Humans have only recently become out-of- the-box thinkers, forward-thinkers desiring-to-actively-shape-the–future thinkers. And ever since we started designing and manufacturing the first technologies the human mind has spun around the idea that like an exothermic chemical reaction we can actually influence our surroundings. The thought of this possibility tends to develop itself a lot more rapidly […]
Even though portable music systems such as the walkman have been around for almost 30 years, with the rise of smartphones, mobile listening has become much more popular. A new breed of wearables aims to further innovate the way we experience sound on the go, bringing about new opportunities for audiophiles, athletes, gamers and many […]
From activity trackers to wristbands that track and notify you about all kinds of things – nobody is safe from this new wave of wristbands, in which brands, big and small, want to get their piece of the cake. Both, Bluetooth Smart as well as optical sensors are state of the art for most of […]
The biggest consumer technology show, the CES, started last Tuesday. Our CEO, Christian Stammel, is in Las Vegas and thrilled that one of the biggest trends to watch in consumer technology from the CES 2014 are wearable technologies – they are everywhere. As expected, and predicted at our Wearable Technologies Conference in San Francisco last […]
Samsung Semiconductor Europe sponsoring Innovation World Cup of Wearable Technologies to foster groundbreaking wearable...
Samsung Semiconductor Europe GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd., is joining the Wearable Technologies Innovation World Cup as a sponsor to seek the most innovative, cutting-edge solutions. At the next Wearable Technologies Conference in Munich on January 27 to 28, 2014, the chosen finalists will be presenting their products and solutions, […]
WEARABLES HIT THE GYM While we’ve seen many self-tracking products for endurance athletes and general activities, new consumer products are finally hitting the gym. A few weeks ago, Canadian start-up Push successfully funded its wearable sensor for measuring strength. The device is supposed to help optimizing workout efficiency and allows setting up training plans to be used […]
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