Head-up display

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Wearable computer. Rochester Archives Article—'Buccaneer HUD PDU'. BBC Article—'Pacman comes to life virtually'. 'Clinical evaluation of the 'head-up' display of anesthesia data'. 'When will the Head-up go Civil' – Flight 1968 archive. 'Elliott Brothers to BAE SYSTEMS' – a short history of Elliott Brothers. Head-up Over the Hills – a 1964 Flight International article on flying using an early Specto head-up display. Jaguar Unveils 'Virtual Widescreen' Technology to Assist Drivers – Latin Post.

Fossil Group

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In 2016, Fossil won Fashion Tech Collection of the Year for their connected designer smartwatches and jewelry. Their analog smartwatches and connected jewelry span across their licensed brands such as Diesel, Emporio Armani, Michael Kors, and Kate Spade. "50 WEALTHIEST GREEKS IN AMERICA: 26 -- KOSTA & TOM KARTSOTIS -- $400 MILLION -- WATCHES & LEATHER ACCESSORIES", The National Herald, February 19, 2011. "Fossil – a Vintage Design that Brought Success", Watchalyzer Watches Magazine. Barrett, William P., "Selling Nostalgia and Whimsy", Forbes, November 8, 1993, p. 224. Meadus, Amanda, "Fossil Falters but Watches Tick On", WWD, December 11, 1995, p. 8.

Kevin Lynch (computing)

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He is currently the vice president of technology at Apple Inc., joining in 2013 after working as the chief technology officer of Adobe Systems. Lynch has been responsible for developing the software of Apple's smartwatch project, the Apple Watch, a device he demonstrated at the September 2014 Apple Launch Event. Lynch graduated from Lincoln-Way Central High School in New Lenox, Illinois. He attended the University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) College of Engineering as an undergraduate student, where he studied computer science and interactive computer graphics and worked in the UIC College of Engineering’s Electronic Visualization Laboratory.

Transflective liquid-crystal display

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An early application were digital LCD wristwatches. In dim ambient light or at night a pushbutton-activated backlight allowed reading of the display in its transmissive mode. Digital time displays in alarm clocks for bedrooms still work this way. The backlighting is dim, so that the display is comfortably readable at night. Some 21st century smartwatches such as the Pebble Smartwatch and the Amazfit Stratos also use transflective LCDs. When an illuminance sensor is added for control of the backlight, such a transflective LCD can be read over a wide range of illuminance levels. This technique is often found in automotive instrumentation.

Smart Personal Objects Technology

SPOT
At the Consumer Electronics Show of 2003, Microsoft announced that wristwatches would be the first type of device to utilize the technology in a partnership with watch manufacturers Citizen Watch Co., Fossil, and Suunto. Bill Gates also demonstrated a set of prototype smart watches. SPOT was not Microsoft's foray into the smartwatch business—the company previously co-developed the Timex Datalink with Timex in 1994.

Microsoft Band

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The device functions as a way to promote Microsoft software and license it to developers and OEMs. 1) Optical heart rate monitor. 2) Three-axis accelerometer. 3) Gyrometer. 4) GPS. 5) Microphone. 6) Ambient light sensor. 7) Galvanic skin response sensors. 8) UV sensor. 9) Skin temperature sensor. 10) Capacitive sensor. Smart Personal Objects Technology. Apple Watch. Android Wear. Microsoft Band 2. Fitbit. Garmin.

Omate TrueSmart

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In contrast to other smart watches, the TrueSmart is a standalone smartwatch that can support 3G GSM micro SIM card. The TrueSmart is a full featured Android smartphone in a watch form factor promoted as a smartwatch 2.0 (Telecom Wearable) by Omate to differentiate the device with other traditional smart watches which are mainly companion devices. Its sensors include a magnetometer, a three-axis accelerometer and a GPS. It has a vibrator, a microphone and an audio speaker. The watch is charged and connected to computers using a standard USB cable and an external charging cradle accessory.

Sony Ericsson LiveView

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The Sony Ericsson LiveView is a wearable device that connects to an Android phone and can display Twitter feeds, RSS feeds, SMS, control the phone's media player, and is capable of running third-party plugins obtainable from Google's Play Store. It is compatible with most Android-powered devices. LiveView comes with a belt clip and watch band and features a 128x128 OLED display, and Bluetooth radio. LiveView was introduced on 28 September 2010 and released by the end of the year. Smartwatch. Wearable computer. Sony SmartWatch. Pebble watch. Omate TrueSmart. Official website. Official announcement. Video showing the device. Reviews: Engadget PCmag slashgear.

LG G Watch

JR Raphael of Computerworld liked the LG G Watch's superior dimmed-mode display, comfortable band, and easy-to-use charging cradle, but did not like the uninspired design and poor outdoor visibility display compared to Samsung Gear Live. Wearable computer. Moto 360.

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Additionally, at random, phone calls to the watch may result in the watch restarting.

Samsung Galaxy Gear

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The development of the Galaxy Gear came in the midst of a push towards the growing smartwatch market; Samsung's main competitor Apple had been the subject of rumors suggesting an upcoming watch product, while the Kickstarter-backed Pebble (which reached mass market availability in July 2013) has been credited with creating mainstream interest in the concept. Lee Young-hee, vice president of Samsung's mobile business, revealed in July 2013 that the company had been working on a watch for a long time, and referred to it as a "product for the future".

Sony Mobile

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Sony (then Sony Ericsson) has been making Bluetooth enabled watches from as early as 2006. In 2010 the LiveView smartwatch was launched, featuring a colour OLED display that let the user view notifications and control the music player. Its successor was the Sony SmartWatch in 2012, of which two newer revisions have been made since. In 2014 a fitness tracking band, named SmartBand, was introduced. The device's data is accessed using an Android application named Lifelog, which presents statistics about their everyday activities.

