Microsoft Band. Misfit Shine. Nike Fuelband… so many trackers, but Fitbit and Garmin dominate. Which is best? Check out our Fitbit vs Garmin fitness tracker comparison.
(This is a preview – click here to read the entire entry.)
Avalanche Studios and Square Enix have announced the finalists in the Just Cause 3 launch trailer contest, featuring raps, live-action stunts, and surprisingly impressive VFX shots.
The post The winner of Square Enix’s Just Cause 3 trailer competition will get a private island appeared first on Digital Trends.
The company’s hi-tech TV viewing system is a necessary riposte to burgeoning rivals in a complex multiscreen world
When Sky launched its pay-TV platform in the UK, it was the outsider in the broadcast industry. But now it is part of the media establishment, and last week’s launch of its new set-top box was the first move in its fight against a new breed of rivals. Sky Q is its response to the gauntlet Apple threw down in September. Launching a revamped version of the company’s Apple TV set-top box, Apple chief executive Tim Cook proclaimed: “The future of TV is apps.”
But Sky’s forthcoming “Q” service is aimed at a very different future from the one targeted by Apple, Google, Amazon and Roku. Those services all have streaming set-top boxes that would make broadcast TV channels just another app icon to pick.
No one hurt in Manhattan incident that saw man, who police said appeared to be emotionally disturbed, taken into custody
A man swinging a samurai sword at an Apple store terrified shoppers on Friday.
The man walked into the Manhattan store and began waving the sword, authorities said. A video posted online showed him swinging the sword as he walked down a staircase.