Tag Archives: CES

2015: Truly the year of wearable tech?

One year ago, pundits declared that we were entering the so-called Year of Wearable Technology. Here at Wearable Tech Watch, we’d say these predictions were not wrong, but just a year early,

What’s missing at CES in #wearabletech?

There’s a lot of hype around #wearabletech at this year’s CES, and some interesting-looking announcements from vendors like Sony, LG and even Intel. But aside from the flood of wristband-based “eco systems”,

There’s gonna be a (wrist) revolution

Smartwatches look like they’ll play a major role at CES, the show even has a dedicated exhibition area called Wrist Revolution (no snickering please) featuring 10 firms. Among them is the navigation

Europe is already lagging behind in wearable technology

As the world waits for a predicted slew of wearable technology launching at CES next week, Europe is starting to lag behind the US, as European consumers continue to wait for most

What’s *not* launching at CES … the iWatch

Ignore the fanboi hype – there’s no way that an Apple iWatch – or iAnything – will launch at CES in Las Vegas in early January. It’s not Apple’s style, nor is

Christmas buying guide for Wearable Technology: Part Two

The Jawbone, Nike+ Fuelband and Fitbit devices might be the poster children of the wearable technology wave (as in Part One), but if you’re on a budget or looking for alternatives, there

ERI is the next-generation #wearabletech wristband

When I recently blogged a shopping list of “must have” requirements for the next-generation of smart wristband, Jimmy Liao got the memo. We met up last week in Shenzhen, China, where Hong Kong-based

Wearable tech will be big at CES in January

Expect wearable technology to be one of the stars of the show at CES this January. The Consumer Electronics Show, taking place in Las Vegas, has long been a tech-fest (among other