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Reference design enables future smartwatches

Reference design enables future smartwatches
  Toshiba has launched a smartwatch reference design, with enhanced sport, activity and lifestyle features. Built around the TZ1001MBG ApP Lite application processor, it provides developers with a starting point for designing future smartwatches for sport watch applications.
4th March 2015

Share the power between your mobile devices

Share the power between your mobile devices
Enabling consumers to wirelessly charge a mobile device from another device, Integrated Device Technology has introduced its 'Wireless PowerShare' technology. The multi-mode, multi-function (receiver and transmitter) chip supports all major wireless power standards for magnetic resonance and magnetic induction charging, allowing you to charge wearable devices by simply placing them near an enabled smart phone.
3rd March 2015

Low power transceiver enables truly wireless earbuds

Low power transceiver enables truly wireless earbuds
  From Booth E30 in Hall 7 at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona next week, NXP will demonstrate Near Field Magnetic Induction (NFMI) technology in a truly wireless earbud including wireless audio streaming from ear to ear, using the NxH2280 NFMI based radio transceiver.
27th February 2015


Sensors enable wearable electronics

The wearable devices space is viewed as the next goldmine of opportunity for sensor manufacturers as profits shrink in the smartphone and tablet segments. Frost & Sullivan's 'Wearable Electronics Enabled by Sensors' analysis finds that the sensors market earned revenues of $108m in 2014 and estimates this to catapult to $800m in 2020.
26th February 2015

Secure contactless transactions in phones & wearables

Secure contactless transactions in phones & wearables
ams and STMicroelectronics have announced an NFC system reference design that ensures easy, reliable and secure contactless transactions while suiting the sleek form factor of mobile and wearable devices. On display at Mobile World Congress, the ams/ST design promises to transform and greatly enhance the usability of NFC technology.
26th February 2015

Smartwatch platform reduces power consumption

Broadcom has introduced a smartwatch platform that reduces power consumption for Android Wear devices. The platform offers OEMs more features, including GPS with sensor hub processing and wireless charging support. Broadcom will showcase its innovations for the mobile and carrier ecosystem at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, 2nd to 5th March.
26th February 2015

Prototyping board targets IoT & wearable applications

Prototyping board targets IoT & wearable applications
Atmel has announced an extension board for the company’s popular Xplained platform featuring a Bosch Sensortec BNO055 intelligent 9-axis absolute orientation sensor. The ATBNO055-XPRO extension board connects directly to Atmel’s Xplained board, making it suitable for IoT, wearables and gaming prototyping, personal health and fitness, indoor navigation and other applications requiring context awareness and augmented reality.
25th February 2015

Integrated processor is one-stop-shop for wearables

Integrated processor is one-stop-shop for wearables
Toshiba has extended its ApP Lite family with two application processors for wearables, the TZ1031MBG and TZ1011MBG single package IoT solutions. Interest in services that monitor the duration and level of physical activity has exploded, which has increased demand for wearables such as activity monitors, smart watches, bracelets and spectacles, which promote exercise, improve nutrition and help prevent diseases related to lifestyle.
24th February 2015

Clip-on HUD provides session info for swimmers

Clip-on HUD provides session info for swimmers
STMicroelectronics has announced its contribution to helping both casual weekenders and top-tier athletes keep their eyes on the prize while engaging in one of the world’s most popular activities. ST’s leading-edge technologies have enabled an innovative HUD monitor for swimmers from Instabeat that tracks, stores, and projects key information including heart rate and swimming speed on the goggles.
18th February 2015

Designing proper circuit protection for wearables

Designing proper circuit protection for wearables
As consumers become increasingly dependent on wearables, circuit designers are tasked with incorporating advanced circuit protection technologies that safeguard the device as well as the user. Without proper protection, the device’s sensor circuits, battery-charging interfaces, buttons or data I/Os could be irreparably damaged by ESD that is often caused by close interaction with the user.
18th February 2015


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