U.S. Healthcare Systems Should Adopt Rapid Innovation Hubs
The creation of innovation hubs in healthcare to rapidly prototype emerging tech in areas like wearables and telemedicine can not only save healthcare systems billions of dollars, but improve outcomes for all involved.
Connected cars are about more than buying coffee from your dashboard
Your future commute will take you farther than you can imagine. Your car could keep you connected to your route, your family and your bank account.
Biosensors and Beyond: Who's Who in Wearables
The diversity of the current wearables market cannot be understated.
Smart Toilet That Can Detect Disease in Urine and Feces of User Created
Device mounted to a toilet incorporates test strips and video cameras and recognizes the user by fingerprint and "distinctive features" on their anus.
Developing 'Smart' Skin That Can Feel, Stretch and Heal
A professor is testing artificial skin that can mimic human properties and potentially be utilized by amputees and skin graft patients to improve their quality of life.
Wearable Lets Fathers Feel Their Unborn Babies Kicking
Fibo device allows the wearer to feel a baby's womb movement in real-time.
New Smartwatch Predicts Moods and Teaches Social Skills
MIT researchers have developed a wearable to help people who suffer from social anxiety.
Is Apple Planning Google Glass-Style Smart Glasses?
Apple is reportedly planning its own version of the wearable device.
Fibers Implanted in Your Body Could Sense Disease
Stretchy optical fibers can serve as long-lasting implants that bend and twist with the body without breaking.
Smart Dog Collar Tells You What Your Dog Is Feeling
The Inupathy smart collar can tell if your dog is feeling yappy or sad.
Google Wants to Get Under Your Skin
Google's latest patent describes a diagnostic device that can be implanted in a person's body.
Patent Shows Google Hasn't Given Up on Glass
Google Glass has disappeared from public view recently, but Google hasn't given up on it just yet.
Electronic Tattoo Powered by Smartphone Monitors Health
Electronic skin patch monitors a wearer's health using power transmitted from their smartphone.
Modular Smartwatch Is Swiss Army Knife For Your Wrist
Interchangeable modules of the Blocks smartwatch include a flashlight, GPS and an extra battery.
A New Skin-Thin Wearable Warns of Sun Overexposure
The patch, thinner than a human hair and free of charge, measures your daily UV exposure.
Smart Ring Turns Your Skin Into a Touch Pad
The new system expands the touch interface of wearables to include your entire arm.
Nokia to Buy Wearable Startup Withings for $191 million
The deal signals the faded phone giant's re-emergence as a consumer brand.
Smart Contact Lenses Take Photos in the Blink of an Eye
Tiny sensors can detect eye movements and blinking, according to a Samsung patent.
Is Wearable Technology Just a Fad?
Research suggests we're bored of smartwatches and wearable tech - but manufacturers think otherwise.
Wearable Sensor Sees Your Health in Your Sweat
Exercise monitoring is only the beginning for this personal health-tracking technology.
Health Wearables Take Center Stage at CES
Wearables aimed at living a healthy lifestyle are getting more and more sophisticated.
This Wearable Relieves Chronic Pain Without Any Drugs
Quell tricks the central nervous system to produce natural opioids to relieve pain.
Photos: New Smart Tats Take Health Tracking to the Next Level
Tech tattoos are made from small pieces of hardware that connect with electricity-conducting paint and tiny chips that collect data.
'Tech Tats' Usher in New Generation of Wearables
They could change how we monitor our steps and vital signs—and even pay for a cup of coffee.
Sony's Rival to Google Glass Goes on Sale
But the wearable may not be attractive enough: "It's like a chastity belt for your face"