"WEARABLE TECH" content on TweakTown - Page 1
We found 12 items for the tag: WEARABLE TECH
Take Alexa wherever you want with Amazon's 'Echo Loop' smart-ring
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them, One Ring to bring them all, and in the darkness bind them.
Samsung develops bendable battery strip for smartwatches
Samsung's new flexible batteries aim to dramatically improve smartwatch battery life while paving the way to new wearable tech.
Wearables spending increasing, but privacy, security concerns linger
More consumers are interested in health and fitness wearables, but problems remain.
Gartner: Strong growth in wearables in 2015, up 38% from 2014
Gartner expects the wearables market to boom in 2015, rising 38 percent year-over-year.
Wearables helping casual consumers embrace more active lifestyles
Wearable devices helping casual consumers collect and track better fitness data.
Intel and Oakley team up for next-generation smart wearables
Intel pushes ahead in the wearables market, announcing a strategic partnership with Oakley.
Wearables market appealing to manufacturers, consumers uncertain
The wearables market will continue to advance in 2015, as manufacturers look to create functioning, yet more visually appealing products.
Next big thing in wearables market could be 'hearable' technology
The rise of "hearable" devices could help move the wearables market even more in 2015.
Intel learning from past mistakes, heavily promoting wearables
Intel has struggled to catch back up in the smartphone and tablet markets... learning from its mistakes, the company is heavily promoting wearables.
US consumers embracing wearable tech, while Europeans shrug
The sky is the limit for wearable technology, though it appears European interest is cooling as US interest is just getting started.
Wearable tech shipments to increase over 100 percent in 2014
Health applications are strongly driving the growth in wearable technology, according to a report.
Freescale introduces MCU that is smaller than a golfball dimple
Freescale preps a ARM based MCU that's smaller than a golf ball dimple, perfect for applications from wearable tech to pills for patience's diagnosis.