,

观点:Under Armour 或成为互联健康市场的最终赢家

编者按 :斯科特·斯奈德(Scott Snyder)是 Mobiquity的总裁兼首席战略官。 3 月:对阵表出炉,全明星球员和球队各就各位,决定谁是联盟最佳的比赛打响。(译注:因为 NCAA 锦标赛大部分比赛在 3 月进行,故称“疯狂三月”。

90后移动创业者的本来面目

当下,90后互联网创业者这么受关注,他们的真实面目如何?36氪不久前和中国最大的移动分发平台百度手机助手,联合对90后移动互联网创业者进行了线上调研,1个月内回收了600多份调查问卷。

预计今年中国手机用户将达到10亿

亚太地区互联网访问率差异很大,例如,中国、印度和印度尼西亚城市人口互联网访问水平很高,但是农村地区基层设施薄弱。虽然有诸多限制,2015年亚太地区互联网访问预计将增长8.2%,一直到2019年都将保持7%左右的增速。

“伤害传统中国人的爱国心”:政协常委唐英年称批评李嘉诚言论“不公道”

虎嗅注:新华社瞭望智库刊不久前发表题为《别让李嘉诚跑了》的文章,将李嘉诚推到了风口浪尖。在经历20多天的沉默后,近日李嘉诚首度开腔,针对四个质疑做出回应。

途牛启动年终大促 打造双旦春节出游狂欢

北京和上海2015年12月11日电 /美通社/ -- “双十一”购物狂欢节刚刚落下帷幕,圣诞、元旦、春节接踵而来,在线旅游企业不甘寂寞,发起的年终促销活动已热闹登场。12月8日,途牛正式启动年终大促预热。

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