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AiServe develops A.I. wearable for the blind and partially sighted

German AI company AiServe is developing a machine learning system to help blind and visually impaired people find their way safely around towns and...

Apple’s record results see it booming in wearables, mobile payments

Despite the widely held belief that Apple is losing ground to Google and has been short of big ideas since the passing of Steve...

Health IoT: Wearable can predict older adults’ risk of falling

Sensors, connected devices, and Internet of Things (IoT) technologies have enormous potential to change the way we think about healthcare in the home. But...

Healthtech: Wearable helps injured athletes recover faster

For athletes suffering from serious tendon injuries, the rehabilitation process is painfully slow and far from risk free. One slip could undermine months of...

Mind-reader: MIT’s AlterEgo wearable knows what you’re going to say

A wearable being developed at MIT's Media Lab knows what its wearer is going to say before any sound is made. The AlterEgo device uses...

Health IoT: New wearable can diagnose stomach problems

A research team from University California Berkeley and the University of California San Diego has developed a wearable system for monitoring electrical activity in...

Health IoT: Scientists develop diet wearable – for your teeth

Scientists at the Tufts University School of Engineering have developed a wearable sensor that can stick to a single tooth to track a user's diet,...

Wearables: Sensor that reads hydration set to hit the market

An unusual consortium including drinks brand Gatorade, the US Air Force, and Northwestern University is collaborating to take the guesswork out of hydration. The...

Ralph Lauren deploys wearable tech for Team USA’s Winter Olympics uniform

Fashion giant Ralph Lauren and the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) have unveiled athlete uniforms for the opening and closing ceremonies at this year's Winter...

L’Oreal helps customers tackle skin cancer risk with wearable sensor

With skin cancer on the rise, sun safety is a serious business and L'Oreal is aiming to help customers lower their risk with a...

MIT’s Embr Labs brings personal thermostat to market

Embr Labs, an MIT start-up, has launched a wrist-worn personal thermostat to help keep its wearer cool under pressure and  warm when they need...

Chip implants give Three Square Market staff new powers

Three Square Market specializes in ‘micro markets’ – mini convenience stores located in staff break rooms – but it's also developing an interesting sideline...
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