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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 Livestrong-style bracelet that aims to support […]

Wearable Technologies show at ISPO 2013

In 2013 the WTshow will be part of the ISPO for the 7th year in a row and looking back it is great to see how the products and projects […]
wearable technology healthcare

Wearable Tech is Here to Stay with a Robust Presence in the Future Healthcare...

The wearable technology industry has faced much skepticism. While it hasn’t been a success story so far, the experts expect a boom in the future wearable market. The growth will […]
Indias growing market of wearables

Fitbit Faces A Tough Road Ahead in India’s Growing Wearables Market

India is the world’s youngest nation with nearly 60% of population below average age of 35 years. Wearable devices in the country recorded huge growth with a value CAGR of […]
Breathe to lose weight

This Wearable Helps You Lose Weight by Analyzing Your Breath

With a vape pen-like look, Lumen, a small wearable device helps you lose weight by analyzing your breath. Lumen is your very own nutritionist who tells you in real time […]
Google fit new design

Google Fit Gets a Brand New Design with New Health-Tracking Rings

Google has revealed a redesign for its fitness tracking app called Google Fit. The new design focus is on closing rings, much like Apple (and the rest). According to Google, […]