Buzz to reduce sexual assault

This Ob-Gyn-Designed Wearable May Reduce Campus Sexual Assault

A California ob-gyn has invented a bracelet that may reduce sexual assaults in campus. The bracelet called Buzz is part blood alcohol-monitoring wearable, part...
Smart products making a revolution

How Smart Products Are Making A Revolution in Healthcare

A few years ago, wearable technology meant something that you wear on your wrists such as a fitness tracker monitoring your heart and tracking...

VIDEO: 2013 Wearable Technologies Conference, San Francisco, USA

Here some first impressions from our Wearable Technologies Conference 2013 in San Francisco. More will follow soon:

We Think an Ecosystem of Companies Can Solve Global Healthcare Problems & Bring Wearable...

WT | Wearable Technologies had an in-depth conversation with the CEO of Kenzen, Sonia Sousa, to discuss how their wearable patch is spicing up...

Wearables to Improve the Life of Those in Need

Technology can bring us many good things. One of many are the advances that science has made to make the life of those in...
Microsoft hololens 2

Microsoft Will Reportedly Unveil HoloLens 2 This Year

A little over 2 years ago Microsoft launched HoloLens, its ambitious incursion into the world of augmented reality glasses. HoloLens gained popularity for being...