Wearable Tech

by Mos Khan ·Posted
It's officially that keynote time of year again and this Tuesday, September 12, Tim Cook and company kicked off the week with Apple's "Wonderlust" event from the company's headquarters in Cupertino, CA. While the keynote's main event was certainly unveiling the iPhone 15 family of devices, additional incremental updates for the Apple Watch and AirPods were announced, too. The company also took some time to run through some of the changes and quality-of-life updates in iOS 17 and watchOS 10. iPhone 15, now with USB-C! Keeping with its usual
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Despite my fairly extensive history reviewing and even developing wearable tech, I don’t think I’ve ever come across a device that elicited more of a “Thinking Face” emoji than the Wristcam. A dual-camera watch band that connects to and works with your Apple Watch? Hmmm. The premise alone had me intrigued. After all, it’s not hard to imagine the possible advantages of having a capable camera on your wrist. In my mind, I
by M. Brett Smith ·Posted
Shopping for mom has never been easy. After all, what do you get the woman who once put, “Some grandkids would be nice,” on her B&H Wish List? (Real subtle, Ma, thanks.) Luckily, B&H carries plenty of awesome alternatives, including great gift ideas from companies like Apple, Bose®, and DJI. Here are some of our top recommendations. Google Nest Mini According to the Internet, there’s an old couplet that goes: “Man may work from sun to sun / But woman’s work is never done.” According to my mom, that couplet was written about her. If
by John Harris ·Posted
I did a quick survey of the women in my life. As it turns out, most of them are somebody’s mother, and one of them is even my mother. I asked what gift they would like for Mother’s Day—items that B&H sells, anyway. Two of them mentioned items they didn’t realize B&H sold, like guitar picks and
by Eric Calvi ·Posted
With the introduction of Xperia Ear, Sony is affording us a glimpse into the future of communication. This in-ear, intelligent personal assistant lets you communicate with your smartphone via conversational voice interaction and simple head gestures. Stylish and discreet, the Xperia Ear offers a hands-free experience, allowing you to get the most out of your phone while keeping your eyes off the screen and enjoying the world around you.
by Josh Taylor ·Posted
Are you ready for a wearable, hands-off photo device that automatically tracks your journey through time and space? The Autographer, a creation of the Oxford Metrics Group (OMG) of the U.K., is essentially a wearable, 5-megapixel, ultra-compact, self-controlled camera with a wide-angle, semi-fisheye lens that you hang around your neck using the included clip-on lanyard, or slip into a shirt pocket using the hefty built-in spring-loaded clip. You turn it on and let it take pictures automatically without user intervention as you go about your