The popular "WhatsApp" mobile messaging platform was singled out this month by AdaptiveMobile.com, for an increase in spam messages.
When you think about it, people who wear sunglasses are an adventurous bunch. Mountain bikers, snowboarders, rock climbers, marathon runners…
It seems that sunglasses are linked to a number of amazing technological innovations lately. Well, here's another that I want to share with you.
Unlike some of the sunglasses technologies I have written about recently, this could be classed as low-tech rather than hi-tech. However, the idea behind what I'm going to share with you is extremely useful.
I was listening to a fashion expert on the radio recently. He made a great point, when setting a question for the show's listeners.
The past few years has seen a surge in the production of technology-loaded eye ware. Google Glass is maybe the best known, but a number of other companies have invested in the technology.
As regular readers will know, we love to bring you new ideas and innovations here on the CTS Wholesale Sunglasses blog. Today, I'd like to share a new sunglasses technology with you, which claims to solve a very common problem.
Sony is not necessarily a brand you would associate with sunglasses, yet a recent announcement from the Japanese giant suggest that's all about to change.
According to a report published today by Research and Markets, sales of sunglasses are expected to grow by almost 6%! Whilst this may seem like it's only good news for those who sell sunglasses, there's some wonderful news behind the data.
Movie stars, rock stars, models and celebrities love to wear sunglasses. No matter how good they already look, some of the most attractive people on the planet believe they look better when they're wearing shades.