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Should I buy Headgear or Wristband?

Wearables available in market presently can be broadly classified as head gears (smart glasses), smart bands (fitness trackers) and smartwatches.

Headgear or Wristband

The choice is simple, do you want something to go on your eyes or on your wrist?

Fidelity Mobile for Apple Watch is an Apple Watch App which brings up-to-the-minute stock market information to your wrist. Apple Watch App will seamless integrates with your iPhone. It allows you to instantly synchronized your iPhone’s recent quote history, including detailed, real-time quotes for stocks, options, ETFs, and mutual funds on Apple Watch.

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Natural User Interface (NUI) is a way of communicating with a computing device with the help of natural actions related to human behavior. These interactions are usually unobtrusive and invisible. Traditionally we have used variety of keyboards to interact with the devices, where for every command there was a key. Now, we see more ways of interactions.

Internet of Things refers to the scenario when any living or non-living thing or object; embedded with a microprocessor chip and necessary electronic circuitry; is capable of communicating with other similar objects with the help of internet and without human intervention. IoT is convergence of many technologies together.

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Many smartphones/tablets come packed with pre-installed apps by device manufactures and cellular carriers which are not user-removable. These apps are called  bloatware and takes up valuable storage space.

Who installs these apps?

Platform, device manufactures and even the carrier install such apps. Carriers like Verizon, AT&T and devices manufacturers like Samsung, LG and HTC preload handsets with their apps.

USB-C aka USB Type-C is the latest USB (Universal Serial Bus) standard which was developed along with USB 3.1 (but not same as 3.1). To allow reversible plug orientation, both ends of the USB Type-C cable is same.

The USB-C connector was developed by the USB Implementers Forum (USB-IF), non-profit organization to promote and support the Universal Serial Bus. Notable members of USB-IF include Apple,HP NEC, Microsoft, Intel,etc.,