by Johanna Mischke

March 23, 2018

Star Trek-like Biosensors For Super Fast and Accurate Diagnostics

University Professor of Applied Physics Stephen Arnold and his team at the New York University Tandon School of Engineering have made a discovery that could lead to Star Trek-like biosensor devices capable of flagging the barest presence in blood of a specific virus or antibody, or protein marker for a specific cancer; or sniffing out airborne chemical […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

March 20, 2018

Is the End of Piggy Banks Near?

The wearables market had another great boost in 2017, but this time not only healthcare and sports wearables were responsible for it – payments wearables also played a big part. According to recent studies, over 60% of all wearables will feature payment services by the end of 2020. But why is that? One of the […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 27, 2018

Mobile World Congress 2018 Barcelona: The Newest Wearables In a Glance!

The Mobile World Congress 2018 #MWC18 had its kick-off yesterday in Barcelona and it brings once again the most innovative and cutting-edge technologies in the mobile market. Needless to say, new wearable technologies have also been revealed in these past two days. Check out the latest company´s highlights and top products we have selected for […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 23, 2018

2018 Promises to Be the Year for Smart Glasses!

It´s been 5 years since Google Glass was released in the market. Time flies, right? Since then we have stumbled upon some attempts in the smart glasses market – these somehow only had their heyday for a short-period. Anyhow, 2018 promises to be the year for smart glasses! Big names have been investing in this […]

by Vera Digner Romeiro

February 21, 2018

February: The American Heart Month

The numbers are alarming. According to World Health Organization (WHO), over 177.00 million people die every year from cardio vascular diseases – basically 30% of all deaths worldwide. Heart related diseases rise steadily with age, yet younger adults are becoming more and more inclined to be at risk earlier in life. One of the main […]