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Here's a wearable for the client who almost certainly doesn't run marathons. The sleek Skyn tracker, which was developed by Breathalyzer brand Bactrack, is worn on the wrist and lets barflies know how tipsy they are in real time. The measurements aren't as accurate as those...

Emili Vesilind | January 12, 2017
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The Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which wrapped up Sunday, Jan. 8, in Las Vegas, has become a popular platform for wearable developers looking to debut products in a high-profile, media-rich environment. CES isn't a wearable-centric show—categories including home safety, gaming,...

Emili Vesilind | January 10, 2017
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Fossil Group, one of the world’s most prolific wearable developers, announced yesterday that it plans to release over a hundred new wearables this year—under a variety of brand licenses—to reach a new high of 300 Fossil Inc.–made wearables by the end of 2017. The brand made the announcement...

Emili Vesilind | January 6, 2017
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Google product manager of Android Wear Jeff Chang recently told media outlet The Verge that Google will be introducing two new “flagship” smartwatches in the first quarter of next year. The watches will launch the Android Wear 2.0 platform. Chang told The Verge that...

Emili Vesilind | December 29, 2016
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Health tracking is the primary reason consumers are in the market for wearable devices, according to international internet-based market research firm YouGov, which polled 3,000 people (of which a third already owned a wearable) for its November 2016 tech report.  The study found...

Emili Vesilind | December 22, 2016
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Todd Reed has had a busy year. The brand shuttered its Southern California location in September and, a month later, opened a shop-in-shop inside fine jewelry store Fox’s Seattle. And this week the Boulder, Colo.–based jewelry company debuted a brand-new website that features...

Emili Vesilind | December 15, 2016 | Retail Details
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We reported last week that seminal wearable brand Pebble was poised to be purchased by Fitbit—the only smart-device maker in the world that outpaces Apple in revenue. Now Pebble is confirming that the buyout actually means the end for the brand. An announcement on the company’s...

Emili Vesilind | December 15, 2016

Feminine Wearables Fitbit may be the world’s best-selling wearable brand, but women wanting to break out of the sporty-rubber-strap rut now have more feminine-feeling devices to choose from. Ringly recently debuted a smart notifier bracelet that echoes the design of its original ring (the...

JCK Magazine | November 21, 2016
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WHO, WHAT, WEARABLE TAG Heuer Connected A direct (and formidable) competitor to the Apple Watch, the titanium-bezeled Connected, made in collaboration with Intel and Google, boasts 4G of memory—so users can download dozens of apps to tailor their watch-wearing experience. What we liked:...

Emili Vesilind | November 21, 2016

“Pinterest is not a social media network,” insists Anna Bennett, a well-known Pinterest expert. Of course, the online platform, whose users “pin” links and images to virtual bulletin boards, has social elements—users can share and comment on pins, and follow and be followed by others.  But...

Emili Vesilind | November 21, 2016
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makes me think of esme hecht's pieces: https://ritzycouturejewelry.co...

it will be nice to get a copy of the video posted on utube and a link...

So, another "respectable" outfit hangs out the pawn balls. So funny...

Eye-catching and artsy. Does anyone know what the "DewDrop" necklace...

Some nice pieces here, very well crafted.