Smartglasses

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Some also have activity tracker functionality features (also known as "fitness tracker") as seen in some GPS watches. As with other lifelogging and activity tracking devices, the GPS tracking unit and digital camera of some smartglasses can be used to record historical data. For example, after the completion of a workout, data can be uploaded onto a computer or online to create a log of exercise activities for analysis. Some smart watches can serve as full GPS navigation devices, displaying maps and current coordinates. Users can "mark" their current location and then edit the entry's name and coordinates, which enables navigation to those new coordinates.

Asus ZenWatch

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The watch has a small power key but an always-on display. The original ZenWatch was succeeded by the ZenWatch 2; both are square-shaped. On November 11, 2016, ASUS released the ZenWatch 3 that has a round face. One feature that distinguishes the ZenWatch 3 from many smartwatches is that you can charge it to 60% charge in only 15 minutes. The Verge praised the design, bright display and the comfort on the wrist, but disliked the inaccurate pedometer and short battery life, and said Android Wear's interface still needs work. Wearable computer. Moto 360.

Hermès

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Samsung Gear S

Using a 3G module the watch itself is able to connect to the Internet, make phone calls and send SMSs without needing a phone. It was the first wearable device to include Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 3G connectivity. * BMW ConnectedDrive for Samsung Gear S Android Wear. Apple Watch. Microsoft Band. Pebble.

Tizen

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Only after the article was published did Samsung, whom Neiderman tried to contact months before, reach out to him to follow up on the report. * Comprehensive list of Tizen devices detailed and incomplete list of devices that run Tizen Smartwatch. Samsung Galaxy Gear. Samsung Gear S. Samsung Gear S2. Samsung Gear S3. Samsung Gear 2. Samsung Gear Fit 2. Samsung Gear Fit. Samsung Gear Fit 2 Pro. Samsung Gear Sport. Samsung Galaxy Watch. Samsung NX200. Samsung NX300. Samsung NX1. Smartphone. Samsung Z. Samsung Z1. Samsung Z2. Samsung Z3. Samsung Z4. Comparison of mobile operating systems. Sailfish OS. KaiOS.

WIMM One

Wearable computer. Wristwatch computer. Official website. @WIMMLabs. Micro App Store. WIMM One Community on Google+.

List of iOS devices

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;Official Apple sites List of iPod models. iOS version history. iPhone (disambiguation). iPad (disambiguation). Apple support technical specifications. iPhone. iPad. iPod Touch. Apple TV.

Mobile interaction

Apple iPhone. Mobile device. Handheld game consoles. Mobile phone. Mobile phone form factor. Personal digital assistant. Portable media player. Smartphone. Tablet. Mobile web. Pervasive game, Mobile game. Portable computer. Laplet. Laptop. Netbook. Wearable computer. Head-mounted display. Smartglasses. Smartwatch. Bertini, Enrico; Calì, Andrea; Catarci, Tiziana; Gabrielli, Silvia; Kimani, Stephen (2005). "Interaction-Based Adaptation for Small Screen Devices". User Modeling, Lecture Notes in Computer Science. Springer Berlin / Heidelberg. ISBN: 978-3-5402-7885-6. Tarasewich, Peter (2003). "Designing mobile commerce applications". Communications of the ACM. ISSN 0001-0782.

Bracelet

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Having newborn babies wear an azabache (a gold bracelet or necklace with a black or red coral charm in the form of a fist), is believed to protect them from the evil eye. Taken in the plural, bracelets is often used as slang for handcuffs. Alternative health bracelets, such as ionized bracelets, karma bracelets, magnetic bracelets, Power Balance hologram bracelets, etc., are a separate group not distinguished by their design but rather the beneficial function claimed for them by their manufacturers and distributors. Karma bracelets are made from wood beads and may contain various charms, and are associated with bringing good luck and good karma to those who choose to wear it.

Thermometer

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., "For primary thermometers the measured property of matter is known so well that temperature can be calculated without any unknown quantities. Examples of these are thermometers based on the equation of state of a gas, on the velocity of sound in a gas, on the thermal noise voltage or current of an electrical resistor, and on the angular anisotropy of gamma ray emission of certain radioactive nuclei in a magnetic field." In contrast, "Secondary thermometers are most widely used because of their convenience. Also, they are often much more sensitive than primary ones. For secondary thermometers knowledge of the measured property is not sufficient to allow direct calculation of temperature.

Old English

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Old English (Ænglisc, Anglisc, Englisc, ), or Anglo-Saxon, is the earliest historical form of the English language, spoken in England and southern and eastern Scotland in the early Middle Ages. It was brought to Great Britain by Anglo-Saxon settlers probably in the mid-5th century, and the first Old English literary works date from the mid-7th century. After the Norman conquest of 1066, English was replaced, for a time, as the language of the upper classes by Anglo-Norman, a relative of French. This is regarded as marking the end of the Old English era, as during this period the English language was heavily influenced by Anglo-Norman, developing into a phase known now as Middle English.

Touchscreen

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In 1990, HCIL demonstrated a touchscreen slider, which was later cited as prior art in the lock screen patent litigation between Apple and other touchscreen mobile phone vendors (in relation to ). In 1991–1992, the Sun Star7 prototype PDA implemented a touchscreen with inertial scrolling. In 1993, IBM released the IBM Simon the first touchscreen phone. An early attempt at a handheld game console with touchscreen controls was Sega's intended successor to the Game Gear, though the device was ultimately shelved and never released due to the expensive cost of touchscreen technology in the early 1990s.