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.
Amazon internal documents show details of a voice-activated wearable they are developing that can recognize human emotions to help both the consumer and the company.
Wearable technology is just getting started, and wearable medical devices will make waves in the healthcare industry, as they play a significant role through the critical information they offer.
KaHa, a Singapore-based end-to-end IoT platform company for smart wearables, has launched a smart fitness t-shirt that can do ECG tracking.
There have been some new developments with fabric technology that may allow us to finally have wearable smart garment technology.
Three companies are developing the use of wearable technology for industrial and businesses with the belief that enterprise and healthcare are driving the wearables market.
The cheapest Fitbit fitness tracker ever, Inspire, is meant for the corporate world with a goal of keeping insurance costs down.
IoT also has a great effect on the world of healthcare. Here are some of the most useful health wearables that you can try right now.
We think of wearables as a more-recent technology, but Puma produced “smart shoes” three decades ago and is now trying an updated version 30 years later.
Google and Levi’s worked together to create a smart jacket that will prevent you from leaving without your phone. Is this a feature worth $350?