The high-pressure sport of professional cycling is increasingly reliant on technology and innovation, but the relationship between racing and data in the sport is, in many ways, a nascent partnership.
Amazon has doubled the total selection of branded Dash buttons available to UK members of its Prime subscription service, to more than 100, just over a year after launching the push-button wi-fi gizmos, which let people reorder a specific product via its ecommerce marketplace just by pushing the button.
In our day, we can’t quite see anything wrong with monopoly. We’re certain that our tech giants achieved their dominance fairly and squarely through the free market, by dint of technical genius.
The Gator watch, which retails in the UK for roughly £100, is marketed as a way for parents to stay in close contact with their children and track their location.