Getting ready to exercise? How do you prepare? Do you put on a wearable to keep track of your workout? Or is your Fitbit or Apple Watch always on your wrist? We asked our HealthcareNow Radio show hosts what wearables do they use to keep track of their health and exercise activities and habits.Read More
By Luke Smith – Managing diabetes can be a cumbersome burden for many due to multiple daily injections and blood sugar tests. Life with diabetes has become significantly easier over the years, however, thanks to advancements in technology and treatment.
The National Science Foundation has awarded $10 million to a Rice University-led team that hopes to create wearable and point-of-care microscopes that use on-chip illumination and sensing to non-invasively aid in the diagnosis and monitoring of nearly 100 health conditions that today require a biopsy or blood test.
By Dr. Albert Villarin – Over the last decade, the Internet of Things (IoT) has entered our daily lives in the form of home automation, with sensors being added to fire alarms, door locks, and thermostats. For early adopters, IoT was an exciting reality.
November 18-19, 2015, Santa Clara Convention Center, Santa Clara CA Wearable Technologies for Fashion, Healthcare, Sportswear, Enterprise & Military As traditional consumer electronics devices begin…
By Jonathon Dreyer – I’ll admit it: I’m a James Bond fan. And one of the things I love most is the obligatory scene in every film where Q does a run-down of all the gadgets with which Bond will be outfitted—including the upgrades to his always-impressive car.
By Beth Kelly – Now that the 2015 Consumer Electronics Show is over, the tech world is buzzing over the latest and greatest products that were debuted and displayed there by companies big and small. One trend that has only grown in recent years at CES is the presence of health technology at the show and it’s slowly becoming a part of mainstream consumers’ everyday life.