2Wearable Tech From Above
4It’s Jewelry First, Then Technology
The MICA bracelets, which feature embedded pearls, lapis stones, Russian obsidian and Tiger’s Eye, are made to look beautiful on a woman’s wrist. “People have enough gadgets, and for wearables to succeed, they have to be something other than just gadgets,” says Greg McKelvey, executive vice president and chief strategy and marketing officer at Fossil Group.
5But the Technology Is Important
6Keeping an Ear to Wearables
7Working on Fitness-Focused Ear Buds
8The Basis of Smartwatches
9And One Bowl to Charge Them All
Wireless charging of electronic devices is a key focus for Intel, which is part of the Alliance for Wireless Power industry consortium. The chip maker showed off a bowl in which users can place their devices to charge them.