The wearables market, despite the economy, is still showing growth. However, the first quarter this year showed less than one-third the growth than was expected.
The further we get through the coronavirus pandemic, the more tech is helping the medical community. Wearable apps could help detect asymptomatic COVID-19 cases.
Along with health information, researchers believe wearables may help with relationships in he future. It turns out, though, that they’re already affecting relationships.
There’s a new budget fitness band being offered: the Wyze Band. Not only is it only $25, but it will control your smart home devices as well.
Fitness trackers and other wearables are being used more frequently to track VO2 Max, a measurement of how well the body uses oxygen when exercising.
Fitness trackers and smartwatches are being called out because it’s been learned they don’t correctly track the heart rate of people with darker sin.