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.
Are you one to hide your emotions? That may be a thing of the past as researchers have devised a way to measure moods using a smart device.
MIT researchers are designing clothes that can detect vital signs and send the results back to a doctor. This makes recording someone’s heath easier.
A recent patent shows Apple is looking to add to their wearable line. The company has filed its third patent for what could be the “Apple Glove.”
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.
Estimote wearables offer a solution in the changing workforce that will track employees to narrow down who they were near if they test positive coronavirus.
Along with health information, researchers believe wearables may help with relationships in he future. It turns out, though, that they’re already affecting relationships.
Wearable ECG devices represent the next generation of wearable heart health devices. They’re more accurate, provide better data, and are more reliable.
Wearables can be more than watches and earbuds. Google, Adidas, and EA agree and have created a smart insole wearable, the Adidas GMR.
A new report from the IDC shows that Apple wearables are the reigning champ in both 2019 and QB, thanks to AirPods and the Apple Watch.
A new patent for the Apple Smart Ring shows the company is considering an expandable ring that would cover the entire finger.
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.
NextMind is introducing a wearable device that allows you to control any Internet of Things device with your thoughts and will be available next year.
While there are plenty of smart wearables in the market, not all of them are a success. Here are some of the factors that make a smart wearable successful.
If running or walking sometimes seems like a chore, you may need the new robot shorts designed to make you feel lighter while running or walking.
An MIT student, Arnav Kapur, created a wearable, AlterEgo, that works like a voice assistant, without the user having to speak a single word.
Engineers at a university are designing monitoring devices that can stick to the skin like plaster, making hte wearer look hal android.
Smart wearables may seem trivial, but they play an important role in the uprising of IoT. Here are some of the great uses of smart wearables.