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In the quest to make wearable electronics useful, researchers take a close look at the neck.
The Vehicle ICT FEELythm is the latest product by Fujitsu aimed at making the tech vendor a larger player in the growing wearables and IoT markets.
To date, there have been four versions of Bluetooth. The original Bluetooth was primarily designed for streaming data, so you'll find it in a lot of audio devices like streaming audio players, speakers, and wireless headphones. The newest version, Bluetooth 4.0 — also called Bluetooth LE and Bluetooth Smart — is much more power-efficie...
Bluetooth SIG members make a splash at CES
CBR looks at 10 IoT products showcased at CES 2015, all focusing on making the home Smart.
Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi, which passed both Apple and Samsung to become the most popular smartphone maker in China last year, just announced a new connected home strategy.
The plan is for IoTivity to sit between the radios such as Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and the higher level apps the device uses. It’s middleware that aims to make things run smoothly without a lot of user or programmer intervention.
On the smart home front, you couldn't turn around without hitting your head on a connected light bulb or some other household gadget equipped with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Zigbee, Z-Wave, or some other wireless radio.
Fossil had one of the first Bluetooth-tethered watches on the market — as far as back seven years ago — but the category never took off for the company.
Elgato announced a line of sensors for your home that collect data on air quality, humidity, air pressure, temperature as well as energy and water consumption using Bluetooth wireless technology.
But attendees will also see gadgets and devices that monitor your health when you aren't wearing workout clothes, such as an arm chair said to help you get fit while you watch TV, and a Bluetooth-enabled pacifier that lets parents know when baby is running a fever.
The Bluetooth Special Interest Group has announced the finalists of its 2015 Bluetooth Breakthrough Awards that applaud the most innovative products and applications developed for the wireless protocol today.
Forget smartwatches and the Google Glass - 2015 may be the year of the ear for wearable technology.
The BlipTrack platform is being used to monitor real-time pedestrian flow, visitor dwell time and movement patterns from the moment they enter an area to when they leave. It can identify the number of people, where and when they shop. It can also be used to monitor the impact of large events such as this month’s annual Christmas market...
Smart glasses like Google Glass get put to the test in the enterprise, while smartwatches slowly woo consumers thanks to the Apple Watch.