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The Smart Watch that Charges Using Your Own Body Heat?

A Brief History of the Smart Watch The smart watch concept has come a long way since the introduction of the first watches with computing ability...

Uber-cool Snap Video Capture Sunglasses – “Spectacles” – Launched Today

Snap Inc., the company that created Snapchat, has just today released the much-awaited video capture sunglasses to the market. And they're offering it in...

“Huawei Fit” Launch Coincides with FitBit Revenue Growth Troubles

Chinese device maker Huawei has launched the Huawei Fit to its growing line-up of wearable technology products. Huawei Fit comes with dynamic heart monitoring,...

GoPro and FitBit Find that Hardware is a Hard Market, Stocks...

Earlier this week technology companies FitBit (NYSE: FIT) and GoPro (NASDAQ: GPRO) both released their quarterly earnings, and it wasn't a pretty sight. Investors...

Apple Invents Wristband to Use Gesture Control, Possibly on Apple Watch

According to a report in Apple Insider, Apple, Inc. now has a published patent with the United States Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) for...

What is Wearable Technology, How Big is the Market and What...

What is Wearable Technology? Loosely speaking (not too loose or it'll fall off), wearable technology or "wearable tech" is nothing more than the electronic devices...

Snapchat Launches $129 “Spectacles”, Sunglasses that Record Video

Multimedia mobile social media app company Snapchat announced yesterday that they have launched a product called "Sunglasses", which is essentially a pair of shades with video...

Google and Levi’s Have Built a Smart Jacket with Smartphone Support

Google has been very active in the artificial intelligence space. From Google Glasses to smart cars to AlphaGo, the search engine juggernaut is exploring...

A Temporary Tattoo that Controls your Smartphone? MIT and Microsoft Research...

Imagine if you could control your smartphone by using your skin as an interface device! That's exactly what MIT and Microsoft Research - the...