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Today, Aricent announced the Aricent ADAPT (Adaptable Technology) wearable platform, which will enable Original Equipment Manufacturers (OEMs) to accelerate the introduction of connected wearables for children. The Aricent ADAPT platform features the Qualcomm Snapdragon™ Wear 1100 processor designed for...
Wearables bring along with them a sense of connectivity unlike any other. You go for a run, the phone might feel heavy in your pocket. The solution? A smart watch. Still not comfortable? Get a Fitbit. Still troubling? Let’s...
Note: This article is for informational purposes only. Do not try this at any formal examination. As they say, "To catch a thief, think like a thief." With the advances, the devices are becoming smart, and people are becoming fools....
Engineers at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a rather interesting method of interacting with your smartwatch. In a exciting new development, addition of their designed board turns your skin into a touchscreen for your smartwatch. Who knows, you won't...
Wearable are electronic devices which are small and light weight so can born by the user. They are getting adopted as watches, fashion accessory, fitness tracker, security devices or specialized medical gadgets. A wearable device may be independent in...
With the increase in usage of smartphones, opportunities for applications using mobile phones have also increased. This coupled with connectivity options such as Bluetooth and Near Field Communication and add-on devices to the phones have become very popular as...
Tata group has shown interest in adding wearables to it's already vast portfolio. It’s developing wrist devices for two markets, for the yoga enthusiasts' a watch that tracks breathing patterns, alertness and other metrics key to practitioners of the ancient...
"The best project you’ll ever work on is you,” said a wise man once. Most of us being avid DIYers working on interesting electronics projects, adding a project to work on our health would be considered a welcome move....
Columbia Engineering Team led by Shree K. Nayar, T.C. Chang Professor of Computer Science, has developed a novel sheet camera that can be wrapped around everyday objects to capture images that cannot be taken with conventional cameras. The team...
With an 0.1 mm precision in embroidering circuits into fabrics, The Ohio State University have reached a new milestone in developing wearable electronics. This advance is the next step toward designing functional textiles-clothes that gather, store or transmit digital...