'Wearables' Tag Index

Wearable Device Adoption Following Tablets' Lead: PwC
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published October 21, 2014
A new report from PricewaterhouseCoopers indicates that wearable devices are set to match tablets in terms of popularity.
Tags: smartphone, tablets, wearables
Wearables and IoT Among Top Tech Trends for 2015
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published October 09, 2014
Next year, Gartner expects wearable devices, the Internet of Things and pervasive Big Data analytics to start pinging loudly on the enterprise's radar.
Tags: wearables
Wearables Market to Hit 116 Million Units by 2017
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published September 30, 2014
Wearable device shipments will quadruple in just three years, according to a forecast from Juniper Research.
Tags: smartphones, wearables, wearables for work
Wearables Hardware a $53B Market by 2019
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published September 12, 2014
Good news for Apple Watch? Juniper Research predicts that sales of wearables, smartphones in particular, will skyrocket in a scant five years.
Tags: Apple, Smart Watch, wearables
Tech Comics: How to Use Wearables
By Oliver Widder | Article Published September 05, 2014
Wearables are hot -- but are you using them correctly?
Tags: wearables, wearables for work
Wearables Stoke Privacy Concerns
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published August 21, 2014
A majority of consumers are wary of about the privacy implications of wearable devices and the data they collect.
Tags: wearables, privacy and security
Wearables, IoT to Breathe New Life into GPS: ABI Research
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published August 01, 2014
Burgeoning demand for wearables and IoT-enabled devices spells boom times for GPS providers.
Tags: wearables, IoT
Google Play 5.0 for Android Intros Wearables Support
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published July 03, 2014
App developers that piggyback on Google's services for Android can now target wearable devices.
Tags: Google, Android, Google Glass, wearables, Android wearable services APIs
Android Wear: Way Better Than You Think
By Mike Elgan | Article Published June 30, 2014
Android Wear is a computer minus everything but the essentials, and it’s a user interface very carefully designed for the wrist.
Tags: Google, Android, wearables, Google Hangouts
Wearable Device Users are Data Hogs: Nielsen
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published June 27, 2014
Businesses, get ready. In a study, Nielsen discovers that wearables users consume nearly twice the data of smartphone-only users.
Tags: smartphone, Mobile Analytics, wearables
Salesforce Sets Stage for Enterprise Wearables
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published June 10, 2014
The cloud computing specialist launches a new developer-led initiative that connects its cloud to leading wearable devices.
Tags: cloud computing, SaaS, wearables
Enterprise Wearables an $18B Market by 2019
By Pedro Hernandez | Article Published May 16, 2014
Get ready to add smartwatches, trackers and a variety of wearables to the corporate mobile device mix, says ABI Research.
Tags: Google, Enterprise, Mobile Age, wearables
Why Wearables Are Coming Into Fashion
By Mike Elgan | Article Published May 15, 2014
Technology and fashion have merged, and you can expect that development to affect your own wardrobe in the near future.
Tags: Google Glass, Mobile Age, wearables
Tech Comics: "Wearables"
By Oliver Widder | Article Published March 21, 2014
The trend toward wearable tech has created some unique moments in modern life.
Tags: Tech Trends, wearables
Intel CEO Debuts New Wearable Tech at CES 2014
By Sean Michael Kerner | Article Published January 07, 2014
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich announces new embeddable Edison chip and dual-boot Windows and Android technology.
Tags: Intel, wearable technology, wearables
Why 'Glassholes' Are a Myth
By Mike Elgan | Article Published December 04, 2013
No, Google Glass users aren't obnoxious snoops violating everyone's privacy while tuning out the world.
Tags: Google, Google Glass, wearables




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