Wearable Technologies News Roundup – August

Wearables are hot this summer and we are seeing great innovations happening all over the world. Over the last months many companies and inventors have brought their smartwatches to the market and crowdfunding platforms are constantly featuring new innovative approaches. In the last weeks alone, we have seen successful campaigns by Kreyos, a waterproof device including gesture recognition, or Hot Watch, which comes with a bio-mechanical solution enabling private calls amplified by the palm of your hand. Omate's True Watch even goes a step further by integrating 3G networks, allowing it to either replace your smartphone or accompany it.

Wearables for pregnancy and newborns

We already reported on wearable technologies for children and babies but there are a few more wearable products coming up, especially for babies, even...

Samsung Galaxy Gear to be announced in Berlin

The Executive Vice President of Samsungs's mobile, Young-hee Lee, will unveil the company’s smartwatch Galaxy Gear at a special event in Berlin, two days before the IFA 2013. Samsungs first smartwatch will not...

VIDEO: 2013 Wearable Technologies Conference – Interview: Beecham Research

Vince Holton from our media partner Incisor.tv interviews Robin Duke-Woolley (Beecham Research), Harry Strasser and Christian Stammel at the Wearable Technologies Conference 2013 in...

VIDEO: 2013 Wearable Technologies Conference, San Francisco – event overview

For those who weren't able to attend but also for those who were there: Our video recap of the Wearable Technologies Conference 2013 in...

Wearable Technologies News Roundup – July

It‘s been another great month for the wearable technologies industry with lots of activities and innovations popping up. Pixie Scientific started an Indiegogo campaign, offering smart diapers that monitor children‘s health. Another great application of biochemistry in the wearable sector seeking funding is a patch that claims to be a non-toxic solution against the threat of malaria infections through mosquitoes. In July we’ve also seen two interesting new accelerators showing up and the Wearable Technologies Conference was a highlight for experts and innovators in the WT industry...