• Many vendors are working on wearable devices, and analysts predict a sales boom on the horizon.

    Wearable devices have been getting a lot of attention lately, and many vendors -- including some big names, such as Google -- are throwing their hats into the wearable computing ring.While it was known a major revamp to Android Wear — version 2.0 — will debut early 2017, it was unclear whether Google would release its own hardware alongside it like it did with the Google Pixel. The official answer is not cut and dry, but the search giant confirmed it will launch two new smartwatches.

    2017-06-21 25

  • Google confirms two Android Wear smartwatches will launch in early 2017

    While it was known a major revamp to Android Wear — version 2.0 — will debut early 2017, it was unclear whether Google would release its own hardware alongside it like it did with the Google Pixel. The official answer is not cut and dry, but the search giant confirmed it will launch two new smartwatches.

    2017-05-10 13

  • ZTE will launch an Android Wear watch with LTE Connectivity later this year

    It looks like ZTE wants to broaden its horizons a little. In an interview with CNET, Lixin Cheng, ZTE USA CEO, mentioned that the company is in the final stages of developing an Android Wear device — and it even has a carrier lined up in the U.S.

    2017-04-19 12

  • Major Trends in the Wearable Devices Industry

    Over the course of the last several years there have been developments in the cross-section of how we as consumers access technology. The transformation has been rapidly building since the advent of the computer. Computers used to take up entire rooms and required massive amounts of power. However, the incredible shrinking technology has brought the computing power of the personal computer and interconnectedness of the internet to the consumer first through cell phones and now through at the level of the new-fangled wearable devices.

    2017-04-12 13

  • OMRON HAS DEVELOPED THE SLIMMEST BLOOD PRESSURE MONITORS ON THE MARKET

    The problem with heart rate monitors is that they are often bulky and ugly. People don’t want to wear something that sticks out like a sore thumb. Omron is evolving blood pressure monitors by making them smaller, more attractive, and connected like never before.

    2017-01-17 14

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