Someday in the future, wearable devices could become like underwear — something you feel vulnerable leaving home without. But that day has not come yet.
Adidas is taking the smartwatch craze and running with it. The popular sports brand announced today that it is coming out with a smartwatch of its own, entering the increasingly competitive and crowded arena of wearable devices.
Editor’s Pick In the still-nascent digital health space, Apple could serve as a regulator of sorts — a platform, perhaps or a hub — just as it has done with smartphone apps, music, podcasts, and even online courses.
Guest Post If you’re not sold on mobile payments or NFC, then you probably haven’t considered how the smartwatch is going to change both of them.
Should Apple tackle the watch industry or television next? If you look at the profit potential, it looks like the iWatch wins out.
Using Bluetooth, a prototype smartwatch called Pebble will connect to your iPhone or Android device to fetch calendar alerts, show social media updates, display caller ID for incoming calls, and run simple applications.