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Fitbit dominates wearables market
Fitbit has experienced positive growth in the share market, dominating in the highly competitive wearables space.
New Zealand: Huawei's TalkBand B2 is here
As the second generation of the TalkBand series, the B2 was created at Huawei’s Paris design centre and echoes the design of the Huawei P8 smartphone.
Wearables in the enterprise driving huge market growth
“The release of Apple Watch has opened the flood gates governing wearables’ adoption. Now that the river is running, it's more about where to start."
Wearables take on Australian enterprise
Wearables will be a $1 billion market in Australia by 2018 with enterprise adoption expected to take off from 2017.
Retailers: Make wearables work for you
Wearables offer a number of advantages to retailers, enabling greater customer service and engagement with a target audience.
Will 2015 be the year of the wearables?
While the global wearable technology market hasn’t delivered on high expectations, 2015 could be the year that turns this around.
Apple Watch to propel growth in wearables market, says IDC
The wearables market continues to grow at a rapid rate in 2015, driven by new vendors, end-user awareness and new devices such as the Apple Watch.
5 reasons NOT to buy an Apple Watch!
"When it comes to gadgets these days I think it pays to look at both the pros and the cons of being an early adopter." - Bernard Marr
Only time will tell if the Apple Watch proves a game changer
What apps it will have? How many models will there be, what are their price points? How long will the battery last? Is it really as ugly as sin?
War of the wearables comes to the enterprise
"The global wearables market will grow 35% over the next five years, and by 2019 the enterprise wearables market will be worth $18 billion."
Get ready for the IoT of things onslaught
Consumer adoption of connected devices and smart technology is poised for huge growth, and resellers would be wise to get ready to ride the IoT wave.
Why CIOs need to consider wearable tech in the enterprise
The brave new world of wearable tech - how enterprises can benefit
The digital transformation is coming, are you prepared?
This is the year of digital transformation for business, fuelled by the Internet of Everything (IoE), according to Kevin Bloch, Cisco Australia and Ne
Wearables market set to soar, worth billions by 2020.
The wearables market will be worth US$27bn by 2020, with almost 400 million wearable devices sold.
Not long now until Apple Watch time
Apple Watch is expected to go on sale this coming March, and it is being predicted to sell 2.8 million Apple Watch units in Q1 2015.
Kiwi wearable company takes on the world, starting in Germany
StretchSense, the Auckland based wearable technology firm, has been named a finalist in the WT Innovation World Cup 14/15 - a competition that focuses on key players in the wearable technologies industry.
Say goodbye to Google Glass
Google has announced the Google Glass Explorer Program will be closing and the Explorer Edition of Glass will stop being sold after January 19 2015.
Sony unveils new wearables and announces new partnerships at CES 2015
Sony has introduced new products, partners and experiences to its evolving SmartWear range at the CES 2015 conference.
Sony 'dare to be different' with new wearables
Sony says the SmartWatch 3 is the first smartwatch specifically designed for the latest Android Wear updates.
Epson's Moverio BT-200 smart glasses for more than entertainment
The Moverio BT-200 from Epson are binocular, transparent smart glasses that can be used for entertainment, manufacturing, medical science and more.
Fitbit takes fitness wearables to the next level with new products
The Fitbit Charge, Fitbit Charge HR and Fitbit Surge come with new features including heart rate tracking, GPS, smartwatch functionalities, and all day activity and sleep tracking.
Wearables hit fashion world with Intel smart bracelet
Wearable technology is tiptoeing into the fashion world after huge success in the health and fitness sector.
Will business travellers adopt wearables?
True disruption can only occur when a technology solves a problem in such a way that users can’t imagine doing the same task the old way ever again
Wearables are the latest disruptive technology, Frost and Sullivan says
The latest report by Frost and Sullivan raises the question, will wearables be the next enterprise game changer?