Category: Season2

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Apple Watch Extravaganza! April 10th Looms!

You have to watch this show. Why? Because its about Apple Watch and its also the last show of the season! That’s right, season 2 of TWIGG/WT is done. We might have a 2 week off-period as both Luke and I go on travel – Luke to San Diego and the , as I head to Vegas and NAB/New Media Expo. We should both come back with some great stories! Luke also got a new webcam, so his video is back to normal. YAY! Wearable Today Episode 69 Show Notes All show notes and links are here There is a...

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Predictions on the Future of Wearables

Luke continued to have some technical problems with his webcam. He even switched to the Windows machine with no luck. Of course, we work through the show like always. I show off a new device that I got over the weekend. Luke talks about his speaking gig as well – at least when he can. We also say hi to Fernando who is watching the live stream. Wearable Today Episode #68 Show Notes Link to full show notes are here Xiaomi is looking to launch its first smartwatch tomorrow. The Singapore based company was having a converstation in the on-line...

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Your Apple Watch May Be Delayed – Wearables at SXSW

In shows past, Luke had some one-off problems with his webcam. Tonight, it would just not stay on. Therefore, Luke reports from behind the curtain. Lots of great news after a 3 week hiatus from travel. Wearble Today Ep #67 Show Notes Show notes and links here TAG Hoyer, Google, and Intel have teamed up to launch a Swiss smartwatch powered by Intel hardware and Android Wear software. The well-known watchmaker will help bring an Android Wear to the luxury watch market. David Singleton notices that together, they “can imagine better, beautiful, smarter watch.” No dates or pricing were given...

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Wearable Defense: Wearable Technology that Protects You

This week, Luke was at the Google Developer’s Summit (GDG) in San Jose, CA. GDG meetups happen all over the world, so if you are even interested in becoming a Google platform developer, look for your local GDG. Schedule note: For the next two weeks I’ll be on the road, ultimately at SXSW Interactive. Wearable Today LIVE will be back on March 24, but there may be a SXSW episode (depending on time). Wearable Today Ep #66 Show Notes All show links are here Even Cats and Dogs are getting their own wearable tech. Collars that monitor the dog’s health...

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Cross-Platforming Wearables: Can You Connect an Apple Watch with Android Phone?

Both Luke and I got our Google Glass Vol 001 picture book. During the show I show you whats inside and will there be an 002? Thanks to Eric Forty for jumping on the Question and Answer section to contribute to the show. Wearable Today Episode #65 Show Notes Show Note Links for Episode #65 Have you ever wanted a bracelet that you can change the pattern on? The tago arc wants to provide that to you. Currently an indiegogo campaign, the e-Ink display wraps around your wrist, and can be updated via NFC. Since it uses e-ink, the bracelet...

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3D Printed Accessories for Your Motorola Moto 360 Smartwatch

Back from another small break as Luke went to play Star Wars with the Dallas Mavericks. No Mark Cuban sightings, though. We have a jam packed show with a lot of news along with some great 3D printed items Marco Nieves sent to us. Wearable Today Episode #64 Show Notes This weeks show links found here If you’re expecting to see the newest version of Google Glass pretty soon, don’t hold your breath. The New York Times talked with people with inside knowledge, and they say that Tony Fadell will not be showing anything until it’s really ready. Fadell is...

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Next Generation of Sex is Wearable Technology?

First of all, both Luke and I did not wear our Google Glass tonight. Before the rumor mill breaks, it simply was because our devices were not charged. So it was a wearable free zone last night. Episode #63: Show Notes: Episode 63 Show Notes here Wearable tech can be a real help to learn about how your body works. But you really don’t need it. We’ve survived without it for hundreds of years. Forbes asks the question if you really need to lay down hundreds for these devices. Lots of great wearable technology was used to keep players safe...

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Google Ditches Glass, Microsoft Picks it Up

We’re back after a long winter break, CES, NAIAS and a birthday. Stefan Holodnick joins us for another episode as we say goodbye to Google Glass. Episode #62 Show Notes Episode 62 Show Links are here Optinvent announced a new type of wearable at CES this year. It’s a pair of high quality headphones with a transparent display that can be folded out of the way when not needed. It contains all the standard Android hardware and should be able to run most apps without any issue. They say it looks less geeky than other heads up display devices, but...