Tuesday, December 20, 2016

Briefs: CES, Universal Electronics, BT, Parks Associates

“Health and wellness applications and services will play a large role in the smart home in 2017, driving innovations in security, wearables, and interoperability,” Harry Wang, senior director of research at Parks Associates, says. “The growing maturity of the smart watch ecosystem will fuel innovations through many of these applications and services. Apple watches and other fitness devices are popular gifts this holiday season and beyond, so their role in the connected home will continue to evolve and expand.”

From the article "Briefs: CES, Universal Electronics, BT, Parks Associates" by Laura Hamilton.

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