migraine

by Stefanie Crucius

May 19, 2018

4 Wearables to Fight Migraine

Migraine is a chronic, crippling neurovascular disorder, defined by barrages of serious headache and dysfunctioning autonomic nervous system, concerning 15% of citizens in developed countries. It is one of the most underestimated and immobilizing diseases in the planet and costs nearly 111 Billion Euros each year in Europe alone. In the United States, an estimated […]

professional sports

by Johanna Mischke

May 19, 2018

Wearable Technology: The Latest Trend in Professional Sports

Wearable technology is leading a sports revolution. It is changing the definition of sports and the level and efficacy of the game. Because of wearable tech, fans can now enjoy really intense sports with athletic competence and mild to no injuries. Many big leagues have assimilated various wearables in their games and practice sessions. Officials […]

blockchain

by Stefanie Crucius

May 19, 2018

HTC Reportedly Working on a Blockchain-Powered Android Smartphone

Smartphone revolution may have stumbled to a stop in recent years, but Taiwanese firm HTC has come up with a plan to revive the omnipresent gadget with a new smartphone that is powered by blockchain technology. The technology, called Exodus will include a protected hardware enclave designed for cryptocurrencies. The new phone will also have […]

rubi

by Salahuddin Amed

May 19, 2018

Innovative Wearable Tracks Fetal Movement Without Ultrasonic Technology

Rubi Life, a new startup has come up with a novel idea of tracking fetal movement without using any type of ultrasonic technology. Rubi is a revolutionary wearable pregnancy monitor that uses passive nanotechnology to track baby’s kicks in the third trimester so that you know just how active your baby is. Doctors recommend kick […]

movement sensation

by Ramona Socher

May 18, 2018

Restoring Movement Sensation in Patients with Upper Limb Amputation

A research team led by Cleveland Clinic has successfully engineered a complex hand movement sensation in patients with upper limb amputations. Scientists believe in the future this breakthrough may help patients with upper limb amputations improve their ability to control prostheses, manage daily activities and improve their quality of life. “By restoring the intuitive feeling […]