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.
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Four years after releasing their first step counter, the pioneer company Fitbits now offers a wristband activity monitor. Flex is just like the digital wristbands made popular by Nike and […]