Sunday, May 20, 2018

Amazfit Bip: A SmartWatch That Will Be Light On Your Pocket

Xiaomi's sub-brand Huami, has recently come up with a new product to take on the wearable market - the Amazefit Bip. It may look like any other smartwatch in town but...

Taking The Guesswork Out of Limb Injuries: IMU Step

  The Academy Award winning motion capture leader, Vicon's, IMeasureU division announced the release of IMU Step. It a new piece of motion-sensing wearable tech designed to track the movement of athletes...

Kate Spade & Tapestry Gets Into Wearable Tech Business

Kate Spade, a part of the Tapestry group of design brands, flaunted a recently launched smartwatch for women on the recent Consumer Electronics Exhibit. While the instrument isn't inclined to have...

Harlequins Increase Wearable Usage to Enhance Players Performance

London’s Rugby Union Premiership team Harlequins has broadened partnership with Catapult Sports (a sports technology firm) to improve its athlete performance by having tracking it more efficiently. Harelquins are one of the...

Suunto’s Motion Sensor: Movesense

A year after launching Movesense beta at Consumers Electronics Show (CES), about 400 developers from all over the world have Suunto’s all-in-one motion sensor’s access, which also includes 4 companies that...

Steel HR: The Smart Watch that Takes Care of Your Pulse

Steel HR is a wearable heart rate monitor that monitors your heart beat through the day. Its futuristic feature like long battery life, smart wake-up, water resistance and activity tracking put...

Stifit: Your Fitness Tracker

There have been huge developments when it comes to personal fitness trackers but Stifit is different than the rest of them. Yes, there is a new personal activity and fitness tracker...

EOZ Air: The Future of Wireless Earphones

After the successful Kickstarter campaign for EOZ One, EOZ Audio is back, claiming to introduce the world’s most advanced wireless earphones called the EOZ Air. With 4 hours of continuous playback...

No more recharging – Matrix’s PowerWatch runs on body heat.

Matrix Industries' has came up with a smart watch which runs on body generated heat. It uses high tech methods that make use of thermoelectric generators that yield better result than...

The Wearable Sensor to Asses & Predict Patients’ Treatment Outcomes.

Osteoarthritis is one of the most prevalent joint disease in people above 65 years of age. This disease primarily effects the joint, while eroding the surrounding bone and cartilage. It is...

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