30.3.16

Wearables are not just fitness bands or health devices

Wearables and wearable mobile devices aren't just fitness bands or health devices, there is a whole range of possibilities in the mobile industry for hands free access to computer programs, the internet, communication, gaming, banking and business related tasks.

Sure there will be bands, watches and other wrist devices, but there will be mini clip-on gadgets for shirt pockets, necklaces, glasses, specialty footwear devices, earrings tailored for bluetooth communications, but perhaps the most exciting new product out there will be mini wrist phones which with a shake of the hand slide onto the hand from the wrist. That is a wearable smartphone which instead of pulling it out of your pocket, slides from your wrist to an accessible position in your hand. That has yet to be invented, but its these unchartered territories which offer the most promise to the new wearable mobile technology era. The bottom line here is that there is enormous possibilities in the growth of wearable "mobile" devices of the future which will leave pocket phones and handhelds far behind.


It is important to understand that wearable mobile technology is the growth area here, not the limited use of health gadgets which rely on neural impulses, pulse rates and micromovements of nerve endings. It's the mobile aspect which will propel wearables into the future as the dominating market share in technological advancement in the tech gadget era. A reminder, Wearable Mobile Devices are in the making, in the research and development stages at all of the major mobile phone and computer companies.

26.1.16

Sales of wearable devices double in UK | News

Sales of wearable devices double in UK | News: Three million wearable devices were sold in the UK in the 12 months to September 2015, up 118% on the previous year, according to new figures.

29.10.15

Wearable usage will grow by 60% this year

The next several years will continue to see double-digit growth in the number of Americans using wearable devices, according to eMarketer's first wearables forecast. In 2015, 39.5 million US adults 18 and over will use wearables, including smartwatches and fitness trackers. That's a jump of 57.7% over 2014. While penetration among US adults is just 16.0% this year, eMarketer expects that to double by 2018, to 81.7 million users.

1.4.15

Wearable device shipments to more than double in 2015

According to IDC, vendors will ship 45.7 million wearable devices in 2015, up 133.4% from the 19.6 million units delivered in 2014.

26.3.15

Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services Market 2015-2019 WITH Apple, At

The analysts forecast the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market to grow at a CAGR of 30.42% over the period 2015-2019

The report covers the present scenario and the growth prospects of the Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Services market for the period 2015-2019. The market is segmented into two: Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices and Smart Wearable Healthcare Services.

Smart wearable healthcare devices are defined as those devices that are worn or attached to a user's body to monitor the changes in various organs and body parts. Some of the healthcare devices include smart watches, wearable hand, smart diapers, wristband, pedometer, and bionic suit. Important features of these devices include heart rate monitoring, sleep statistics, counting the amount of calorie burnt and taken, monitor body temperature and sleep statistics of babies, remote cardiac monitoring, and monitor and track daily activity of users. These devices easily sync with user's smartphones and tablets.

Increased use of smart wearable devices for tele-home healthcare is one of the key trends in the market. Smart wearable devices enhance treatment and monitoring processes by saving time and reducing healthcare costs. These devices help physicians to monitor patients from a remote place and provide proper treatment.

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Global Smart Wearable Healthcare Devices

6.2.15

Wearable Mobile Devices Becoming The Rage




Apple(NEW YORK) -- You are what you wear, particularly if what you’re sporting are digital devices that have become more commonplace in everyday life.

Cisco's Visual Networking Index report says that so-called “wearable devices” are destined to be worn by 578 million people by the year 2019.

That’s about 18 times more than the number of people who are strapping on smart watches, cameras and fitness trackers today.

Meanwhile, nearly seven in 10 people on Earth will be a mobile device user by 2019, which, according to Cisco, means they’re growing at a rate of four times faster than the world’s population.

Smartphones will continue to lead way as they’ll account for 40 percent of all mobile devices over the next five years.







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10.11.14

Microsoft Presents Their New Band Wearable Device

Microsoft has officially released the Microsoft Band

Microsoft has released it's very first wearable mobile device called Microsoft Band. The Microsoft Band isn't a watch, but more like a smart bracelet. It measures just 19 x 8.7 mm with a light weight of 60 grams. The device is tailored for people who exercise with it's large number of sensors that keep track of important vital functions such as body temperature, heart rate, pulse rate, amount of calories burned and so on. 


The smart device features a GPS system so it is hard to get lost when camping, jogging or hunting. Other features include a 1.4-inch display that works at 320 x 106 pixels, vibration mode, 64 GB of internal memory, Bluetooth 4.0 and a microphone. The Microsoft Band provides an 100 mAh battery which can last up to 48 hours.


 The Microsoft Band device will also provide access to e-mail messages, the day of the week, a calendar, and will inform you of phone calls. The Microsoft Band is compatible not only with Windows but also with Apple Mac OS X and Android. The bracelet provides access to popular social networks as well.