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Best Bluetooth headphones for your smartwatch

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Best Bluetooth headphones for your smartwatch

With the rise of the Apple Watch and Android Wear smartwatches you can now carry your tunes on your wrist, but you’ll need a spiffing pair of wireless headphones to listen to them.

As smartwatches become less tethered to your smartphone, pairing them up with headphones makes more and more sense. The Apple Watch can already play music, track your exercise and even pay for things in your local store, so untethering is becoming more and more common. What’s more, going wireless is greta with your smartphone too.

We’ve rounded up the best Bluetooth headphones on the market to suit all budgets, so check out these wireless streaming beauties.
 

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Best games for Apple Watch

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Best Games for Apple Watch

You’ve set your watch face, downloaded the best Apple Watch apps and even uploaded music to your wrist. Now it’s time to have a bit of fun with the Apple Watch and load up some time-killing games.

 

A smartwatch might not be the first platform you think of when you consider casual gaming, but thanks to a whole host of sensors, touch screen and flick-of-the-wrist accessibility, the Apple Watch actually makes for an interesting platform – as long as you don’t expect to be playing the next Call of Duty on your wrist.

 

Whether you’re waiting in the queue to pay for your McDonalds using Apple Pay, or catching a breather after that strenuous workout, here is our roundup of the best games for Apple Watch that you can play right now.

 

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Best Moto 360 Watch Straps

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Moto 360 Watch Straps

If you’ve just picked yourself up one of Motorola’s second gen Moto 360 smartwatches, it’s essential to add a top-looking strap to make it your own.

 

The problem with most smartwatches is that while looks are improving all the time, the straps are often an afterthought. This was the case with the original Moto 360, which came with a rather lacklustre leather band.

 

Motorola has since upped its game with the Moto 360 2, which not only is available in three different sizes – 42mm and 46mm ‘mens’ options and a 42mm ‘womens’ female – but also now features stylish lugs either side of the circular body to easily attach one of the best Moto 360 watch straps.

 

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An Interview with Eric Migicovsky – Pebble CEO

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0x600Eric Migicovsky is the 27yr old CEO of Pebble Smartwatches, and a Systems Design Engineering graduate from the University of Waterloo. Despite what you may think however, he’s not new to smartwatches. It was in Holland  in 2008 whilst cycling through Delft – where he was studying industrial and mobile product design- that he came up with his idea of a smartphone-connected watch to display notifications and allow control over the smartphone.


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Lots of Stuff.tv

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I’ve been away from TechNow and in the real world this week, enjoying the fantastic company of the ladies and gents over at Haymarket for Stuff.TV (Stuff Magazine’s online arm).   I’ve been rather productive and would love for you to take a click or two.

 

Hopefully there’ll be more from me, with them, soon. For now, here’s a run-down of the news and features I’ve worked on…

 

Microsoft Surface 2 vs Apple iPad Air: The big fight

 

Amazon Kindle Fire HDX 7 vs Google Nexus 7 (2013): The weigh-in

 

Pure aims to crack America with Connect music streaming service

 

Nokia No More? Microsoft could drop the Nokia name, says Stephen Elop

 

HTC plans a “disruptive” tablet and an Android smartwatch

 

Stuff’s Lucy Hedges ponders the latest tech with BBC Radio 6 Music

 

Lamborghini’s Veneno Roadster costs £2.8m and doesn’t have a roof

 

More Coming Soon!

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Wearable tech – Which will you be wearing?

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wearable-technologyUnless you’ve somehow created a technological void or have stumbled upon this site through some kind of clicking frenzy, You’ll know it’s been a fascinating few years for portable technology.  There’s an extremely high likelihood you could be reading this on a smartphone or tablet right now and as these all-in-one devices fulfil the gadget gaps in our day to day lives considerably well you’d never have thought there would be a need to be any more personally connected than you already are.


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Pebble Smartwatch Review

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IMG_3571 copyAfter it’s record breaking $10M of funding on Kickstarter, it was evident that Pebble was coming in at just the right time to be relevant.  I knew I wanted a smartwatch the minute I started reading through the list of functions and the fact that it was made by like minded people that knew their product, their market and wanted to have a fully transparent process from start to finish. Yes, there are the likes of the Sony’s smart watches, but because they insist on going for glitzy colour screens, the battery-life is next to useless and they’ve put in nowhere near as much thought when it comes to designing a ‘life-proof’ watch.


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