At the first attack turn left
The American GPS and fitness-tracker company Garmin is dealing with the aftermath of a ransomware attack with owners of its products had been unable to use its services since Thursday.
One in five Americans interested
The number of Americans who are remotely interested in owning wearable technology devices – like watches, glasses and fitness tracking bracelets is growing slower than many early predictions claimed.
IDC confirms what we have been saying for years
The Tame Apple Press’s efforts at plugging the iWatch for a couple of years have been next to near useless. According to the latest figures no one really wants one.
Sanity starting to be restored
After dragging up the smart watch industry thanks to its legions of fanboys who will buy any old rubbish provided it has an Apply logo, Jobs’ Mob is causing it all to crash again.
Life after navigation
Garmin is proving that there is life after the nagivation industry by making a bob or two out of wearables, but the outfit has worked that it is not just about flogging the gizmo and hoping. Instead you have to build a community interested in supporting that wearable.
Unimpressive sales results
Could drive you off a cliff