Atmosphere (unit)

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The ata unit is used in place of atm to indicate that the pressure shown is the total ambient pressure, compared to vacuum, of the system being calculated or measured. For example, for underwater pressures, a pressure of 3.1 ata would mean that the 1 atm of the air above water is included in this value and the pressure due to water would total 2.1 atm. Standard conditions for temperature and pressure. Atmospheric pressure. International Standard Atmosphere.

Motorola Moto

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Motorola Moto (or Moto) is a trademark owned by Motorola Trademark Holdings, LLC. It is used and marketed on Android mobile devices manufactured by Motorola Mobility, currently a subsidiary of Lenovo. The Moto brand is also used and marketed for certain public-safety products from Motorola Solutions and by Motorola brand licensees on certain home products and mobile accessories.

New Balance

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In 2013, New Balance launched a skateboarding shoe brand dubbed "New Balance Numeric" that is distributed by Black Box Distribution, a company founded by professional skateboarder Jamie Thomas. Following the announcement of the partnership in December 2012, Thomas stated in an interview with the TransWorld Business publication, "I am most hyped about the positive energy this partnership creates for the future of our distribution as well as how this partnership enables us to further support skate retailers with a new brand they can trust and depend on."

International Organization for Standardization

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The International Organization for Standardization (ISO ) is an international standard-setting body composed of representatives from various national standards organizations.

OLED

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Apple began using OLED panels in its watches in 2015 and in its laptops in 2016 with the introduction of an OLED touchbar to the MacBook Pro. In 2017, Apple announced the introduction of their tenth anniversary iPhone X with their own optimized OLED display licensed from Universal Display Corporation. Apple has continued the use of the technology in the iPhone X's successors, the iPhone XS and iPhone XS Max. The sheer number of OLED manufacturers in the world today seems to guarantee a steady OLED supply. This, however, might not be the case since almost all of the manufacturers rely on fabrication equipment that is only manufactured by a single company called Canon Tokki.

Peripheral

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Three categories of peripheral devices exist based on their relationship with the computer: Many modern electronic devices, such as digital watches, smartphones, and tablet computers, have interfaces that allow them to be used as computer peripheral devices. 1) an input device sends data or instructions to the computer, such as a mouse, keyboard, graphics tablet, image scanner, barcode reader, game controller, light pen, light gun, microphone, digital camera, webcam, dance pad, and read-only memory). 2) an output device provides output from the computer, such as a computer monitor, projector, printer, headphones, and computer speaker); and. 3) an input/output device performs both input and output

Fashion accessory

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Accessories that are worn may include jackets, boots and shoes, cravats, ties, hats, bonnets, belts and suspenders, gloves, muffs, necklaces, bracelets, watches, sashes, shawls, scarves, lanyards, socks, pins, piercings, rings, and stockings. The type of accessory that an individual chooses to wear or carry to complement their outfit can be determined by several factors including the specific context of where the individual is going. For example, if an individual is going to work their choice of accessory would differ to one who is going out to drinks or dinner thus depending on work or play different accessories would be chosen.

Backlight

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In 2007, Asus, Dell, and Apple introduced LED backlights into some of their notebook models., Lenovo has also announced LED-backlit notebooks. In October 2008, Apple announced that it would be using LED backlights for all of its notebooks and new 24-inch Apple Cinema Display, and one year later it introduced a new LED iMac, meaning all of Apple's new computer screens are now LED. Almost every laptop with a 16:9 display introduced since September 2009 uses LED-backlit panels. This is also the case for most LCD television sets, which are marketed in some countries under the misleading name LED TV, although the image is still generated by an LCD panel.

Gyroscope

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In the first several decades of the 20th century, other inventors attempted (unsuccessfully) to use gyroscopes as the basis for early black box navigational systems by creating a stable platform from which accurate acceleration measurements could be performed (in order to bypass the need for star sightings to calculate position). Similar principles were later employed in the development of inertial navigation systems for ballistic missiles. During World War II, the gyroscope became the prime component for aircraft and anti-aircraft gun sights.

