Artificial Intelligence has become a major part in our wearable interaction experience. The whole idea behind Artificial Intelligence is to make a computer, robot, software, or a device think intelligently, in the same way how humans thinks. For years we were relying on mouse and keyboards for input, but with time technology evolved. From laptop touch-pads we […]
Apple steals the limelight once again, this time with the Apple Watch. According to latest data released by Strategy Analytics, in the first quarter of 2017 Apple becomes the largest wearable vendor in the world taking over Fitbit’s top position for the first time. Apple holds 16% market share which is the highest off all. […]
With wearables being more connected to us than our smartphones they know so much about us. This makes it vulnerable to security and privacy issues. There might be many risk factors which are general to all such devices. For example they are able to transfer and store personal data, but do not include PIN protection or user […]
Wearables can be distracting at times. Especially, when a person is driving. We saw it with the Google Glass, Snap Spectacles and even smartwatches. Apple just got a new patent that could place a limit on notifications on the Apple Watch in order to enhance driver safety. Its aim is to identify if you’re sitting […]
Wearables can track almost everything in our daily activities like movement, steps, sleep and heart rate. With so many wearables in the market today, selecting a fitness tracker can be a little difficult. The right wearable for you will depend on your individual needs and on how active your lifestyle is whether its step counting, sleep […]
Android Wear 2.0 just came out a few weeks back, the Huawei Watch 2 at MWC, the Levi’s/Google jacket at SXSW, and we also have a new Apple Watch with an update to WatchOS later this year. Overall, this year we are seeing smartwatches mature in terms of both hardware and software.
Smartwatches are known for tracking activity, fitness, heart rate, count the number of steps, calories burnt, and distance run, and so on. But imagine if your smartwatch can tell you that you’re about to fall sick. In a study at Stanford University conducted by Snyder said, that his team was really amazed to see that the […]
Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona had a few interesting smartphone & wearable launches. Although, the number of wearable launches were much lesser than the past years MWCs. Most of the wearables were in the smart-watch form factor.