Forget the Apple Watch — There’s a New Smart Bracelet in Town
Are you still talking about the Apple Watch!? The jury is still out on the success of the gadget (someone forgot to put us on the pre-list), but we know for certain that the integration of technology into our everyday lives is not only at this point inevitable, but essential to a modern life. Whether it’s keeping your child’s nightmares at bay or being able to plug your phone into your lamp, technology rocks. But sometimes, it’s not as pretty or as sleek as we’d like. Tyia, the latest wearable piece of technology, however, is as discreet and fashionable as they come.
The purpose of wearable pieces of technology run the gamut, but Tyia’s is simple: Get the alerts you need, when you need them. Want to enjoy a night out with friends without having to look at your phone to make sure the babysitter is okay? Just program Tyia to alert for her number only.
Planning a day with your grandmother but don’t want to be disturbed by work? Take the guesswork out of who is calling or texting you by programming Tyia to your personalized settings.
The bracelet comes in several colors, including a limited edition diamond-encrusted Walt Adler design. While it’s expected to ship sometime this year, don’t miss your chance to get one and find out more info here.
Would you sport a piece of wearable tech? Let us know in the comments!
We all have a million dollar business idea (or 2...or 3…) that we think *someone* should do. Why not you? Part of the motivation for Brit + Co's new interactive business course Selfmade is to help women develop their business idea into an actual living/breathing/thriving business. But it's also a way to figure out what that idea is. Maybe you have a few ideas, or need to refine a really good one, or maybe you have something with potential but just need to brush up on the business side of things. Well you're in luck. Thanks to Office Depot, we're here to share a quick recap on how we're helping our students figure out how to pick an idea and run with it. Feeling a little Selfmade fomo? Check out these tips for knowing if your idea is fully baked.