Connections are BOLD! at the Samsung Developer Conference 2014

The Samsung Developer Conference 2014 was an exciting few days and took place November 11-13, 2014 showcasing Smart devices, Smart homes and Smart people! The future of wearables, and the opportunity to participate and present in the future of Connected Living was all the rage.

3 Ways Indoor-GPS with iBeacons Improve the Retail Experience

Improve the retail experience inside big spaces like department stores, concert venues and sport arenas with indoor GPS (iBeacons).

Fabulously Fit: Tory Burch for Fitbit

It's time to Upscale our Wearables! Tory Burch and Fitbit recently unveiled their collaborative work as the fashion forward company joins with the fitness tech company. The line introduces a large bracelet and a pendant necklace where the Tory Burch Signature design and technology meet!

Safe, Fit and Kid-Friendly Wearable Devices

Wearable Devices have definitely developed into another come in all shapes and sizes. One of the newest ways to know where your children are - thats right wearable devices. Innovations from companies such as LeapFrog and LG are using these devices to promote safety and health to our young generation via technology.

Smart Health and Fitness: Bands, Trackers and Watches

While healthcare dominates wearable tech, fitness activity bands, smart wearable bands and smart watches are all at different stages in consumer engagement as the leading latest tech trends influences global companies like Apple, Samsung and Google to expand. 

A BOLD! New View: Google Smart Contact Lens

Google glasses have sparked controversy with many consumers in some cases, Glass users commonly known as “Glassholes” have been kicked out of restaurants for allegedly taking pictures of unsuspecting citizens and this is just the beginning. Imagine - contact lens cameras sounds like a technology of a James Bond Film, no?

Wearable Trend: Biosensing

Biosensing Wearables - mobile accessories which allow continuous physiological monitoring and in turn enhance user experience. Of the 90 million predicted wearable devices to be shipped in 2014, it is predicted that 74 million of those will be biosensing. ABI Research projects the wearable device sales volumes in 2014 to come from healthcare and sports and activity trackers. Significant potential to disrupt consumer electronics and the healthcare markets.