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PhysIQ Announces Two New Patent Allowances for Artificial Intelligence Analytics in Wearables

PhysIQ, a company dedicated to enabling proactive care delivery models through its highly scalable cloud-based platform for personalized physiology analytics, announced two new patent allowances by the US Patent & Trademark Office on its core analytics in digital medicine. These analytics help power PhysIQ’s machine learning and artificial intelligence approach to providing a platform for […]
Microsoft patents sensor for health wearables

Microsoft Patents Multidimensional Heart Rate Sensor that Delivers Accurate Data on Wearables

It seems like Microsoft is trying to get back in the health wearable space after abandoning the Microsoft Band in 2016. Neowin reports on a new patent filing by Microsoft, which says the tech giant has filed a patent for a multidimensional optical sensor which could detect heart rate, pulse wave velocity, blood and tissue […]
TCL foldable phone

TCL Patent Hints at a Foldable Smartphone that Can be Worn as a Smartwatch

As more and more companies are expressing their desire to manufacture foldable phones, 2019 may turn out to be the year of foldable smartphones. While Samsung and Huawei are leading the pack, last week Nubia announced it will launch a foldable phone at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) this month. Now, it seems Chinese electronics […]
Google gesture smartwatch

Google Files Patent for a Gesture-Based Smartwatch That Could Be Used for Video Conferencing

Google has filed a patent application for a smartwatch-like wearable device which will act upon a user’s gestures. Read more Kai – A Revolutionary Gesture-Based Workflow Automation Device Launches on Crowdfunding Site The device would be secured to the user’s wrist, and would pick up on their hand motions and other gestures through an assemblage […]
Carnival OceanMedallion

Carnival Awarded Three US Patents for its OceanMedallion Wearable Device

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has awarded Carnival, the world’s largest cruise ship company, three patents protecting 46 intellectual property innovations for its wearable OceanMedallion™. The wearable device contains a proprietary blend of communication technologies including Near Field Communication (NFC) and Bluetooth Low Energy (BLE), as well as other non-disclosed capabilities. Read more […]
Germany innovative economy

Germany is the Most Innovative Economy in the World, Says World Economic Forum

Germany is currently leading the innovation race – thanks in part to the speed it’s developing new technologies like driverless cars. Germany came top as the world’s most innovative economy in the World Economic Forum’s latest Global Competitiveness Report. The country scored 87.5 out of 100 in the Innovation capability pillar – one of the […]