Tag Archives: wearable tech

WebSummit panel to highlight wearable’s next top model

WebSummit is shaping up to be THE technology event of the year, and we’ll be there to cover it. Join WTW editor-in-chief Simon Jones as he moderates the “Wearable’s next top model”

World’s first Pokémon Go Wearable

It was inevitable that a Pokémon GO wearable would surface sooner or later. The new Pokémon Go Plus is a $35 wrist-worn device backed by semiconductor manufacturer Dialog, which says “the SmartBond DA14580

The PitPat of tiny footsteps – a dedicated fitness tracker for your pooch

A couple of years ago, my expectations were shattered after putting a Fitbit on our family dog. I’d expected a good 20,000 steps per day – but what the readouts showed was

Fitbit’s lowest-ever stock price: Cause for alarm?

On paper, it would be one of the greatest wearables success stories – clearly recognized as the market leader in terms of sales (and to an extent, for its products too), two

Is there an Apple Watch use case?

Arriving at #NEM360 in Stockholm today*, we struck up conversation with a fellow Apple Watch owner. Here’s how the conversation went: Him: “I’m actually really disappointed with it” WTW: “Really?” Him: “I

Fitbit Blaze is a new “smart fitness watch”

It’s CES week – and that means a slew of new wearables, including a second “smart fitness watch” from wristband market leader Fitbit. Fitbit is sensibly trying to expand its range beyond

Smartwatch, smartband or both? Take our survey

Today we’re launching a short survey to try and take the pulse of the wearable tech market. Do you own a smartwatch, a smartband, or both? Let us know, take our two-minute

To succeed, wearable tech must become invisible

We’ve passed the fad phase: Nobody’s impressed if you’re wearing a tracker on your wrist or hip to count your steps / tally your abs / count your heartbeats as you work

Misfit Shine 2 is here – if you can tell the difference

With a fanfare, Misfit today introduced the long-awaited Shine 2 – the follow-up to its hugely successful crowd-funded wearable that put the Californian start-up on the map a couple of years back.

Analysis: Fitbit’s week from hell

Fresh from its IPO, wearables firm Fitbit saw its stock price fall off a cliff after declaring its first quarterly results as a public company. The drop – which took place over