Internet of things

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For instance, using Apple's HomeKit, manufacturers can get their home products and accessories be controlled by an application in iOS devices such as the iPhone and the Apple Watch. This could be a dedicated app or iOS native applications such as Siri. This can be demonstrated in the case of Lenovo's Smart Home Essentials, which is a line of smart home devices that are controlled through Apple's Home app or Siri without the need for a Wi-Fi bridge. There are also dedicated smart home hubs that are offered as standalone platforms to connect different smart home products and these include the Amazon Echo, Google Home, Apple's HomePod, and Samsung's SmartThings Hub.

Suunto

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Core All Black is often erroneously referred to as Core All Black Military or Core Military, but such nominations are not official and such "military" versions do not exist. Core is said to have named after its including core elements needed in this type of watch. Suunto Lumi is designed for women. It includes mostly same functions as Core. With special adapter, Lumi can be worn as a pendant. The Finnish word "lumi" translates as "snow". Published in 2007, Lumi was available only for a few years. Suunto Traverse was released on October 1, 2015. The watch includes ABC-functions, GPS-receiver and heart rate monitoring.

ZYPAD

It is arguable whether it qualifies as a watch, but it is referred to as a "Wrist Worn PC". It ships with Linux kernel 2.6 and also supports Windows CE 5.0, and can sense motion, allowing such possibilities of use such as going into standby mode when a user lowers his/her arm. It can determine its position by dead reckoning as well as via GPS. It supports Bluetooth, IrDA, and WiFi. The ZYPAD debuted in 2006 and the ZYPAD WL 1000 was the first marketed device, followed by the WL 1100. Initial retail prices were set to be around $2000.

Neptune (company)

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In 2017, Steve Mann, the inventor of the world's first general purpose wearable computer as well as high-dynamic-range imaging (HDR), joined the company as a Chief Scientist. He is commonly referred to as the "father of wearable computing" by the mainstream press. As of 2018, Neptune is still actively developing the product and aim to release the suite in Q2 2019.

List of operating systems

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Apple II family. Apple DOS. Apple Pascal. ProDOS. GS/OS. GNO/ME. Contiki. Apple III. Apple SOS. Apple Lisa. Lisa Workshop. Lisa Operating System. Apple Macintosh. Classic Mac OS. A/UX (UNIX System V with BSD extensions). Copland. MkLinux. Pink. Rhapsody. macOS (formerly Mac OS X and OS X). macOS Server (formerly Mac OS X Server and OS X Server). Apple Network Server. IBM AIX (Apple-customized). Apple MessagePad. Newton OS. iPhone, iPod Touch, iPad. iOS (formerly iPhone OS). Apple Watch. watchOS. Apple TV. tvOS. Embedded operating systems. A/ROSE. iPod software (unnamed embedded OS for iPod). Unnamed NetBSD variant for Airport Extreme and Time Capsule. Atari DOS (for 8-bit computers).

Post-PC era

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The Post-PC era is a market trend observed during the late 2000s and early 2010s involving a decline in the sales of personal computers in favor of post-PC devices; which include mobile devices such as smartphones and tablet computers as well as other mobile computers such as wearable and ubiquitous ones. These devices emphasize portability and connectivity, including the use of cloud-based services, more focused "apps" to perform tasks, and the ability to synchronize information between multiple devices seamlessly. The term was first coined by MIT scientist David D. Clark.

Wunderlist

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In 2015 Microsoft released Wunderlist for Apple Watch devices. In October 2014, Wunderlist announced its first integration, with cloud storage company Dropbox. Users could now access and link their Dropbox files to their Wunderlist tasks. Later that month, a Calendar Feed feature was released for Wunderlist, allowing a user's pending tasks to appear in other calendar services such as Google Calendar, Microsoft's Outlook Calendar, Apple's Calendar, Slack, and Sunrise Calendar. Wunderlist can export notes to the JSON file format, but cannot save as PDF or HTML.

