The Samsung Gear Fit2 Pro landed recently and Edwin Yapp took it out for a swim… literally. Here is what he found out.
Sales of wearable electronic devices will generate revenue of US$28.7 billion in 2016. Of that, US$11.5 billion will be from smartwatches.
Edwin Yapp tests out two leading fitness tracker brands in the market today, the Fitbit Charge HR and the Jawbone UP3 and discovers it would be useful for those who already have the motivation to get healthy.
Just how much growth can fitness tracking companies attain? Edwin Yapp speaks to various analyts to break down the challenges market leader Fibit Inc faces going forward.
Wearable technology has been getting a lot of publicity in the past year and one segment that has hogged the headlines in particular is fitness trackers. Edwin Yapp explores the market and speaks to one of the leading players, Fitbit.
Frost & Sullivan through its Tech Vision analysis identifies 50 disruptive technologies to help companies make sense of these technologies for their business. This column looks at how these emerging technologies can be used to combat that silent killer, diabetes.
In the last six months, over US$2.3 million worth of health fitness trackers have been snapped up in Singapore, according to market research firm GfK.
Singapore’s affluent population and well-developed Internet infrastructure have been playing a major role in driving consumers’ appetite for connected gadgets, according to market research firm GfK.