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From cyborgs to smart homes, we present the latest updates in wearables that are designed for your tech lifestyle.


  • Live By EarlySense Brings Breakthrough Medical Monitoring Tech Into Homes

    Logan Strain - October 11th, 2016

    Hospitals have the same problem the rest of us have: there's too much to do, but they can't do it all. Medical resources are limited, and hospitals have the serious responsibility of handing them out in the right way. They must prioritize available a...

  • Live And Photograph Your Life With The Wearable Camera Narrative Clip 2

    Logan Strain - September 23rd, 2016

    Almost everybody carries a camera with them, and people are now very good at sharing their life. According to Mary Meeker’s most recent internet trends report, the annual state of the internet published by the firm Kleiner Perkins Caufield &amp...

  • Bleed No More: The Future Of Noninvasive Glucose Monitoring

    Logan Strain - September 21st, 2016

    Short of a cure, the ultimate breakthrough for diabetes patients will be effortless diabetes management. Right now, the disease requires patients to monitor their blood sugar levels daily. If their blood sugar rises too high, they risk suffering from...

  • Bluetooth Door Locks Turn Your Home Into A Digitally Protected Fortress

    Logan Strain - September 17th, 2016

    The lock and key system that protects your home is thousands of years old. Don’t you think it’s about time we moved on to something a little more sophisticated? Bluetooth door locks cut down on common household frustrations while turning...

  • Mental Health Wearables Will Change How We Think Of Mental Illness

    Logan Strain - September 1st, 2016

    Wearables made the transition from tech novelties to mainstream products thanks to fitness nuts. But next frontier of wearables might tackle a less tangible (and often neglected) dimension of well-being: mental health. According to the National Allia...

  • How A Sleep Cycle App Can Help You Hack Your Bedtime

    Rebecca Paredes - July 27th, 2016

    Waking up tired is pretty much your body’s way of flipping you off. Maybe you couldn’t fall asleep because of late-night stresses, or maybe your neighbor spent all night practicing their Tibetan throat singing. Either way, fighting with y...

  • Five Ways To Make Your Life Easier With Geofencing

    Logan Strain - July 15th, 2016

    You wouldn’t know it from the recent news, but GPS capabilities on smartphones and wearables are good for more than just hunting Pokemon. One of the cooler, but less-utilized, features is “geofencing.” This is digitally marking a pa...

  • The Best Smart Light Bulbs You Can Control With Your Smartwatch

    Rebecca Paredes - July 14th, 2016

    Source Back when times were simpler, i.e. the ‘90s, my absolute favorite Disney Channel Original Movie was Smart House — a sci-fi comedy about a teen who wins a fully automated dream house. Sure, the crux of the movie is that the house&...

  • Emerging Technologies That Are About Give You A Case Of Future Shock

    Logan Strain - July 8th, 2016

    In 1970, author Alvin Toffler published the book Future Shock, which made him famous as a pioneering futurist. He died last week at the age of 87. Future Shock argued that we were living in a time of such rapid technology change, it’s literally...

  • The Revolution Will Be Automated: Take A Look Inside Your Future Smart Home

    Amica Graber - May 13th, 2016

    Source You’re reclining comfortably in your smart car, watching the bright lights of the city pass by as you head home after a long day at work. “Siri? What’s for dinner?” you ask, wondering if the milk will last until the gr...

  • These 8 Wearables Will Fix Your Health Problems

    Heidi Redlitz - May 10th, 2016

    "Wearable medical technology" has a dystopic ring to it. Replacing surgeons with robots? Swapping human parts for bionic ones? Swallowing microchips instead of medicine? As disturbing as it is to picture artificial intelligence standing in for human...

  • Google's Electronic Eye Implant: Better Than Contacts?

    Heidi Redlitz - May 7th, 2016

    On April 28, Google filed a patent for a device that can be injected directly into your eye. We're not talking about Google's "smart" contact lens or a new prototype of its failed Google Glass (which is also in development). Google plans to develop ...

  • Met Gala 2016 Recap: Did Anna Wintour Give Wearable Tech A Makeover?

    Heidi Redlitz - May 4th, 2016

    On Monday night, the Metropolitan Museum of Art hosted its annual event to raise money for the Costume Institute, the museum's only self-funded department. The Met Gala 2016 — or, more pointedly, what publicist Paul Wilmot called the "ATM for t...

  • I, Robot? These Human Cyborgs Are Real Pioneers Of Wearables

    Amica Graber - May 4th, 2016

    Yuval Noah Harari, a professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has a stark imagining of the future. Professor Harari told The Telegraph that humans will transform themselves into gods within 200 years by integrating our biological bodies with ...

  • Quell Saved My Life: Two Chronic Pain Success Stories

    Rebecca Paredes - April 29th, 2016

    You just want to sleep. You’ve dealt with chronic pain all day, and now, laying in your bed in the quiet nighttime stillness, you rest — and wait to feel a few hours of reprieve from an unending onslaught of pain and stiffness in your ne...

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