Monthly Archives: October 2014

Wearable technology future ripe for millennials. #WearableTech

Wearable technology future ripe for millennials
just-style.com
The Wearable Future, a report by PwC, found that 53% of millennials and 54% of early adopters say they are excited about the future of wearable technology. Among the top three potential benefits are improved safety, healthier living, and simplicity and

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US film, theatre associations ban Google Glass, other wearable technology. #WearableTech

US film, theatre associations ban Google Glass, other wearable technology
Daily News & Analysis
The Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) and the National Association of Theatre Owners have banned wearable technology such as Google Glass. According to the Hollywood Reporter, moviegoers must turn off and put away any and all such …

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Wearable technology device unveiled by Lenovo. #WearableTech

Wearable technology device unveiled by Lenovo
Mobile Commerce Press
The company has now jumped into the wearables market with its own version of a smartband gadget. Lenovo has now joined the latest entrants into the wearable technology market, as it has now unveiled its through a quiet addition of the device to its

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Huawei has wearable technology for TNP Big walk participants. #WearableTech

Huawei has wearable technology for TNP Big walk participants
AsiaOne
Huawei's first piece of wearable technology, the TalkBand B1 is a hybrid "talk and track" wireless earpiece with a host of functions that will come in handy during your workouts. The device is a Bluetooth-enabled headset with a flexible display that

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The Future of Wearable Technology Sounds Kind of Awful. #WearableTech

The Future of Wearable Technology Sounds Kind of Awful
Nextgov
Many in the tech world have predicted that this will not be the year of wearable technology, but the year the hype dies down. In the summer, Gartner, a research firm, published an updated version of its “hype cycle” chart, placing wearables at the

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Wearable technology is the 2014 Christmas present. #WearableTech

Wearable technology is the 2014 Christmas present
London24
The Korean-based company has released multiple wearable technology devices in the last year, including the Galaxy Gear and Gear Fit, while rivals Apple will launch their first smartwatch in early 2015. The technology is increasingly being seen as …

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