Myntra Blink Go

by Sam Draper

July 16, 2018

Myntra Enters Wearable Market, Launches Fitness Band ‘Blink Go’

Indian fashion e-commerce company Myntra has entered into wearable market with the launch of its first wearable device – a fitness tracker dubbed ‘Blink Go.’ This roll out shows Myntra is capable of designing and developing wearable devices that can be integrated across consumer categories in the future. Read more Fitbit Faces A Tough Road […]

Borns ai surgery

by Sam Draper

July 16, 2018

Borns, AI-Powered Minimally Invasive Surgery Has Huge Prospects in Healthcare

Borns Medical Robotic Inc., an advanced robotic surgery startup company that mainly focuses on AI medicine, has developed new minimally invasive surgical robot with own intellectual property to meet the surgical requirement in China. Founded by Dr. Yao Li, a scientist at Stanford Robotics Lab., Borns is dedicated to advancing minimally invasive surgical robotics and […]

Wear index name change

by Sam Draper

July 16, 2018

The Wearable ETF Gets Name Change To Home In On AR/VR Technology

Exchange Traded Concepts LLC (ETC), a leader in providing white label Exchange Traded Fund (ETF) solutions, have announced in conjunction with Eve Capital that the index for WEAR, the Wearable ETF (CBOE: WEAR) will soon be changed to the EQM Tactile AR/VR Virtual Technology Index. “We are committed to providing unique ETF’s that can enable […]

Workplace wearable technology

by Sam Draper

July 13, 2018

How to Utilize Wearable Tech For A Successful Workplace Wellness Program

Employee workplace wearable technology programs have gained huge popularity in the last few years. The health and wellness of employees directly impact the health of a business. Studies have shown that 21 percent of male employees and 32 percent of female employees who struggle with health also suffer from chronic illnesses. However, employees who use […]

Wearable e-traces ballet shoes

by Sam Draper

July 13, 2018

New Wearable Tech Captures Dance Movements Transforms Them Into Visual Sensations

When we think of wearable technology, we don’t see ballet shoes as a wearable device. But in fact, E-Traces pointe shoes designed by Lesia Trubat, may be the world’s first wearable ballet shoes. The shoes capture the movement and pressure of the dancer’s feet using Lilypad Arduino technology and transmits this information to a smartphone […]