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TECHNOLOGY takes a long time to mature before most of us actually want to buy it. This applies this year as well. Some trends for 2022 that tech companies are pushing are things you have heard of before.

One another buzzy category will be the so-called smart home, the technology to control home appliances by shouting voice commands at a speaker or tapping a button on a smartphone. 

The truth is, the tech industry has tried to push this kind of technology into our homes for more than a decade. This year, owning these products may finally begin to feel practical. 

ANOTHER recurring technology on this list is digital health gear that tracks our fitness and helps us diagnose possible ailments. 

The Smart Home

OVER THE LAST FEW YEARS - SMART LIVING PRODUCTS like Internet-connected thermostats - door locks and robotics vacuum cleaners made major progress.

The devices became affordable and worked reliably with digital assistants like Amazon Alexa, Google's Assistant and Apple's Siri.

YET the smart home, for the most part, has remained chaotic. Many smart home products didn't work well with other technology. Some door locks, for example, worked only with Apple phones and not Androids : some thermostats were controlled by talking to Google Assistant and not to Siri.

The lack of compatibility has created long-term issues. An Apple- compatible lock isn't useful for the family member or future tenant who prefer Android. It would also be more convenient one day if our home devices could actually talk to one another : For instance, a washing machine could tell a dryer that a large load was ready to be dried.

This year, the tech industry's biggest rivals - Apple, Samsung, Google and Amazon - are playing nice to make the smart home more practical.

They plan to release and update home technology to work with Matter, a new standard that enables smart home devices to talk to one another regardless of brand. More than 100 smart home products are expected to adhere to the standard.

''We're all speaking a common language built on already proven technologies,'' said Samantha Osborne, a vice president for marketing at Smart Things, the home automation company owned by Samsung.

This means that later this year, when you shop for a product like an automated door lock, look for a label indicating that the device is compatible with Matter. Then, in the future, your smart alarm clock may be able to to tell your smart lights to turn on when you wake up.

Connected Health

Fitness gadgets like the Apple Watch and Fitbit, which help us track our movements and heart rate, keep getting more popular. So tech companies are experimenting this year with smaller wearable devices that gather more intimate data on our health.

OURA, a health tech company recently introduced a new model of its Oura Ring, which is embedded with sensors that tracks metrics including body temperature to accurately predict menstruation cycles.

Last week at CES, a tech trade show in Las Vegas, Movano, another health tech startup, introduced a similar ring that stitches together data about your heart rate, temperature and other measures to inform a wearer about potential chronic illnesses.

Medical experts have long warned about the potential consequences of health tech. Without proper context, the data could be used to misdiagnose illnesses and turn people into hypochondriacs.

But if the widely sold-out Covid rapid test kits are any measure, more of us appear ready to be proactive in monitoring our health.

The Honor and  Serving of the Latest Global Operational Research on Trends for the coming year, continues. The World Students Society thanks author Brian X. Chen.

With respectful dedication to the Great Leaders of the world, Grandmothers, Mothers, Students, Professors and Teachers and then the world. See Ya all prepare and register for Great Global Elections on The World Students Society : wssciw.blogspot.com and Twitter - !E-WOW! - The Ecosystem 2011 :

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