2014 was a breakout year for wearable tech as a variety of powerful, fashionable and technologically-advanced products hit the market. Starting with the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in January 2015, we expect to see a lot more cool wearables introduced next year.
Introduced by musician and entrepreneur will.i.am, PULS is a smartband that marries technology and fashion. PULS offers cool social media features with a GPS system, pedometer and accelerometer.
Samsung’s stylish smartwatch offers a full set of communication features, a fitness monitor and the ability to load third party apps for even more fun.
This device combines a classic watch design with the latest in Android technology, offering the latest technology in a traditional package.
Hexoskin’s sensor-packed shirt monitors cardiac, respiratory and activity data, making it easier for people to monitor their fitness on the go. Though fitness trackers dominated the wearable tech market in 2014, we expect sensor-embedded clothing to become much more popular in the coming year.
Continuing the trend of merging wearables with fashion, Fit Bit teamed up with Tory Burch to create a chic fitness tracking pendant necklace that even fashionistas will want to wear.
As wearable technology continues to innovate, we look forward to seeing what sophisticated, stylish and smart wearable devices 2015 will bring.
Wireless Charging for Connected Devices and Connected People Watch Humavox presentation to learn how wireless charging and can be used to untangle the cords in the age of connected people, and to sustain the...
Drone technology is growing increasingly popular, as daily uses for drones become more mainstream. From delivering medical aid or our Amazon packages to preserving wildlife and assisting law enforcement, drones are now a part...