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Wearables are experiencing one of the longest gestational periods of any technology. For a long time, says Rufus Grig, CTO of Maintel, gadgets like Google Glass and the Apple Watch were perceived by...

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Globally, there will be over 20 billion connected devices in the next five years, representing $ 7 trillion dollars in revenue. This corresponds to roughly three devices for every person and a value higher...

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To help engineers address a broader range of high growth Internet of Things (IoT) applications ON Semiconductor has released a software support for its IoT Development Kit (IDK). With this new multi-sensor...

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When the weather is warm enough, I like to go for a quick run up two to three times a week. It’s somewhat meditative. It allows me to focus on the day ahead, and my Apple Watch lets me see how many...

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According to Statista, there were 453 million connected wearable devices worldwide in 2018, a figure thatis predicted to increase to 593 million this year. While, unsurprisingly, the market is currently dominated...

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Researchers at the University of Nottingham are working with agriculture industry leaders to address the challenge of lameness in sheep – and an IoT solution could provide the answer.  Lameness in...

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Spire’s new washable wearable. During my first trip to a B8ta store a little over a year ago I bought a device that claimed it would track my breathing and tell me if I was stressing out. If I...

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The application of data analytics to conventional wearable devices adds further benefit to the technology and provides users with actionable information, argues ABI Research. ABI Research’s report...

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From Fitbits to smart watches, health-focused wearables are perhaps one of the best IoT innovations to show immediate benefits. These devices provide individuals with instant feedback on everything from...