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Analyst insight. LVMH's TAG Heuer Has Plans for Smartwatch - The Business of Fashion. ZURICH, Switzerland — French luxury group LVMH’s watch brand TAG Heuer has plans to launch its own smartwatch, the head of its watch business told a Swiss newspaper.
“We want to launch a smartwatch at TAG Heuer, but it must not copy the Apple Watch,” Jean-Claude Biver told Sunday newspaper NZZ am Sonntag. Switzerland’s watch industry is facing competition from smartwatches that allow its wearers to make calls, receive messages or monitor their fitness by connecting to their smartphone. 6 Core Beliefs Behind the New 'Apple Watch' CUPERTINO, United States — For more than three years, Jonathan Ive, the mastermind design guru behind iconic Apple consumer electronics products, from the iMac to the iPod to the iPad, has secretly been working on a wearable technology device — the Apple Watch — together with a team of 17 designers at Apple’s campus-like headquarters in California’s Silicon Valley.
Given the notorious secrecy that surrounds Apple’s new product launches and the company’s track record of transforming entire product categories, members of both the fashion and tech tribes have been eagerly waiting to see what Ive and his colleagues — including former fashion executives like Paul Deneve — have developed; and to decode Apple’s thinking behind what is its biggest new product launch since the game-changing iPad and the first for the company under the guidance of chief executive Tim Cook, who replaced Apple’s visionary founder, Steve Jobs, after his death in 2011. Wearable Technology Market Set to Explode, Could Reach $50 Billion, Says Credit Suisse. LONDON, United Kingdom — On Friday, Credit Suisse issued a report on the rise of wearable devices — personal accessories with embedded sensors, displays and other digital technology, such as Nike’s FuelBand, Google’s Internet-connected eyewear and Apple’s rumoured iWatch — calling them “a mega trend” that has hit “an inflection point in market adoption” and will have “a significant and pervasive impact on the economy,” reports Barron’s.
The “wearables” market, currently concentrated in health and fitness and estimated to be worth between $3 billion to $5 billion, is set to explode, said the report, reaching $30 billion to $50 billion over the next three to five years, as sensors and battery life improve and an ecosystem of entrepreneurs start to build thousands of apps and services on top of wearable devices, just as they have done for smartphones. Why wearable tech needs fashion to survive and to thrive. In the future, our clothes will replace our devices.
Log in to SlideShare. What if Fashion Designers Made the Apple Watch? Almost no one from the style-conscious demographic fell head-over-heels with what everyone thought would be called the “iWatch”.
The reactions however were very honest. “It’s not pretty” – Roseanne Morrise, a fashion director from industry consultant The Donegar Group, was very astute. Alexa Chung chided about the dorkinesss and male supermodel Arthur Kulkov thinks it doesn’t look “manly” enough. UK wearable tech market set to be worth £104 million this Christmas. · 1,028,800 million wearable devices predicted to be sold in the UK this Christmas across core wearable technology areas · People in the UK are forecast to spend £104.7 million on wearable technology this Christmas, more than Germany, Spain and The Netherlands who were also polled · The wearables market as a whole is forecast be worth £313.6 million in 2014 for UK retailers, the second highest in Europe after Germany According to research released today by Samsung Electronics, 2014 is set to be the year that the wearables sector begins making a significant economic impact with its predicted value across the UK, Germany, Spain and the Netherlands expected to hit £924.2 million by the end of the year.
Google To Expand Market Share In Wearable Technology - Google Inc. (NASDAQ:GOOG) European Wearable Technology Market Looks Great - Outlook 2019. Research and Markets: European Wearable Technology Market Outlook 2019 – Major Vendors are Google Inc.
Microsoft, Sony, Samsung, Nike and Adidas Research and Markets ( has announced the addition of the “European Wearable Technology Market – Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends and Forecast, 2013 – 2019″ report to their offering. Europe wearable technology market was valued at USD 308.69 million in 2013, growing at a CAGR of 42.1% from 2014 to 2019 Wearable technology market is a niche market with current domination of a few players. As the technology is new and there are few players, the prices of the products are high. Wearable Tech Could Soon Replace SIM Cards & Logins. Earlier this week, Comcast has turned on around 50,000 Arris Touchstone Telephony Wireless Gateway Modems in the Houston area as part of their plans to create a massive public WiFi network for their customers.
This new feature will allow Comcast customers to log in on the hotspots for free through a smartphone or other mobile devices and a computer. BB.Suit 0.2 is a 3D-Knitted "Onesie" That Purifies the Air Around It. The Latest in Wearable Tech: Electronic Music-Inspired Clothing. New York City-based design consultancy and R&D; lab CRATED worked with circuitry and hardware innovations startup Botfactory to create a piece of garment that reacts to ambient music. Dubbed as Sync, the audio responsive “VJ shirt” features a plus sign-shaped LED on its front that pulses with varying intensity depending on the background music.
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