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  • 4 Smart Helmets That Will Change The Way You Ride

    Rebecca Paredes - January 25th, 2017

    Against my better judgment, I never rode a helmet when I biked to campus in college. I didn’t want to deal with mussed-up hair, and I didn’t want to have to worry about how I was going to cart around my helmet all day — it was a mat...

  • Buzzies Place Neuropsychological Stress Treatment On Your Wrists

    Logan Strain - January 25th, 2017

    Before neuropsychologist Dr. Amy Serin invented the Buzzies, she assumed that they already existed. “This has be accessible already,” she said as she searched for a device that applied the kind of treatments she used in her practice. &ldq...

  • Cogito Tops The List Of Smartwatches With The Best Battery Life

    Conor Hockett - January 25th, 2017

    Considering that smartwatches aim to complement, and in some cases replace, smartphones during certain activities, it’s ironic that both devices face the same complaint from consumers — short battery life. This issue stems from a choice...

  • These Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds Measure Your Heart Rate, Blood Oxygen Levels

    Rebecca Paredes - January 24th, 2017

    My most embarrassing day in the gym involved a dumbbell, a workout bench, and a stray earphone wire. I was sitting on a bench doing dumbbell curls, facing the mirror, making aggressive faces to assert my gym-dominance (naturally) — when the ed...

  • The Best Samsung Gear S3 Watch Straps You Can Get Right Now

    Conor Hockett - January 24th, 2017

    Consumers usually rate the design of a smartwatch based on specs like display size, screen resolution, and weight, but the value of customization is often overlooked. Take the Samsung Gear S3, for example. Its 1.3-inch, 360x360 AMOLED display is ...

  • BrainRobotics Provides An Affordable Prosthetic Hand For Amputees

    Conor Hockett - January 20th, 2017

    Prosthetics might not be the first product line you associate with wearables, but CES 2017 demonstrated just how many platforms there are within the industry. Many wearables, such as activity trackers and fitness watches, improve physical health, bu...

  • Go Puck’s Wearable Versatility Makes It A Standout Portable Charger

    Rebecca Paredes - January 19th, 2017

    It wasn’t until I started religiously wearing a smartwatch that I realized I was constantly playing a game of catch-up: either my phone was dying or my Pebble Time Round was. No one wants to live with dead electronics, but your options for com...

  • This Elite Fitness Wearable Tracks Your Lactic Acid Level

    Logan Strain - January 18th, 2017

    The life of a top-tier athlete is gruelling. They frequently have to wake up early to train, work until their body reaches its limit, and then prick their finger in order to bleed onto a testing strip. That last part may not be mentioned in Nike com...

  • Siren Care Weaves Temperature Monitoring Into Diabetic Socks

    Conor Hockett - January 18th, 2017

    Throughout her studies in biomedical engineering at Johns Hopkins University and her work in a wound lab at Northwestern University, two concepts were ingrained in Ran Ma’s mind: start with a problem, and then find a way to prevent it. As the ...

  • This 360 Body Camera Could Revolutionize Police Departments In The US

    Rebecca Paredes - January 18th, 2017

    We’re going to talk about police violence for a second. I know: it’s a tricky, fragmented, and complex topic, but it’s easier to approach with hard numbers. According to the ACLU, police killed six people in Australia, two in Englan...

  • Boltt Harnesses AI To Solve The Biggest Problem With Fitness Trackers

    Logan Strain - January 13th, 2017

    The beauty of the wearable era is that you can track every fact about your life. Want to know what your heart rate was on Oct. 17 of last year? Just pull it up in an app. Curious whether your got more sleep this week or last week? The data is right t...

  • Sports Tracker Shows Off Their Updated Sports App At CES

    Logan Strain - January 12th, 2017

    At CES this year, Sports Tracker, which is owned by Finnish company Amer Sports, came to show off their revamped app with the help of three gold medal Olympians: snowboarder Kaitlyn Farrington, hurdler Brianna Rollins, and diver David Boudia. And ...

  • Hearables Are The Next Big Thing In Fitness Wearables

    Conor Hockett - January 12th, 2017

    Activity trackers, smart clothing, and sports watches were all well-represented at CES 2017, but a new type of device might soon drive the fitness wearables marketplace. According to Steven LeBoeuf, President and co-founder of Valencell, hearables l...

  • This Dog Tracker Wants To Improve Your Relationship With Your Dog

    Rebecca Paredes - January 12th, 2017

    In the midst of a bustling exhibit floor at CES, there’s one easy way to capture tons of attention: bring a dog. Jagger & Lewis, a company based in France, had good reason to bring a four-legged friendto their booth — two members of t...

  • How A Set Of Earbuds Could Change The Way We Interact With Technology

    Logan Strain - January 11th, 2017

    At this year’s CES, if you wanted to see some genuinely forward-thinking consumer tech, you wouldn’t have to go to the packed Sony keynote, and you wouldn’t have to brave the massive exhibit halls to see booths from industry leaders...

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