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Wearables and Technology Lifestyle

Technology is everywhere, and its presence is increasing at an exponential rate, finding its way into all avenues of our lives. From the Smartphone of today that has more computing power than personal computers from just a few years ago, to the IoT and the billions of connected devices that reside within.

There is no escaping the march of technology, and no denying the speed of its advance, we can either turn our back on it or embrace the chance to see just how far we can go.

Humanity has always been a pioneer, pushing the boundaries of current thinking and technology to improve how we live, how we produce our food, drive our cars or light our homes.

The Technology Lifestyle is here and here to stay, and whether you are heavily involved in technology design or simply enjoy using the products, it’s all a Technology Lifestyle choice.

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SyedRaza

Wearables and Technology Lifestyle

January 7, 2019 15:52

What is the top design challenge for IoT and wearables applications?

The Internet of Things and wearables revolution has changed everything. The need to survive remotely from small batteries or even from harvested environmental energy has become greater than ever and affects the entire development.

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SyedRaza

Wearables and Technology Lifestyle

February 4, 2019 15:51

A new challenge emerges for wearable and IoT applications

Power consumption has always been a top industry challenge. While engineers are no strangers to low-power design, the requirements of the next generation of portable, roamable and battery-operated wearables applications and IoT has revealed a trend.

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