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Xiaomi steps further into the wearables market with a pair of smart shoes

Your smarts may originate in your brain, but that doesn’t mean they can’t manifest themselves in your feet. At least, not if Xiaomi has anything to say about it. The company has just released a pair of smart shoes.

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MWC 2017 Trends: Waterproof phones are in, wearables are out, and nostalgia is king

MWC sets the trends for the mobile world each year, and this year, we’ve seen five big trends emerging: waterproof phones, nostalgic tech, TV tech in phones, no wearables, and the survival of the headphone jack.

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Apple could be planning new wearables, starting with Carl Zeiss smart glasses

Apple might be looking to get in on a risky market where Google famously failed with its botched Google Glass project. According to rumors, Apple is currently exploring smart glasses as part of a push into augmented reality.

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Fossil could be the only company that really gets wearables right in 2017

Fossil is taking the same approach to its wearable tech as it does to its fashion-forward watch range, by updating them seasonally to reflect the latest trends. We’ve been looking at the latest versions.

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Apple could be planning new wearables push, starting with smart glasses

Apple might be looking to get in on a risky market where Google famously failed with its botched Google Glass project. According to rumors, Apple is currently exploring smart glasses as part of a push into augmented reality.

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AT&T is getting into the healthcare wearables field with Biotricity

A new partnership between Biotricity, a medical diagnostic and consumer healthcare tech company, and AT&T means that AT&T is now responsible for granting “near real-time connectivity for [Biotricity devices’] data transmission.”

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Jiobit aims to make wearables so discreet they’re practically invisible

Jiobit is building a revolutionary chip that, using machine learning and contextual clues, could drastically improve the battery life of wearables. It’s working on smartwatches for kids., but it has bigger plans for the future.

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Forget the grown-ups! Here are the best wearables for kids

Seems like the adults are always the ones having fun with technology. Forget ’em! From safety to fun, here are some of the best smartwatches, fitness trackers, and other wearables for kids.

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Qualcomm aims for more efficient wearables with latest chip

Rather than bringing more computing power to wearable devices, Qualcomm is aiming for efficiency with its new Snapdragon Wear 1100 chip. Announced today at Computex, it's meant for small wearables that won't be able to fit in large batteries. The com…
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Wearables are already impacting the healthcare industry, and here’s how

With the ubiquity of fitness trackers that promise to keep tabs on your heart rate, your sleeping cycles, and your well-being, it’s no surprise that the healthcare industry has been one of the most heavily impacted by the wearable boom.

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Fossil pops out 7 more stylish wearables, including two Android Wear smartwatches

Fossil is making good on its promise to deliver 100 new connected devices before the end of the year. It announced two new Android Wear devices, new fitness trackers, and even new “smart analog watches.”

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Garmin’s latest wearables know what sport you’re doing

Garmin has revealed the Vivoactive HR sports watch and Vivofit 3 activity tracker, which look like solid improvements over the previous models in both design and features. For the Vivoactive HR smartwatch, the biggest updatel is the built-in heart ra…
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5 wearables that are actually improving our health

From children’s health to women’s safety, wearable tech now covers a broad spectrum of uses, and it would seem that we’ve only seen the tip of the iceberg when it comes to these devices’ true potential. Here are some of our favorite health wearables.

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Apple Watch surpasses all other wearables by a large margin, according to report

The Apple Watch is the hottest wearable by a country mile, according to a new report that claims 75 percent of wearable sales were Apple branded. Samsung took second place in the battle, and analysts claim it will receive a large boost from the Gear S2 launch.

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