wearables

US wearables market surges to $2bn in Q2

After years of letting the industry down, the wearables segment has seemingly finally got its act together, with sales totalling $2 billion in the second quarter of 2019.

Wearables are on the up – IDC

Global shipments of wearable devices are increasingly healthily increasing, according to IDC estimates, up 55% to 49.6 million over the first three months of 2019.

Intel set to be another wearables casualty

It’s a sub-sector which has promised more false dawns than the England Football team, and now it seems the wearables division has claimed Intel as its latest victim,

Breakthrough for wearables predicted, yet again

Wearables have been a promise for the technology industry ever since science fiction movies showcased wonderful uses for the gear, but time and time again, we’ve been disappointed. That said, CCS Insight think it’s about to kick off.

Ericsson jumps on the tetherless bandwagon

Ericsson has released new VoLTE based core network multi-SIM voice call functionality, to essentially allow operators to offer voice services on multiple SIM-based devices.

Tetherless Apple Watch set to launch for the lucky 32%

Apple has lined up its latest attempt to convince people there is value in smartwatches, but only if you are part of the lucky 32% who live in the right country, and have a contract with the right operator.

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