Monthly Archives: May 2014

Wearable Technology and the Future. #WearableTech

Wearable Technology and the Future
Mobile Commerce Press
While these devices are not widely available yet, they are often the subject of attention when it comes to matters concerning wearable technology. AR glasses can be used to, quite literally, change the way people see the world around them. Augmented

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Hack turns Amazon Kindle into a thermometer. #ePaper

Hack turns Amazon Kindle into a thermometer
Liliputing
Amazon's Kindle eReaders are designed to let you read eBooks for days on end thanks to a low-power processor and high-contrast E Ink display. But like many consumer electronics devices, the Kindle is basically a single-purpose computer…

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Onyx BOOX T68 Lynx #eReader Available Soon. #ePaper

Onyx BOOX T68 Lynx e-Reader Available Soon
Good E-Reader (blog)
Onyx has confirmed that their new T68 Lynx e-reader will be arriving at their warehouse within the next week and will be fulfilling outstanding orders to customers. New orders will be available via the Onyx Europe website and also on Amazon. The Lynx e

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Intel Inside Our Closets. #ePaper

Intel Inside Our Closets
ReadWrite
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich shows Recode editor Walt Mossberg a heart-rate app linked to a shirt with wearable technology inside. Intel is developing a new technology called Gossamer, a combination of hardware and software that's especially good at …

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Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology. #WearableTech

Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology
Drapers
Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology. 30 May 2014 | By Jill Geoghegan. Accessories designer Lulu Guinness has teamed up with wearable camera brand Autographer to create a limited edition bag that takes photos while consumers wear it.

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New Google Glass To Use #OLED Micro Displays (Rumor) #OLED

New Google Glass To Use OLED Micro Displays (Rumor)
Geeky gadgets
The new Google Glass is said to use OLED micro displays from a company called MicroOLED, that produces small OLED displays with a high resolution. Google recently opened up their Google Glass Explorer program and made the device available to …

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Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology. #WearableTech

Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology
Drapers
Lulu Guinness ventures into wearable technology. 30 May 2014 | By Jill Geoghegan. Accessories designer Lulu Guinness has teamed up with wearable camera brand Autographer to create a limited edition bag that takes photos while consumers wear it.

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Wearable Technology: The Convergence of Fashion and Technology. #WearableTech

Wearable Technology: The Convergence of Fashion and Technology
M2M World News (press release)
With the M2M technology rapidly evolving and wearable electronics is taking their significant place in this process, the convergence of wearable technology and consumer electronics is inevitable. Wearables has greatly influenced consumer electronics …

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22 Priceless #eReader Photos That Will Make You Want to Go Read NOW. #ePaper

22 Priceless E-Reader Photos That Will Make You Want to Go Read NOW
Bustle
It's much easier to bring along a slim electronic reader than to lug around a hefty stack of books in your carry-on, travel tote, or beach bag — and that's not even mentioning your suitcase for that lengthy, much-needed vacation. Major space-saver

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Intel wants to sell its chips for ‘eyes, ears, wrists and torso’ #ePaper

Intel wants to sell its chips for 'eyes, ears, wrists and torso'
Portland Business Journal
The T-shirt, however, is part of its new emphasis on wearable technology, where Google Glass and fitness products like Fitbit are battling for consumers' bodies (and wallets). Intel employs more than 17,000 workers in Hillsboro. Krzanich emphasized

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