The emerging wearable-technology sector has created a boom market for research reports that say it's going to be a boom market.Generator Research says that the wearable-device market will grow from $8 billion this year to $101.2 billion in 2018.
Q: Recently I have been feeling overwhelmed by technology. I have two mobile phones, a tablet, plus several laptops that seem to be taking over my life. Do you ever “unplug”? If so, how do you do it? I feel like my world will come crashing down if I miss a single email...
This story isn’t about someone like you, it’s about you. Your unique habits, preferences and expectations. It’s about how you like to start your holiday shopping early and how you are the master of multi-tasking, regularly completing your banking on your smartphone while you’re in transit on your daily commute.
Wearable technology has come a long way since the first wristwatch was made by Patek Philippe & Co of Switzerland in 1868. Today, wearable devices can monitor our health, track our diets -- and potentially save our lives.
Since Steve Jobs introduced the world to the iPhone and iPad, there has been a mass adoption of smart phones and tablets, creating changes in the working environment and enabling lifestyle benefits for workers, Dominic Orr, CEO and president of Aruba Networks told Database.
According to the business IT and communication provider's 2010 Star Email Survey, 19 of employees claiming they spend an hour each day managing emails, while 20 percent say they dedicate more than an hour each day to the task.