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IDC: Apple led wearables market in 2018, with 46.2M of the total 172.2M devices shipped

By | apple inc, Gadgets, Samsung, smart assistant, smartphones, smartwatch, wearable devices, Wearables, wireless headphones

Apple devices continue to lead the wearables market, according to a new report from IDC out today, which claimed the Cupertino-based company shipped a total of 46.2 million wearables for the year. The firm also reported the worldwide market for wearable devices grew 31.4 percent during the fourth quarter of 2018, to reach 59.3 million […]

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Samsung is preparing to launch a sports smartwatch and AirPods-like earbuds

By | AirPods, computing, Gadgets, galaxy, Samsung, samsung galaxy, smartwatch, TC, Technology, ubiquitous computing, wearable devices, wearable technology, wireless earbuds

Samsung’s newest product launch happens next week, but already the Korean tech giant has revealed its entire upcoming range of wearable devices that will seemingly be unveiled alongside the Galaxy S10. That’s because the company’s Galaxy Wearable’s app was uploaded today with support for a range of unreleased products, which include wireless earbuds, a sports-focused smartwatch and […]

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Miku watches your baby (and your baby’s heartbeat) while you relax

By | ambient intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, baby monitor, ceo, CES 2019, computing, department of defense, Gadgets, Internet of Things, L3, Machine Learning Technology, real-time, smartphones, TC, Technology, wearable devices, wi-fi

Using technology that sounds like it comes straight out of Predator, Miku is a new baby monitor that watches and senses your baby’s vitals in real time. The system not only broadcasts a secure feed of your baby’s sleep time but it also analyzes the heart rate and breathing without wearables. The system uses military […]

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Miku watches your baby (and your baby’s heartbeat) while you relax

By | ambient intelligence, Artificial Intelligence, baby monitor, ceo, CES 2019, computing, department of defense, Gadgets, Internet of Things, L3, Machine Learning Technology, real-time, smartphones, TC, Technology, wearable devices, wi-fi

Using technology that sounds like it comes straight out of Predator, Miku is a new baby monitor that watches and senses your baby’s vitals in real time. The system not only broadcasts a secure feed of your baby’s sleep time but it also analyzes the heart rate and breathing without wearables. The system uses military […]

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FCC greenlights Soli, Google’s radar-based gesture tech

By | computing, FCC, Gadgets, Google, Hardware, smartphone, smartphones, smartwatch, Speaker, Technology, touchscreen, wearable devices, world wide web

Google has won U.S. regulatory approval to go ahead with a radar-based motion sensor that could make touchscreens look obsolete in the coming years. Known as the Soli Project, the initiative began in 2015 inside Google’s Advanced Technology and Projects unit, a group responsible for turning the giant’s cutting-edge ideas into products. We’ve seen a […]

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Mobvoi launches new $200 smartwatch and $130 AirPods alternative

By | Android, Apple, Artificial Intelligence, Asia, Assistant, China, computing, Gadgets, Google, indiegogo, Kickstarter, mobvoi, Qualcomm, smartwatches, TC, voice assistant, wearable devices

Chinese AI company Mobvoi has consistently been one of the best also-rans in the smartwatch game, which remains dominated by Apple. Today, it launched a sequel to its 2016 TicWatch, which was a viral hit raising over $2 million on Kickstarter, and it unveiled a cheaper take on Apple’s AirPods. The new TicWatch C2 was outed at a […]

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Casio adds modern tech to the classic G-Shock watch

By | Bluetooth, Casio, Clothing, g-shock, Gadgets, smartphone, smartwatches, Technology, watch, wearable devices

Casio released the first G-Shock watch in 1983. The original set the bar for tough watches with incredible shock resistance to protect the quartz module. It’s a classic and still available for purchase in several forms in 2018. Recently, Casio released an all-metal version of the watch that features the iconic design but with modern […]

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Spire Health Tags are now on Apple’s shelves

By | ambient intelligence, Apple, apple store, california, fitbit, Gadgets, Hardware, Health, iOS, Software, spire, Startups, TC, ubiquitous computing, wearable devices, Wearables

Spire’s Health Tags, the dark and tiny devices you stick on your clothes to gather all sorts of health data from your steps, heartbeat and stress levels is now available at your local Apple Store. The company started out with a breath tracking device to detect when you are feeling tense and help calm you down. […]

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The Pansar Augmented watch hides it smarts behind an analog face

By | computing, CRM, Gadgets, instagram, smartwatch, TC, ubiquitous computing, watch, wearable devices

The Pansar Augmented is a Swedish smart watch that looks like a standard three-handed wristwatch. However, with the tap of a button, you can view multiple data points including weather, notifications, and even sales data from your CRM. Pansar is a Swedish watch company that uses Swiss movements and hand assembled components to add a […]

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Fossil announces new update to Android Wear watches with HR tracking, GPS

By | Android, Apple Watch, computing, fossil, Gadgets, Google, gps, huawei watch, Qualcomm, smartwatches, TC, Technology, ubiquitous computing, watches, wear os, wearable devices

Fossil’s Q watch line is an interesting foray by a traditional fashion watchmaker into the wearable world. Their latest additions to the line, the Fossil Q Venture HR and Fossil Q Explorist HR, add a great deal of Android Wear functionality to a watch that is reminiscent of Fossil’s earlier, simpler watches. In other words, […]

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