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Wearable aims to make lucid dreaming in reach for all

By Staff Writer 12 July 2018

Lucid dreaming, and self directed dreaming, may well be in reach for all if the iBand+ accomplishes its aim. FULL STORY >

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Toshiba enhances smart glass workflow solutions with new “pick-by-vision” offering

By Press Release 11 July 2018

Toshiba today announces the arrival of its latest enhanced dynaEdge DE-100 and AR100 Viewer Assisted Reality smart glass solution, xPick. FULL STORY >

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Embr Wave brings relief to the cold

By Ryan Noik 5 July 2018

The Embr Wave is a thermostat for your body, and has been receiving good responses for its assistance in fighting cold weather. FULL STORY >

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Qualcomm to design new processors for Wear OS smartwatches

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 9 May 2018

The company plans to produce new silicon specifically designed at the latest batch of Wear OS-sporting smartwatches. FULL STORY >

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Intel decides to ditch its plan for smart glasses

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 19 April 2018

The company cites lack of investment for its decision. FULL STORY >

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Why the time is ripe for wearables in the enterprise

By Opinion 23 March 2018

Organisations are now willing to unlock the potential wearables devices have, says Ronald Ravel, Director B2B South Africa, Toshiba South Africa. He explains why wearables have a place in enterprises now. FULL STORY >

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Fitbit announces new Versa smartwatch and Ace wearable

By Staff Writer 14 March 2018

A smartwatch for all? FULL STORY >

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Google reportedly rebranding Android Wear as Wear OS

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 12 March 2018

The company's wearable platform could be getting a rebrand, along with a new name and open operating system. FULL STORY >

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Look mum, no keyboard

By Staff Writer 22 February 2018

Always wanted to tap on your desk and make it perform as a keyboard? The Tap wearable Bluetooth ‘keyboard’ does just that. FULL STORY >

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German telecoms agency bans smartwatches amid surveillance concerns

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 20 November 2017

The jury may still be out on smartwatches, but a German telecoms agency views them as a possible surveillance threat, banning the devices in the native European country. FULL STORY >

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Harvard and MIT develop smart tattoo for health tracking

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 2 October 2017

Taking wearables a step further? FULL STORY >

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Apple Watch Series 3 introduced to wearable offerings

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 13 September 2017

While much of the focus for last night's Apple event was directed at its new iPhones, the company did reveal its latest iteration of wearable with the Apple Watch Series 3. FULL STORY >

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The promise of wearable tech in the workplace – why it makes sense for any business

By Opinion 5 September 2017

Sandra Crous, vice president for Midmarket Africa & Middle East at Sage. Sandra writes about the promise of wearable technology in the workplace. FULL STORY >

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A closer look at the LG Watch Style

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 4 September 2017

With the jury still out on smartwatches, the new LG Watch Style has us excited again… at least in terms of how it looks. FULL STORY >

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ORII is a ring that doubles as a Bluetooth earpiece

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 25 July 2017

Using "bone conduction" technology, the Orii ring is a Kickstarter project that turns a ring into a Bluetooth earpiece. FULL STORY >

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