Wearable Technology Market is estimated to reach $58.3 Billion by 2024; growing at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2020 to 2024

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Japan, Japan, Fri, 27 Nov 2020 02:08:59 / Comserve Inc. / — Wearable technology consists of electronic devices that are worn as accessories or can be implanted in the body.

Global Wearable Technology Market is estimated to reach $58.3 Billion by 2024; growing at a CAGR of 15.8% from 2016 to 2024. Wearable technology consists of electronic devices that are worn as accessories or can be implanted in the body. These devices are capable of connecting with internet and exchanges data between network and device. The wearable technology market has witnessed a surge due to which major companies are incorporating new technologies into their digital and mobile strategies to increase their global market share. Moreover, these devices have been also worn as fashion statement as customers are becoming high-tech accessorized.

The global wearable technology market is driven

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Credit Suisse says regulatory risks are unlikely to stop China’s tech companies from growing in 2021

  • China’s equity and bond markets are set to give investors progressively greater opportunities in 2021, according to Credit Suisse.
  • One of the main growth areas in China’s markets is the technology sector, according to Ray Farris, chief investment officer for South Asia at Credit Suisse.
  • The technology landscape in China is fiercely competitive where established tech giants regularly fend off new rivals trying to take away chunks of their market share.



a man looking at the camera: An investor looks at screens showing stock market movements at a securities company in Nanjing in China's eastern Jiangsu province on July 6, 2020.


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An investor looks at screens showing stock market movements at a securities company in Nanjing in China’s eastern Jiangsu province on July 6, 2020.

SINGAPORE — China’s equity and bond markets are set to give investors progressively greater opportunities in 2021, according to Credit Suisse.

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Chinese markets offer “high rates of growth at still attractive valuations,” the Swiss investment bank said in its 2021 outlook report. The world’s second-largest economy is predicted to

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Global Millimeter Wave Technology Market Growing to Hit USD 1497.3 million at 21.4% CAGR by 2025

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Parler is growing but conservatives are not ready to leave Twitter

“I will no longer accept the censorship that is happening on Twitter,” she said. She would still use the site to promote her guests and TV shows, she added, but she would not “be dropping any scoops” there, and that “it is Parler where you will find real stories and the things I’m working on and my opinions on things.”

From election day until Sunday afternoon, she’s posted to Parler 118 times — and tweeted 174 times.

Since launching in 2018, Parler’s leaders have framed the social network as one of the last bastions of free speech online, building a fan base of annoyed conservatives who argue they had been silenced everywhere else.

The company said its user base has exploded since Trump’s election loss, doubling this month to more than 10 million accounts. In Apple’s app store, according to data from analytics firm Sensor Tower, Parler jumped from 1,023

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Growing interest in Moon resources could cause tension — ScienceDaily

An international team of scientists led by the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard & Smithsonian, has identified a problem with the growing interest in extractable resources on the moon: there aren’t enough of them to go around. With no international policies or agreements to decide “who gets what from where,” scientists believe tensions, overcrowding, and quick exhaustion of resources to be one possible future for moon mining projects. The paper published today in the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A.

“A lot of people think of space as a place of peace and harmony between nations. The problem is there’s no law to regulate who gets to use the resources, and there are a significant number of space agencies and others in the private sector that aim to land on the moon within the next five years,” said Martin Elvis, astronomer at the Center for Astrophysics | Harvard

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Google keeps growing in Seattle area, agrees to buy nearly 10 acres at a car dealership site in Kirkland

A Google building in South Lake Union, Seattle. (GeekWire File Photo / James Thorne)

Google’s footprint in Seattle just keeps on growing.

The Alphabet-owned tech giant signed an agreement to purchase land at a car dealership site in Kirkland, Wash., a spokesperson confirmed Thursday.

Business Insider and Bloomberg reported the news last week. King County records obtained by GeekWire show a sale of nearly 10 acres of land at 11845 NE 85th St., home of Lee Johnson car dealerships. There is no purchase price available yet.

Google did not provide more details. “The site is intended to support Google’s future growth in the area,” a spokesperson said.

It’s the latest expansion for Google this year, even amid the ongoing pandemic that has forced some companies to pull back on physical office space with a shift to remote work.

Death of the HQ? Pandemic hits commercial real estate, but long-term trends

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Healthcare Information Systems Market Growing Popularity & Emerging Trends | Philips healthcare, GE healthcare, Epic Systems

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Healthcare information technology proffers solutions for security and data management of information related with healthcare. Nowadays, information technology has more impact on the cost

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With Revenue Up 267%, Can DoorDash Keep Growing In 2022?

Food delivery service, DoorDash, is planning a $25 billion IPO in December. Should you buy?

I see three reasons to avoid shares in this IPO:

  • Its rapid revenue growth is not sustainable after the pandemic ends
  • It faces fierce competition and has no moat
  • Its corporate governance is shareholder unfriendly

(I have no financial interest in the securities mentioned).

DoorDash IPO Plan

DoorDash plans to go public in December and its market capitalization could top $25 billion, according

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Women’s college ice hockey is growing in popularity, and students at Virginia Tech just started a team | College Sports

Mike Walley has been the commissioner of the ACCHL since 2010, and was instrumental in kickstarting the women’s league.

“It was his energy, idea and hard work to get this women’s league put together,” said Deborah Elek, the women’s coach at NC State and league commissioner.

“It’s brand new, and we’re excited that teams have decided to join our league and the league looks like it’s going to expand pretty rapidly.”

Grey and Espino have had preliminary conversations with Elek about Tech joining the league, and students at High Point and Louisville have also expressed interest, Elek said. NC State and George Washington played in an informal league championship last year in Winston-Salem, N.C., but the WACCHL has not yet had an official season.

Elek said they, like so many in the sports world, are in a “holding pattern” to determine how the pandemic will effect their ability to get

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Apple Is Not a Factor In the One Place Smartphone Demand Is Still Growing

Apple (NASDAQ: AAPL) is running out of places to sell regularly priced iPhones.



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It’s not an idea everyone agrees with. Even if the Americas market is nearing plausible saturation, China and the rest of Asia — India in particular — still hold lots of growth potential. Indeed, with the first Apple store set to open in India next year, it’s clear Apple is ready to act on the opportunity.

It’s not a bad bet either, on the surface. Although India became the world’s second-biggest smartphone market last year, according to data from Counterpoint Research, the 158 million smartphones sold in India in 2019 is only about 11% of its population of 1.37 billion people. That leaves room for smartphone market growth on the order of 11% to 14% per

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