Fall 2013 has been big with regards to launching new sports and activity trackers. However, these devices are intended to be worn almost 24/7, instead of only during workouts or other physical activities, with more tracking features than any device offered ever before in one single product. First launched in early 2012, the Nike+ FuelBand […]
In addition to our first Wearable Technologies Conference in Asia next week, there are several great conferences coming up this fall: Metaio’s 5th InsideAR conference expects to gather hundreds of attendees in Munich, Germany at the Kleine Olympiahalle October 10th and 11th. The conference will offer a glimpse into the future of mobile augmented reality […]
Polar enters activity tracker market More and more companies understand the potential of new innovative wearables for their portfolio. Fitness company Polar, known for it‘s heart-rate measurement products, has recently introduced it‘s first activity tracker. The waterproof wristband called Loop counts steps, calories and comes with an activity guide that helps users reach their activity […]
Samsung unveiled their first smartwatch that comes with a lot of cool features. The Galaxy Gear has a 1.63- inch AMOLED touchscreen with 320 x 320-pixel, and it‘s built in speaker and microphones enable calls directly from the watch. Have a look at the video from Reviewed.com to see just how easy that works. Another […]
Wearables are hot this summer and we are seeing great innovations happening all over the world. Over the last months many companies and inventors have brought their smartwatches to the market and crowdfunding platforms are constantly featuring new innovative approaches. In the last weeks alone, we have seen successful campaigns by Kreyos, a waterproof device including gesture recognition, or Hot Watch, which comes with a bio-mechanical solution enabling private calls amplified by the palm of your hand. Omate's True Watch even goes a step further by integrating 3G networks, allowing it to either replace your smartphone or accompany it.
We already reported on wearable technologies for children and babies but there are a few more wearable products coming up, especially for babies, even for those that are not born yet! Judging from the number of products one can find in this category there are quite a lot of moms-to-be who are interested in playing […]