New ‘biofilm’ conceptualized by researchers at UMass Amherst can harvest energy taken to evaporate sweat off the skin to power wearable technology.
The next installment of the Future in Films series will be on the futuristic world created in Spielberg’s sci-fi thriller, Minority Report, where we see Tom Cruise in the role of John Anderton; a detective in the Department of Pre-Crime where murders are seen before they happen, and the team must decode clues and stop the crime before it takes place.
Textile-integrated metamaterials are pushing the frontiers of what’s possible with wearable technology. UC Irvine research explores two use cases for the novel “body area network” in a published study.
The new Adidas GMR technology aims to connect gaming and physical football worlds through insoles fitted with a smart tag made by Google.
The smart backpack is the latest addition to Google’s Project Jacquard collection of products.
Apple’s sixth-generation watch redefines health and wellness capabilities of wearable tech, and it’s here in the nick of time
The new health and wellness band will compete with the Apple Watch and Google’s FitBit.
Research science arm of Facebook is developing AR glasses that produce sounds ‘perceptually indistinguishable from reality’ and grant ‘perceptual superpowers’
The $300 Oura Smart Ring is a personal health tracker that is capable of measuring body pulse, sleep quality, heart rate as well as skin temperature.
With an increase in healthcare related apps, technology is helping people take charge of their health in new and exciting ways.
Could a VR headset be the newest addition to add to the impressive and rapidly expanding Apple line up?
Snapchat are back at it again with round two Spectacles, after their first attempt was a resounding failure. Can they turn it around?
Snapchat’s Spectacles has joined the ranks as another failed iteration of smart glasses. But why didn’t they catch on as much as Snap Inc hoped?