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Smart fitness industry trends, devices, wearables and technology updates

In response to concerns over health, smart fitness industry has found a unique footing in an era where technology has pledged to transform lives for the better. The latest trends in health technology are helping people improve their personal health in a way that fits their lifestyle.   The modern day sedentary lifestyle …

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How smart clothing industry is defining the future of wearables

How smart clothing industry is defining the future of wearables

With IOT having metamorphosed the profitability landscape of practically every industry, smart clothing industry is pioneering as the next big thing in this revolution queue. The industry is profoundly scripting its evolution tale with the tech-fashion makeover. Demonstrating an appreciable equation between electronics & textile industries, smart clothing market is slated to transform the commercialization spectrum …

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Wearables for Christ: Vatican Launches New ‘Click to Pray eRosary’

This site may earn affiliate commissions from the links on this page. Terms of use. The Vatican has announced a new initiative to launch a unique wearable into the secular world: the eRosary. The Click To Pray eRosary (that’s the actual name) is described as “an interactive, smart and app-driven wearable device that serves as …

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iPhones, Wearables, Plant Music: Things We Loved This Month

The wearables in Garmin’s Fenix series are the best multisport watches you can own. This year’s update, the Fenix 6 series, is even better. The Fenix 6S Pro is so detailed, and it tracks and coaches you through so many different activities, that you’d have to live out of a van for a month in …

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Analysis: New Amazon Echo wearables are more bad news for advertising

Amazon’s Alexa-enabled smart ring Echo Loop, (via Amazon) Earlier this week Amazon introduced new Echo and Alexa-powered devices at its Devices & Services Event in Seattle. They include a new Echo and Echo Dot, a new smart display a high-end Echo speaker, Alex-powered ear buds, a smart ring, smart glasses and several others. Most interesting …

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Digital Trends Live: Amazon’s Wearables, Facebook’s VR, and More

On this episode of Digital Trends Live, hosts Greg Nibler and Ryan Waniata dig into the biggest trending stories in tech, including Amazon’s new wearables, Facebook’s Horizon VR, the new Beyond Burger at McDonald’s, Kevin Feige goes Star Wars, and more. We’re then joined by Erin Keeney and Jess Surbaugh for their Reel News segment, …

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The Payment Revolution – Mobile Wallets to Cryptocurrency onto Wearables

The payment system saw a revolution from 2013. Slowly, but swiftly there were various payment concepts circulating and infiltrating the markets. E-commerce, of course, propelled the need for alternate payment methods from cash/cheque/draft onto a credit card, bank transfer, and e-wallets. There were concerns raised around privacy, interoperability, and security – which had quite a …

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Google betting its Assistant can close the wearables gap with Apple

Right now, Apple is winning the battle of the smartwatch vs. Google. Google is betting that the Assistant can close the gap. Android-based smartwatches historically have offered a weaker user experience than Apple Watch, though their third-party ecosystem of designs offers a wider variety of styles and prices. In 2015, Google made then Android Wear, …

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Over 72 Percent of Millennial Women Buy Wearables to Track This (It’s Not Fitness)

Wearable technology was touted as the future, but has yet to really take off the way some thought it would. Apple Watch was arguably unsuccessful, and other wearables have hardly become the norm. However, the company Lumoid has some interesting data on who is using wearables and why — and it’s because they let people …

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