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According to AutoTrader.com®'s recent Millennial Study , 73% of young Millennials (age 16-24) say a car must have infotainment technology in order for them to consider it. In tandem with the Connected Car Expo at the LA Auto Show, AutoTrader.com's
Here's what needs to change to make them more useful for consumers and businesses...The recently released Samsung Galaxy Gear , which I've already reviewed , shows promise but ultimately doesn't last long enough and isn't smart enough for my taste.
If you think a Bluetooth headset make you look like a tool, how would you feel about replacing it with a throat tattoo?...Google-owned Motorola has received a patent for a smartphone-connected system that comprises an electronic skin tattoo capable
The Jawbone Up, priced at 130 dollars did not have the Bluetooth feature and users were required to plug it into a phone everytime to sync it up and monitor their activity. However, the Up24, priced at 150 dollars lets users wirelessly connect to
With the third major update of its Up health band, Jawbone is finally adding a long-awaited feature: wireless synchronization. The company today announced its latest Up model, the Up24, which takes advantage of Bluetooth Smart's low-energy
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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.
Most agree that wearable technology all those smart watches , fitness bands , and computerized glasses you've been seeing lately are the next big thing. We've gone from room-sized computers to desktops to latops to smartphones and tablets. The next
Jim Peters, said that wearable devices like Google Glass offer new opportunities to mobilize staff, keeping their hands free, while keeping them connected to the traditional check-in and reservation systems. Boarding using the Google Glass's built-in
If you look at only recent sales (PCs down 10 percent this year, tablets up 50 percent, according to Gartner market research ), you might think the world has already entered the so-called post-PC era of computing. Lending credibility to that belief,