We’re all going to be wearing power-aware clothing this fall, says ipl founder

The world’s most popular internet service provider (ISP) is on track to make its ipl Power smartwatches the first in the industry to feature the ipl Energy platform.

The company announced today that it has signed a contract with Fossil to build the first of more than a dozen ipl Smartwatches, including the first ones to be powered by the energy-sucking ipl POWER platform.

Fossil is a joint venture between Google and the iPl parent company iPl.

“We’re incredibly excited about this opportunity and look forward to working with iPl to build more smartwalls in the future,” said Michael T. Smith, CEO of iPl, in a statement.

In a blog post, Fossil noted that it’s been working with the company for more than two years on the iPL Power platform.

Its smartwills will feature a range of sensors and a suite of smart controls, which includes a heart rate monitor, sleep timer, ambient light sensor, and an alarm clock.

Fossil’s ipl products will be available later this year, and it is expected to sell up to 100 million ipl smartwands a year by the end of 2019.

iPl will also offer smartwatch-style wearables, such as the iQ-POWER, that it says will be the world’s first to offer a flexible, flexible battery.

Smith said the company’s smartwashes are powered by a battery with more than 10,000 charge points that will last more than three months, compared to about 1,000 for a traditional battery.