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NXP Qualcomm partner for eSIM integration

NXP and Qualcomm Partner Up To Integrate eSIM Into Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Wear-Based Wearables

Qualcomm Technologies, Inc. started a new initiative meant to bring experts together to develop ideas, further standards and expand the ecosystem, called the Wearables...
Garmin Dexcom Connect IQ

People With Diabetes Who Use Dexcom G6 CGM Can Now View Their Data on...

Garmin introduced the Dexcom Connect IQ app, providing people with Type 1 and Type 2 diabetes who use the Dexcom G6 Continuous Glucose Monitor...
Movesense Becomes Independent of Suunto

Movesense Becomes Independent of Suunto To Strengthen and Grow In The Medical Field

Movesense, the open development platform for wearables and sensor products for fitness and health, is becoming independent of Suunto following a management buy-out deal. The deal opens new opportunities for […]
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Supersapiens Energy Band

Supersapiens Glucose Display Wearable Is Designed Specifically For Athletes

Supersapiens has announced a new wearable device specifically designed for athletes. Dubbed the Energy Band, the wearable, in conjunction with Abbott’s Libre Sense Glucose Sport Biosensor, can display your glucose […]
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Facebook new wearables interact with AR

Facebook’s New Wrist-Based Wearable Lets You Interact With Augmented Reality

Facebook is building an interface for Augmented Reality (AR) that won’t force us to choose between interacting with our devices and the world around us. The social media giant is […]
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Australian Government 7 million dollars for healthcare

Australian Government Allots US$7 Million to Enhance Healthcare Using Wearables

The Australian government is investing $10 million (US$7 million) in research projects using the latest digital and mobile technology to improve primary health care delivery. Read more Australian Researchers Develop […]
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