Fitbit has a trio of new devices, each one aimed at providing you with varying levels of health information and insight. In some cases, that means new types of information we haven’t seen in a wearable as of yet. Take the new Fitbit Sense, which has a dedicated EDA (that stands for “electrodermal activity”) app that measures your body’s reaction to stress. Something we think we can all use and
Rivian is going to test its claim that its R1T electric pickup is adventure-capable in the Rebelle Rally next month.
Ever since coming out of stealth mode with their electric vehicles, Rivian made it clear that they are targeting people who get the most out of their trucks: People who like to go on adventures.
They specifically call their R1T pickup and R1S SUV “electric adventure vehicles.”
Rivian already tested
(Pocket-lint) – For those of us living on more mortal planes, an internet speed anywhere over around 50MB/s can feel seriously nice – you don’t have to worry about pages loading slowly, and you can handily power most streaming services at high resolutions.
As it turns out, though, we’re all playing with baby toys compared to what researchers are achieving in labs. A team at University College London (UCL)