Wearables for seizures

Wearable Technology Can Predict or Even Prevent Epileptic Seizures

Epilepsy is a neurological disorder in which brain activity becomes abnormal, causing seizures, sensations, and sometimes loss of awareness. Seizure symptoms can vary widely....
Glass Enterprise Edition 2

Google Announces Glass Enterprise Edition 2 with Qualcomm XR1 for $999

Google has launched the second edition of its Glass Enterprise Edition for $999 in the U.S. Glass Enterprise Edition 2 looks the same from...
AI tool for Alzheimers research

Artificial Intelligence Tool to Boost Alzheimer’s Disease Research

One of the hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease is beta amyloid plaque – clumps of protein that builds up in the brain and destroys neuron...
Wearable cooling patch

This Wearable Patch Will Keep You Cool on Hot Summer Days

Is the hot weather becoming unpleasant, making you uncomfortable to walk down the street? Not to worry, U.S. scientists have developed a wearable patch...
KaHa series B funding

Wearables Startup KaHa Raises $6.2 Million in Series B Funding

Singapore-based smart wearables startup KaHa has raised $6.2 million in a Series B funding to accelerate its growth in Asia. The founding round was...
Sensors Measure Biochemical Compounds

Swedish Scientists Develop Multi-Purpose Sensors for Measuring Biochemical Compounds in Blood and Sweat

Traditional wearable devices can monitor step count, heart rate, blood pressure and even blood glucose. However, these devices have limited functionality and have issues...