Sources in the Taiwanese electronics industry claim that Sony is gearing up to launch more variants of the SmartWatch, to accommodate more budgets and market segments.
Asus is interested in pursuing wearable devices, according to what company chairman Jonney Shih has said to reporters at the company’s annual meeting with shareholders.
Smart clothing that can communicate with your mobile device might sound crazy, but that’s exactly what OMsignal is working on. Could you see yourself someday wearing bio-sensing clothing? Ready or not, such tech is on its way.
Yesterday at the D11 Conference, Motorola revealed its plans for wearable (or swallowable) authentication tokens in the form of tattoos and pills.
Google has placed orders for OLED displays from Samsung, to be used in the consumer version of Glass, a Korean press report claims.
Google Glass and the wearable tech industry is still in its infancy, but where are we heading? Towards a positive future, or a dystopian one?
A report by Credit Suisse has deemed the wearable technology market could be worth up to $50 billion in the next few years. They note the current market for wearable technology is $3-5 billion, making for a tenfold market increase in a very short time. Are you interested in wearable technology? We want to know!
Right now, there really isn’t one single offering that caters to the needs of the people — that is, the masses — that can be classified as wearable tech. Google Glass could fit the bill. What happens then?
A concept video of the rumored Google smartwatch emerged online. Would you buy a Google smartwatch if it looked like that?
Do you want a smartwatch? Would a wrist-worn computer turn your computing fantasies into reality? Or is it much ado about nothing? We ponder the problem in this Friday Debate.