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Feature: Wearable tech - past and future innovations

Wearable tech - past and future innovations

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Brand new inventions are announced frequently - some are designed to make our lives easier and others to help us monitor what we do each day. And, with the latest developments, we don't need to carry around our favourite gadgets by hand - many of them are now wearable. In 2016, 61 million fitness, activity and sports trackers were sold along with 14 million wearable cameras and 15 million virtual and augmented reality headsets. Read More >>


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Feature: How IoT and Connected Devices Are Changing the Way We Think About Cybersecurity

How IoT and Connected Devices Are Changing the Way We Think About Cybersecurity

Today's technology is connected and smart, or at the very least, it collects user and performance data. We now have smart locks and garage door openers, smart appliances, smart vehicles and even smart pet devices. On the enterprise side, we have Internet of Things (IoT) sensors for tracking goods and shipments and smart machinery in manufacturing. With each new device connected to a network or the internet comes a significant increase in vulnerability.

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Feature: Content Insider #564 - Speak Up

Content Insider #564 - Speak Up

Smart Things Still Don't Play Well Together

AI at home? Don't have it. Don't want it. Oh sure we've got smart speakers, smart thermostat, some smart lights, smart TV but they're just smart enough to do what they're told. True Netflix and Amazon Prime suggest entertainment based on stuff we watch but when we say no they don't insist that they know better than we do. We call them smart, we call them assistants. We don't call them AI because we've heard the stories, seen the movies and they never seem to end well. Right now they're smart...just not smart enough to talk to each other, work together.

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Technology: Content Insider #556 - Climb Aboard

Content Insider #556 - Climb Aboard

Autonomy Will Reshape Transportation More Than You Think

Even with the latest "self-driving" incidents self-driving transportation is coming faster than you think. The industry is designing, testing, installing and promoting more safety solutions. Automatic emergency braking, adaptive cruise control and self-parking features are paving the way. Millennials ­ the tech-savvy generation ­ have more faith in cars that drive themselves. Sitting in a miles long parking lot for hours on end is a big waste of time. Seeing people fiddling with their phone or driving under the influence really ticks folks off...and they're a menace to me! But if you're only going to be a passenger why buy the car...

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Feature: Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Trends by Forecast to 2023

Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready Market Analysis, Size, Share, Growth and Trends by Forecast to 2023

Bluetooth technology also offers developers a powerful, secure, low-power and low-cost wireless communications specification. Bluetooth sensors is collecting and wirelessly sharing data with applications stored directly on Bluetooth compatible devices or in the cloud. Thus, growth of smart wireless sensors is one of the major driving factors for the growth of Bluetooth Smart and Smart Ready market.

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Feature: Adhesive and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices Estimated to Grow at 7.21% CAGR to Reach USD 7,946.8 Million by 2023

Adhesive and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices Estimated to Grow at 7.21% CAGR to Reach USD 7,946.8 Million by 2023

An analyst from Market Research Future (MRFR)'s team said, 'Global Adhesives and Sealants Market for Handheld Devices was valued at USD 4,882.6 million in 2016 and is expected to grow at 7.21% CAGR to reach USD 7,946.8 million by the end of 2023. Adhesives & sealants for handheld devices are gaining traction in the global market with the rapidly changing technologies allied with the portable gadgets and devices such as mobile phones & tablets, gaming laptops and detachable laptops among others. The design sophistication of latter mentioned devices and the miniaturization trend requires bonding agents that doesn't jeopardize the quality and performance of these devices, which in turn is driving the global market.

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