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Humanity has always been a pioneer, pushing the boundaries of current thinking and technology to improve how we live, how we produce our food, drive our cars or light our homes.
The Technology Lifestyle is here and here to stay, and whether you are heavily involved in technology design or simply enjoy using the products, it’s all a Technology Lifestyle choice.
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I got an Apple watch for my birthday recently so I'm probably still in the novelty stages, but it has definitely encouraged me to take more of an interest in my activity levels and motivates me with little...
I've upgraded my phone this year to the Samsung S9, it came with a free Gear Fit2 Pro, this is my first wearable tech. It seems to be mostly accurate and i like to have some information rather then none....
I've got a fitbit-like device that has become my watch as well. It is less obtrusive size/shape wise than an Apple watch, and automatically activates the OLED display when tilted to the right angle to...
I've got the old original Apple Watch, I don't know if I'm "engaged" with it but if I broke it then I'd buy another one. I don't think I'd buy a new one just because it is newer.
I had Pebble watches...
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