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Now Sony and Samsung wants to track your life too...
"Provided these new devices get their price points right, it could dominate sales this year, especially the Gear Fit."
Samsung Gear Fit - The world's first curved wearable device
Samsung has this morning introduced the Samsung Gear Fit, the industry’s first curved, Super AMOLED wearable device for the active consumer.
What’s that Computer you’re not Wearing?
We all have better things to do with our hands when we’re shopping, driving a car, or riding a bike than hold a device to our ear or hypnotically gaze into a screen.
Sun shines on Apple's iWatch production line...
Cupertino is testing a variety of alternative power-charing methods for its eagerly anticipated iWatch device, in a bid to overcome battery life limitations for users.
Inside Intel's new wearable devices portfolio...
"Our goal is, if something computes and connects, it does it best with Intel inside."
Wearable device shipments set for ten-fold market increase
"Even though wearables are relatively new in terms of market maturity, it is clear that the market, for example the smart watch in particular, will be – as per smartphones – a somewhat crowded affair."
Wearable tech deluge poses workplace challenges and opportunities
Wearable technology is the Next Big Thing in the tech world, according to all the signs.
What to expect in 2014 - Wearable Computing
While wearable cameras and smart watches are much talked about, Angela McIntyre, research director at Gartner, believes digital health and fitness will be one of the hottest segments during 2014.
Top predictions for IT organisations and users for 2014 and beyond - Part 2
Continuing from yesterday, Gartner has revealed its top predictions for IT organisations and IT users for 2014 and beyond.
Apple's iWatch - business or pleasure?
The iWatch "will more likely be a hobby for Apple than a major new product line" according to some industry analysts.
Is the future of mobile computing wearable?
The innovations coming out from the world’s leading mobile companies seem to indicate that the next big thing might be wearable consumer devices. But it also might not be...
Apple ain't heavy, it's my ex-employer
The road is long, with many a winding turn, and Apple's former CEO John Sculley believes the company's 'innovation lull' will end.
I was browsing through a few of the technology sites and blogs I visit regularly and came across a story that I found pretty fascinating and wanted to share with NetGuide readers.