With wearable technology transforming lifestyles across the globe, the buzz around Smartwatches is hard to miss. They are not just simplifying our lives by reinventing the way we interact with the digital world but are also allowing us to boost our daily productivity. And as Smartwatches become the new way of meeting our day head-on, the market is bustling with latest launches that promise to offer the best to prospective customers. However, stealing the spotlight in the Smartwatch category in 2020 was Samsung. Earlier last year when the company expanded its ecosystem of Galaxy products with the launch of the new Samsung Galaxy Watch3 Smartwatch, tech enthusiasts couldn’t stop raving! Instantly touted as a ‘wearable wonder,’ the GalaxyWatch3 promises to give way to a connected universe that can help us effortlessly manage our life and health. And to top it up, Samsung has complemented its technology with the most ergonomic and stylish design that we could ever wish to … [Read more...] about Stay connected, stay productive: Here’s how the Samsung Galaxy Watch3 is designed to make your life simple!
Making it work
And safety of course is goal number one in industrial settings. There are a number of health and safety aspects to consider when working in an industrial environment such as physical hazards including activities that pose health risks. Extreme temperatures, poor air quality, dangerous chemicals, excessive noise and radiation also need to be managed very carefully. Wearable computing offers the industry the opportunity to use cutting-edge technology to step-change the way organisations protect people and assets, improve workforce capability and operational efficiency, while optimising safety. The importance of wearable technology being hands-free is paramount when it comes to operational safety. Advancements in speech and voice recognition have meant that wearables can be operated in extremely noisy industrial settings and without these advancements the technology would simply be ineffective and its benefits negated. … [Read more...] about Why hands-free, wearable computing has become a necessity for industrial work environments
As enumerated above, the technology that we use is more heterogeneous as well. Rather than relying on Microsoft for operating systems, applications, and services, there are many more providers involved in supporting users. A common stack for tech startups and small businesses is AWS for cloud, Google for apps and Apple for laptops, for example. All these services have to be joined together and effectively managed, and it’s only when companies reach a certain size that they consider using a directory at all, lest each of those resources have their own unique identity and login. … [Read more...] about Security and remote working – how to think about access
God of War Ragnarok release date: when will it launch?Best PS5 gamesWhere to buy a PS5: all the latest stock updatesRagnarok and a hard placeGod of War: Ragnarok was announced in September 2020, with a vague release window of 2021, meaning it is coming soon. … [Read more...] about God of War Ragnarok studio is working on a new game, likely for PS5
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