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5 Wearable Tech Items That Were Around Before Wearable Technology Was a Thing

Are you aware on some of the wearable tech items that were popular and used by people before the wearable tech was a thing? If not, well here are the five popular wearable tech that had been used before that also offer essential impact to huge numbers of people and these are as follows: 1. Ruputer Ruputer is a wristwatch computer that was developed in the year 1998 by the Seiko. It was a 16-bit computer with 2 MB non- volatile type of storage memory, 3.6 MHz processor, as well as 128 KB RAM. This displays at about 102 by...

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Apple Watch’s Killer Feature; Connected Home Control?

There’s been a lot of debate as to what the killer feature for the Apple Watch would be. A lot of people have said that there is none. A lot of people have decided that it’s unneeded. In the end though, the conclusion that makes the most sense, is that the Apple Watch’s killer feature will be decided by the developers that are making the apps for the watch. I’ve had my Apple Watch almost since launch and have myself gone through a few different killer features. Communications are fantastic, using it for commutes is pretty killer in itself, traveling...

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The Joy’s and Perils of the “Smart” Home

For a few years now, I’ve been toying around with “Smart” home accessories. I have Philips Hue light bulbs, and accessories, I’ve owned various Belkin WeMo switches, and have recently jumped into the Wink ecosystem with their Aros Smart Air Conditioner. In many ways “Smart” isn’t the correct way to refer to these devices or a home powered by them. We’re still in its infancy and many of these devices don’t offer much more convenience than normal “unsmart” devices. A better way to refer to them are connected devices, which is a more apt description. They are connected to the...

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Infographic: 10 Wearable Tech Gadgets of 2015

2015 has been showing us that cool new wearable technology items are being developed all the time. Sensors in places you didn’t expect, and data that helps you in everyday life. We put that together in an infographic, with the help from CNBC. Along with some tidbits we added, here are the top 10 wearable tech gadgets of 2015! Takeaways Wearable Tech will be a $12.6 billion industry by 2018 Not all wearables are watches Wearable can be as small as a pin-head. Don’t forget these devices will bring trillions of bits of data, which we will only process a fraction...

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3D Printed Apple Watch Docks

When I first received my Apple Watch I was annoyed that Apple didn’t include or even sell some kind of dock with anything but the ridiculously expensive models. I know I only bought an Apple Watch Sport, but still, it feels pretty bad just laying it on a table. Any movement of the cord moves the whole watch, always leaving me struggling against my fears of it falling off of the table. I searched for docks, but none of them were available at launch. Thingiverse had a few, but most of them didn’t meet my needs. I wanted a watch...

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Top 5 Most Useful Apple Watch Apps

After using my Apple Watch for the first month or so, I feel like the novelty has worn off, and I’ve settled into a normal day to day with it. While there are already a lot of really great apps on the Apple Watch. These are the ones that I find myself using most often every day. The ones that I find make my life easier. These are the ones that I feel actually add to my life. These are the first apps I can think of, off the top of my head whenever I’m asked about the Apple Watch....

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Come Blog for Wearable Today

As a growing show for wearable technology, we have decided to add a news section to the website. We are looking for bloggers to help report the wearable news! From Apple Watch to Google Glass and everything in-between. This is a great opportunity for you to be a part of this growing show. Articles would then become part of the weekly show, where we discuss the good and bad. If you would like to help out, please send an email to Jeff at wearabletoday.com or luke at wearabletoday.com.