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Cultural inspiration or cultural appropriation Wearable Art piece sparks debate

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

She and others approached staff from the Juneau Arts and Humanities Council (JAHC) — the organization that runs the Wearable Arts Show — and outlined their concerns with the piece. Eriksen's argument was that “Doragon” was an example of cultural appropriation. The act of adopting certain …

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Australians purchased 9 2 million phones last year more than half were Android phones

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

The Telsyte Australian Smartphone and Wearable Devices Market Study 2018 focuses a lot on the Apple side of things, talking about the iPhone X which apparently didn't make a huge impact in sales numbers due to 'the high price tag and short time-in-market during the calendar year'. On the Android …

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Nokia Fitbit Make Moves On Wearables

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

Nokia just announced that it is conducting a "review of strategic options" for its wearables business, which is part of Nokia Technologies. The company has been selling hybrid smartwatches, scales and other digital health devices. Nokia said the review may result in a "transaction or other changes.".

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New Skin like Wearable Tech Puts Heartbeat Monitor On User's Hand

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

Athletes and active people have a tremendous access to their vitals these days thanks to wearables like Fitbit or other smart wearables, which allow them to see things like heart rate and blood pressure. However, researchers recently created an ultra-thin, elastic sheet that can basically act as a visible …

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Global Consumer Smart Wearables Market Projections 2018 Xiaomi Garmin Fitbit Jawbone and

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

Global Consumer Smart Wearables Market Research Report studies the progress performance of the Consumer Smart Wearables industry. The report estimates forthcoming Consumer Smart Wearables opportunities between the period 2018-2022. Likewise, the Consumer Smart Wearables market …

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Review SleepScore Max get some quality rest with this non contact sleep monitor

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

SleepScore Labs wants to give you insight into the quality of your rest with SleepScore Max, an entirely non-contact, personal sleep improvement system. Launched late last year, the product was created by SleepScore Labs. This is a joint venture between the world-leading connected health company …

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IPDs Reduce BOMs Save Space & Improve Performance

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

Of those, smart wearables — that have size and performance requirements – represent the highest demand, he added. Yole IPDs report – applications The Yole Thin-Film Integrated Passive Devices report finds the need for miniaturization and integration are driving demand and continued growth.

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Wearable device developed for stroke treatment

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

A new type of wearable device has been designed to assist people recovering from stakes. The device a sensor that measures speech and swallowing patterns and it has been designed by Shirley Ryan AbilityLab and Northwestern University.

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Wearable Technology Market Growth Opportunities Driving Factors by Manufacturers Regions

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

Global Wearable Technology Market provides detailed analysis of Market Overview, Market Drivers & restraints, Trends and Opportunities, Potential Application, competitive landscape and business tactics for decision making. Wearable Technology market report covers up-to-date marketing information …

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Wearable sensor patches on the throat unplug stroke rehabilitation

Monday, February 19th, 2018 | Filed under Wearables

“Stretchable electronics allow us to see what is going on inside patients' bodies at a level traditional wearables simply cannot achieve,” John A. Rogers, a professor at Northwestern's engineering and medicine schools whose lab developed the material, said in a statement. “The key is to make them as …

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