Meanwhile, another wearable technology from Qualcomm that's geared at pets isn't doing as well as hoped, Jacobs said. The company's Tagg pet tracker, which attaches to a pet's collar, monitors the physical activity of one's dog and uses GPS to locate a missing pet. "People don't lose their dogs often enough to care about recharging and paying a service fee," Jacobs said. He noted that Qualcomm still sells the product as there are some people who are "fanatical" about their pets, but most people want something they just put on the dog and forget until they need it.
Jacobs also said Qualcomm is doing a lot of work on wireless charging and new screen technologies to help people deal with the battery life issue for devices, CEO Paul Jacobs says privacy will be an issue for the "Internet of Things," but Qualcomm is working with companies to make some of the technology less intrusive, NEW YORK--Qualcomm is walking a fine line between enabling the "Internet of Things" and protecting users' privacy, the chipmaker's chief executive said Tuesday, Paul Jacobs, speaking at the Wired Business trend case with glass screen protector for apple iphone 7 and apple iphone 8 - rose gold Conference in New York, said that nearly everything people interact with will be connected to the Internet in the future, but that also means companies have to figure out a way to make such technology less intrusive..
Nike's follow up to its popular cuff-occupier will let you check on the pace at which blood is walloping around your insides by pinching a certain part of the gadget, Gearlive reports. The site, which claims to have spent 'a few minutes' with the FuelBand follow-up on a business trip, also tips a refreshed display that lights up faster, slightly increasing the speed that fitness info enters your brain. You'll also be able to check battery life, and the gadget is reckoned to feature Bluetooth 4.0 for automatic syncing and -- hopefully -- more use between charging sessions.
Perhaps most intriguingly, the report claims that a FuelBand Android app is in trend case with glass screen protector for apple iphone 7 and apple iphone 8 - rose gold the works, despite Nike reportedly claiming a few weeks ago that it had no plans to develop software for Google's green robot, Currently Nike's fitness tech is the exclusive preserve of the Apple crowd, but I'm sure there are plenty of Android fans who'd happily strap the FuelBand to their mitt and sync its exercise-tracking tech to their smart phone, Nike is apparently testing the updated gadget in the wild, disguised to resemble the current model.We've no way of knowing whether these rumours are true so take all this with a pinch of salt, but it certainly sounds like there could be some intriguing new features on the horizon..
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