New Australian wearable technology launched at the Australian National University by Brisbane-based health-tech company WearOptimo, with partner company Aspen Medical, is designed to help in giving people wearing the microwearable sensors who are suffering from heat stress and dehydration, an instant read-out of body water or hydration levels.
GPS and wearable technology specialist Garmin has been hit by an outage and there are suspicions that this may be due to a Windows ransomware attack.
The modern nature of warehouses and the need for faster and seamless processes to meet tighter deadlines, means that Manager must now be able to communicate with warehouse operators one-to-one, at any time, or with multiple workers, in multiple parts of the warehouse – all at once.
Law enforcement is expected to lead the way in the incorporation of biometrics into wearable technology as concerns mount about privacy issues with data stored in the cloud.
Research firm Gartner predicts 18.4% growth in the wearables market in 2016, and a further 17.5% in 2017.
Australian aerospace company TAE is to commercialise the CSIRO’s Guardian Mentor Remote (GMR) wearable technology system making it available to the global aerospace industry.
US tech journalists are always first to try out Apple’s latest and greatest, with solid reviews arriving a couple of days before pre-orders officially begin.
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Space - it is the final frontier, and soon you’ll be wondering whether you have enough space on your wrist for your personal and enterprise wearables, and like some analysts, wondering whether wearables will be a positive for enterprise use and a gateway to the Internet of Things.
Three new fitness trackers are on the way from fitness wearables leader, Fitbit, with long awaited auto heart rate tracking, smartwatch functionality with GPS, auto sleep tracking, the time finally being displayed and plenty more.
The future is bright for the wearables market with predictions that the worldwide smartwatch and wristband market is set to take-off, with smartwatches expected to comprise 40% of consumer wristworn devices by 2016.
Cloud pioneer Salesforce.com has launched Salesforce Wear, which it says is the industry's first initiative for wearable computing in the enterprise.
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Tailor M.J. Bale has taken wearable technology to the next level, creating a suit with a contactless payment chip that works at any Visa payWave terminal.
In what is claimed as a wearable tech first, Australian tailor and menswear company M.J. Bale has teamed up with the Heritage Bank and Visa to create a suit with a contactless payment chip and antenna fused into the sleeve.
It started with Siri, and now voice recognition technology is set to change the way we interact with all our devices, from phones to fridges and everything in between.
Apple’s heavily rumoured iWatch is being slated for a Q3 2014 release date and will feature a UV light exposure sensor, if new reports are to be believed.
The Australian Law Reform Commission (ALRC) has called for further reform of Australia's privacy laws, recommending new technology-neutral surveillance laws that would potentially affect Google Glass, among others.
Google has signed a deal with Luxottica Group, the company behind Ray Ban and Oakley, to help add a bit of fashion sense to Google Glass.
There is “unprecedented potential” for emerging technologies to reshape how work gets done, how businesses grow, and how markets and industries evolve, according to an industry analyst who says CIOs are going to be preoccupied with data, mobile, social media, cyber-security and cloud services over the next two years.
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