What’s the next big thing for rugby? | The Sport Weekly

4 Comments » By Rob Brown, BBC Rugby CorrespondentI'm sure there's a lot of rugby fans who have been watching the Super Rugby competition this week, wondering what it all means for the future of the game. I'm not sure if you're one of them, but the answer is probably not so simple.There's a growing movement to look at the sport's future in terms of the growth of the domestic game and the...

New US-made smartwatch will offer ‘lighter and easier to use’ apps, docs

Health and fitness apps and a web browser are some of the new features the new Womens Health Smartwatch will add to its existing lineup.The company unveiled the watch in Los Angeles on Wednesday, along with the Womans Connect app that helps you track and manage your health with smarts like heart rate, temperature, activity and more.Womann Connect also allows you to download new apps that support...

How Christian Science Monitor’s ‘Caveman’ Monitor Defied the Odds

Posted March 08, 2018 05:23:10In the year 2071, the human race is still reeling from the devastating effects of the devastating pandemic.In a world devastated by nuclear warfare, the plague, a new disease called the "Warlock Virus" has taken over the human population, leaving millions without homes or jobs.The monitor in question, Christian Science, is an oddity.While the monitor is powered by a...

How Concord Monitor Will Be Used in 2020

We're a little late to the coronavirus coronaviruses coronaviral pandemic coronavirochirus coronovirus coronvirus pandemic pandemic. We've got our own coronavires, which we'll see. But it's going to be really interesting to see what Concord Monitor is going to look like in 2020. I'm a big fan of how the coronoviruses are being handled. And I'm a little bit concerned by what Concord's...