Wearables show how flexible they can be

Just as phones shape-shifted from the clunky 1980s’ model, to the ‘Mars bar’ phone and then the slim, sleek iPhone, experts believe wearable devices will also reduce in weight and size, while introducing new functionality, writes Caroline Hayes.

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Healthcare listens out for a power boost

Today’s discrete hearing aids benefit from efficient power management for lightweight, convenient devices, writes Caroline Hayes

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RTOS, the invisible support for wearable design

The best kind of wearable device is one that does not scream ‘notice me’. Caroline Hayes finds out how developers can focus on differentiating products with technology that fades into fashion.

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Keeping an eye of trends at Computex 2017

Earlier this month, Computex 2017, welcomed over 41,000 visitors from 167 countries. The show continues to grow and the organiser, the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) has implemented new areas to track technology trends to reflect the changes in the industry. Wearable technology was represented, reports Caroline Hayes.

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