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The 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas offered a glimpse of the possibilities of wearable tech. The trend is moving back toward hardware again, after a large amount of attention for cloud computing software.
As the cloud industry increased its market share, hardware faded into the background of the tech world. Happily the wave of innovation in wearable tech is encouraging companies like HTC and Intel to jump back on the hardware bandwagon and take advantage of the latest shift. The personal computer is literally becoming more personal, as devices track sleep patterns, health statistics and display computer screens through smart eyeglasses.
At his CES keynote, Intel CEO Brian Krzanich introduced the Edison project with a completely different spin on the future of the mobile industry and the wearable device revolution that is upon us. It’s a marked shift in the direction of technology development that breaks from the smartphone (“computer in your pocket”) concept and what the industry calls “tethered devices.”
With more companies realizing the important shift in consumer tech, here is a glimpse into the future of the wearable technology industry:
The world of wearable tech is still in its infancy. Big brands are racing to augment their market share. It’s exciting to see the rapid development in technology and design in this new industry. Wearable tech will help us become more accountable with our health, drive up productivity at work, and offer assisted information quicker.
For the latest trends in wearable tech, follow us on Twitter @ARTEMIA_Comm. Tweet us what your current favorite device is with the hashtag #wearabletech. We’ll be sure to share our latest findings on industry news.
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