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

  • These Wearables Could Help Addicts Get Clean

    Heidi Redlitz - April 19th, 2016

    The most popular wearable devices are typically developed for the sake of convenience. They help you stick to your healthy diet, fitness regime, sleep habits, and busy schedule. Most wearables don't solve a pressing problem; they justmake your life e...

  • Quell: The Wearable Device That Can Cut Chronic Pain Without Drugs

    Logan Strain - April 11th, 2016

    Donna came to the Central Florida Foot and Ankle Center to heal a partial tear of her achilles tendon. She also needed to do something about the pain. It was intense: eight or nine on a scale that goes up to ten. Since she was already a veteran in he...

  • The "Smart” Contact Lens: Can It Really Treat Diabetes?

    Heidi Redlitz - March 3rd, 2016

    You'd wear smart tech on your wrist. You'd wear it on your clothes. But would you wear it in your eye? In January 2014, Google announced that it was testing a prototype "smart" contact lens to monitor blood glucose levels in people with diabetes. In...

  • Would You Swallow A Pill For Science?

    Heidi Redlitz - March 3rd, 2016

    We're on the brink of a "consumable" revolution. Thanks to recent breakthroughs in nano chip technology, researchers have created chips, sensors, and cameras that are actually small enough to swallow. These miniaturized devices come in the form of a ...

  • The Surprising Way Your Fitness Tracker Makes You Healthier

    Jessica Ruane - March 3rd, 2016

    Fitness trackers are great at telling us how far we've walked or how much sleep we get each night. What they're not so good at is explaining how that information can help you make healthy changes to your life. It is almost entirely up to the user to ...

  • The Future Of E-Paper Could Change The Way We See The World

    Jessica Ruane - March 2nd, 2016

    When ebooks first hit the market, many thought they'd just be another passing fad that would die out once the novelty wore off. There was no way that the average American would abandon the familiar, comfortable feeling of a book with actual pages in ...


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