Finally, A Decent Pair Of Largemouth Bass Sandals

These are a pair of largemouth bass slippers/sandals. You can buy a pair on Amazon for $16 - $23 depending on your size (unfortunately I'm a size 40 so they don't even make fish sandals in my size -- or novelty socks). They're perfect for the fun-loving fisherman in your life. Or anybody who hates to leave their talking Big Mouth Billy Bass at home. Unfortunately, these don't flap their tails or sing. That's a shame. I hate it when products don't live up to your personal expectations. [Read Entire Story]

Smart tattoos turn your skin into a health tracker

There's a common problem with health-tracking devices like smartwatches: they're not really attached to you, which leaves you relying on a short-lived battery and a wireless connection. Even a self-powered patch has its limits. That's where Harvard... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Apple Watch Series 3 review: A good watch, a so-so phone replacement

With each generation, the Apple Watch's purpose has seemed to shift. The first one demonstrated what Apple thought a wearable should be, and the second tried to be the perfect workout companion. When it came time to build the Series 3, though, Apple... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Verizon gives up on its Android Wear watch after 4 months

Did you rush out to buy Verizon's Wear24 smartwatch? No? You're far from alone, apparently. Verizon has quietly discontinued the Android Wear 2.0 device a little over 4 months after its mid-May debut. The carrier isn't explaining the decision oth... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Apple Watch Series 3 first look: So far, no LTE problems

The Apple Watch Series 3 started shipping today, and our definitive review is still in the works. In the meantime, we wanted to give you a taste of what life is like with the company's first LTE-connected watch, so when we got it in for review, we sa... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Apple’s fitness-focused watchOS 4 is available for download

As you might have guessed, iOS 11 isn't the only treat Apple has in store for its mobile device owners. The tech giant has also released watchOS 4, a major update to the Apple Watch that focuses on the health-conscious crowd. It includes many more wo... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Red Sox reportedly cheated with a Fitbit, not an Apple Watch

Reports that the Boston Red Sox cheated in games with an Apple Watch may have been slightly off the mark. A source speaking to Boston Globe baseball writer Nick Cafardo claims that the team used a Fitbit device, not Apple's smartwatch. It's not certa... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

T-Mobile confirms the new Apple Watch will get LTE speeds

The Apple Watch Series 3 comes with built-in LTE, but as MacRumors pointed out, T-Mobile's add-on $10 wearable plan limits devices to 512kb/s connections. Tonight T-Mobile CEO John Legere announced its plan for the Watch will include unlimited 4G LTE... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Meet Rembrandt in this Samsung Gear VR experience

The best thing about VR experiences is that they can take you to fantastical places -- or meet people you'll never get to meet in real life, like Dutch master Rembrandt. Oculus has teamed up with virtual reality studio Force Field for a Samsung Gear... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Oh You Know, Just Two Robots Debating The Future Of Humanity

This is an eighteen minute video of two robotic heads and torsos debating the future of humanity. I'd be lying if I told you I watched the whole thing (it's eighteen minutes long and I have the attention span of a moth), but I'm pretty sure I got the gist of the debate. And that gist was that the new iPhone X will lose the home button (replaced with a swipe at the bottom of its full-front screen), have a facial recognition unlock feature and facial expression controlled emojis, dual vertically [Read Entire Story]

Apple Watch Series 3

It doesn't look any different than Series 1 or 2. It's what's inside Apple Watch Series 3 that makes all the difference. That starts with a cellular connection, which allows...Visit Uncrate for the full post. SOURCE: Uncrate - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Crunch Report | Everything Apple 2017

Apple releases the new iPhone X and iPhone 8, the latest version of the Apple Watch (Series 3) and Apple TV 4K. All this on Crunch Report. Read More SOURCE: TechCrunch - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Apple Watch Series 3 hands-on: The war for your wrist goes wireless

You didn't think this show was just about iPhones, did you? Apple also pulled back the curtain on its 3rd-generation Apple Watch, which is... well, exactly what we expected. The physical differences between this thing and earlier models aren't much t... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Watch the iPhone 8 event in 13 minutes

As expected, today's event at Apple's new Steve Jobs Theater was jam-packed. Three brand-new iPhone models, a new Apple Watch and 4K Apple TV were the news of the day, and the whole event was nearly two hours long. Don't have that much time to watch... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Samsung’s Gear watches will help with senior care and employee safety

Samsung is taking on the world of work via three new integrations with its Gear smartwatches. SoloProtect uses the Samsung Gear S3 to keep tabs on people who work alone, like real estate agents and home healthcare workers, while Reemo integrates with... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

iOS 11 leak reveals the LTE-enabled Apple Watch

A copy of iOS 11 in its final development stage has leaked online, and 9to5mac has dissected the software to reveal the secrets we're bound to hear during Apple's upcoming event. One of the publication's most notable discoveries is an image of what s... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Fitbit’s Ionic smartwatch will help diabetics track glucose levels

Fitbit is pairing up with Dexcom, a company that creates continuous glucose monitoring (CGM) devices for people with diabetes. In an announcement today, the companies say that their first initiative is to bring Dexcom's monitoring device data to Fitb... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Sports brands are giving wearables another shot at success

Wearables are only as good as the apps they're compatible with. And companies making health-focused products, like smartwatches, fitness bands and even hybrids of these two, are starting to realize that. But in order to have applications that lure pe... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Red Sox reportedly used Apple Watch to steal Yankees’ signals

The Cardinals aren't the only Major League Baseball team accused of using technological cheats. According to the New York Times, the league has determined that the Boston Red Sox cheated in numerous games against the New York Yankees (who filed a com... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

The Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal pitching signs

The Boston Red Sox used an Apple Watch to steal pitching signs during baseball games, including against the New York Yankees, according to The New York Times. An investigation conducted by Major League Baseball determined that a member of the Red Sox training staff used the smartwatch to receive information that helped the team’s players decipher hand signals used by the opposing team’s catcher, who is in charge of making (and signaling) the pitch selections for the pitcher. The MLB [Read Entire Story]

Fitness wearables will live or die by their apps

This week at IFA, some of the biggest players in wearables launched their latest smartwatches. From Fitbit's debut Ionic to Samsung's Gear Sport, these fitness-focused watches also run the companies' own proprietary platforms, each offering their own... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]

Samsung’s ‘AI-powered’ washer is just trying to save you time

IFA 2017 isn't all about smartphones, smartwatches and cute droids. The event is also a chance for companies to showcase their latest innovations for home appliances. Samsung did its part this year with the WW8800M washer, which sports technology cal... SOURCE: Engadget RSS Feed - Read entire story here. [Read Entire Story]