The traditional GPS sport watch ecosystem is too slow-moving and will be disrupted by the apps market

I’ve been testing old world vs. new world lately in GPS watches vs. applications. It’s interesting to see the generation gaps. In short, the iPhone (mostly the iPhone and not Android because it was further ahead and simpler to code for when using Bluetooth LE – a derivative subset of Bluetooth 4.0) is disrupting the […] Read More⇒

Review of the Wearable Technologies Conference July 22/23 2013

(This post is —regrettably— 6 months late, an eternity in this market. I’m posting it anyway, as it still contains quite a bit of useful information)  The second-ever Wearable Technologies Conference hosted and run by Wearable Technologies AG (link) from Germany, was held here in San Francisco July 22/23. Attendees came from R&D labs, early-stage idea […] Read More⇒

Working with Team Rubicon in Oklahoma

Team Rubicon is a veteran’s organization that “bridges the gap” in natural disasters. They get on the ground as soon as the disaster hits and stay there until the long-term recovery agencies are in place and functioning. In this case, they were in Moore, Oklahoma for 5 weeks and I was fortunate to be invited […] Read More⇒