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Retail revenue from wearable technology is predicted to reach $19 billion by 2018, according to a new study from Juniper Research. Here's a look at the products already on the market as well as a few of the items launching in the next year.
IF YOU thought activated almonds were bad, you haven't seen these...Introducing the best wearable technology you can buy right now. These are the presents tech experts Jennifer Dudley-Nicholson and Rod Chester would like to see under the Christmas
Microsoft working on a smart bra to measure mood Two sensors were embedded in the bra Microsoft researchers have designed a smart bra that can detect stress. The prototype contains removable sensors that monitor heart and skin activity to provide an
Nest has picked up a nice lead on the widening Internet of things with a connected thermostat and a connected smoke detector. Great Barry Eggers of Lightspeed Venture Partners, which invested in Nest, is happy for the company. But now he's got his
The Internet Of Things represents a major departure in the history of the Internet, as connections move beyond computing devices, and begin to power billions of everyday devices, from parking meters to home thermostats. Estimates for Internet of
Nov. 16 in , attracted dozens of universities and corporations that devote themselves to the research and development of the smart home. Sun Yat -sen University, University, the R&D Center of IOT (Internet of Things) of the Chinese Academy of
Eight devices Start-ups like Iriver, Looxcie and Valencell are angling to find a new niche in a market for wearable computing. Iriver's $US200 ON device is worn around the back of the neck with connected earbuds. In the coming years, each consumer
Oberthur Technologies is revealing at Cartes 2013 its new brand strategy. With a new baseline, "The M Company" and a new corporate identity which embodies the mobility space, Oberthur Technologies clearly intends to establish itself as a world leader
The arrival of the Internet of Things marks a major watershed in the global consumer economy. Internet connections will be built in to a massive quantity of new products, from air conditioners to light bulbs and security alarms. These will all be
Contact Information Available for logged-in reporters only Description As scientists develop the next wave of smartwatches and other wearable computing, they might want to continue focusing their attention on the arms and the wrists.