Pokémon Go

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The decision to create the device rather than create a smart watch app was to increase uptake among players for whom a smart watch is prohibitively expensive. It was released in the United Kingdom and North America on September 16, 2016. The game's official launch began on July 6, 2016, with releases in Australia, New Zealand, and the United States. Due to server strain from high demand upon release, Niantic CEO John Hanke stated that the release in other regions was to be "paused until Niantic was comfortable" fixing the issues. European releases started on July 13, and the game became available to most of the continent over the following ten days.

Energy harvesting

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Some wristwatches are powered by kinetic energy (called automatic watches), in this case movement of the arm is used. The arm movement causes winding of its mainspring. A newer design introduced by Seiko ("Kinetic") uses movement of a magnet in the electromagnetic generator instead to power the quartz movement. The motion provides a rate of change of flux, which results in some induced emf on the coils. The concept is related to Faraday's Law. Photovoltaics is a method of generating electrical power by converting solar radiation (both indoors and outdoors) into direct current electricity using semiconductors that exhibit the photovoltaic effect.

Portable computer

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The 2010s introduced wearable computers such as smartwatches. Portable computers, by their nature, were generally microcomputers. Larger portable computers were commonly known as 'Lunchbox' or 'Luggable' computers. They were also called a 'Portable Workstation' or 'Portable PC'. In Japan they were often called 'Bentocom'. from "bento". Portable computers, more narrowly defined, were distinct from desktop replacement computers in that they usually were constructed from full-specification desktop components, and did not incorporate features associated with laptops or mobile devices.

List of highest funded crowdfunding projects

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This is an incomplete list of the highest-funded crowdfunding projects (including projects which failed to achieve funding).

LifeBEAM

It also chooses Spotify or Apple Music tracks that match the beats per minute of the recommended pace. The product is scheduled for consumer release in December, 2016. A Kickstarter campaign for Vi ended in July 2016 with $1.68 million, making it the highest funded campaign to date for a wearable. LifeBEAM technology is embedded in the Samsung Simband platform for smart watches, Samsung's competitive platform to the Apple Watch. LifeBEAM's algorithms are used in Simband sensors, measuring heart rate, calories and steps. The platform became available in late 2014. The technology powers the heart rate monitoring feature in Under Armour's Wireless Headphones, released at CES in January 2016.

LIFX

On May 16, 2015, the LIFX iOS app gained support for the Apple Watch. On October 1, 2016 the third generation LIFX bulbs shipped which included the original A19 and BR30 bulbs along with the GU10 track light and LIFX Downlight plus the LIFX+ bulbs and the LIFX Z light strips. . In September 2017 support was added for Apple HomeKit. In November 2017 the company released the LIFX Mini bulbs, LIFX Beam color bar, and the LIFX Tile colored tiles. The LIFX A19 is a Wi-Fi enabled LED downlight with millions of colors and many shades of white controlled using a Wi-Fi enabled device.

Frédérique Constant

Frédérique Constant SA is a manufacturer of luxury wristwatches based in Plan-les-Ouates, Geneva. It was acquired in 2017 by Citizen Holdings of Tokyo, Japan. The company was established in 1988 by Dutch entrepreneur Peter Stas and his wife, Aletta Stas-Bax. Since 2002, the company has also owned Alpina Watches, a manufacturer of Swiss sports watches founded in 1883. The company was founded in 1988 by Aletta Francoise Frédérique Stas-Bax and Peter Constant Stas. Its name is derived from the names of great-grandparents of each founder – specifically Frédérique Schreiner (1881–1969) and Constant Stas (1880–1967), the latter of which founded a company producing watch dials in 1904.

Consumer electronics

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Some of the newer products sold include virtual reality head-mounted display goggles, smart home devices that connect home devices to the Internet and wearable technology such as Fitbit digital exercise watches and the Apple Watch smart watch. In the 2010s, most consumer electronics have become based on digital technologies, and have largely merged with the computer industry in what is increasingly referred to as the consumerization of information technology. Some consumer electronics stores, such as Best Buy, have also begun selling office and baby furniture.

I'm Watch

Wearable computer. MetaWatch. Pebble Watch.