Wearables

  • Apple Announces 3 New iPhones and More!

    … for a faster and smoother experience. Gaming can be more sophisticated, as shown by a demonstration of a new game called Sky that was played on the new Apple TV using the remote that’s included with the device. This version will also alert you to sporting events and breaking news. You can get notifications when your favorite teams are playing…

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  • A Day Without My Apple Watch — How I Pushed Through

    … The question I get asked most about my Apple Watch is, “What do you use it for?” A day without my Apple Watch showed me clearly the features I missed most when I was without it. The other day something happened to me that hadn’t happened since April 2015 — I was without my Apple Watch. I got my Apple Watch the first day it was released and have…

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  • How Using Wearables Data Can Strengthen Brands’ Outreach

    … If you’re one of the millions of people who received a fitness tracker or smartwatch in the past year, can you honestly say – hand on heart – that you’re still using it? I’m going to take a wild guess that, rather than strapped to your wrist tracking your every waking (and sleeping) moment, it’s now buried among the clutter in a sock drawer…

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  • 8 Excellent Father’s Day Tech Gifts for 2017!

    … an Android phone and has been wanting to get a smart watch, check out the Wear24 watch. This smart watch can connect directly to the Internet, even if you leave your phone behind. Stream music, use GPS and mapping and get phone calls and text messages without your phone being connected to the watch. Choose from different interactive watch faces…

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  • Report: Personal health data should be off-limits to common marketing practices

    … From the cover of the report Personal wearables that track health data can boost your exercise routine or monitor a medical condition. The devices — including digital watches, sensor-equipped clothes, and apps in smartphones — can track heart rates, sleep patterns, calories, stress levels, and someday may store information on our DNA…

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  • 5 Ways Brands Are Using Wearables to Create Unique Marketing Moments

    … fitness trackers, like Fitbit and Jawbone, to smartwatches, by Apple, Samsung, and others, wearables are being worn almost continuously by consumers, and they’re seamlessly collecting data on whereabouts and personal routines. More than 250 million wearables are predicted to be in use by 2018, and more than half of consumers who use wearables (56…

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  • What Do Consumers Think About New Digital Technologies? (Report)

    … Marketing choices are often led by technological developments. With increased reliance on the internet, marketers are catering to internet-first and, in some cases, mobile-only audiences. But what do consumers think of the technologies that could define the near future, such as wearables, virtual reality and live video? A report from text…

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  • Apple Announces iPhone 7, Watch 2 and More

    … Apple’s annual fall event was held yesterday where it announced new products and software, giving you opportunities to buy more tech or update your older tech with software to make it feel new. Two new phones were announced, the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus, as well as a new Apple Watch, new earbuds and more. Partner companies including Nintendo and Nike…

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  • Will search engines fall to AI?

    … Lately, there’s been a rumble pretty much everywhere about artificial intelligence, digital personal assistants, the Internet of Things, wearables and apps for everything. I’ve even written about what the rise of digital assistants means to search. There are some who claim that these new technologies will render search obsolete, passed over…

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  • The future of location-based services

    … [which acquired the MyFitnessPal and Endomondo apps/sites last year]. I think we are going to see a lot of companies making big bets on the marriage of location, health and apparel at SXSW. Wearables go mainstream! Q: Where will LBS be in 10 years? Schneider: We won’t be talking about LBS in 10 years. It will all be wrapped into our fully…

    Aaron Strout/ Marketing Landin Facebook Twitter- 28 readers -
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