It can detect signals at frequencies higher and lower than our own ears, too.
Singularity University held its Exponential Medicine Conference last week in San Diego, a look at how technologists are redesigning and rebuilding today’s broken healthcare system.
We will continue to see double-digit growth in the number of Americans using wearable devices over the next several years, according to eMarketer’s first wearables forecast. In 2015, 39.5 million US adults 18 and over will use wearables, including smartwatches and fitness trackers. That’s a jump of 57.7% over 2014. While penetration among US adults is just 16.0% this year, eMarketer expects that to double by 2018, to 81.7 million users.
We live in an era where new technologies are appearing so fast that it is hard to follow all the new developments. But, personal transportation, the one most often associated with speeds and progress, so far remained largely untouched by the revolution in digital tech – when compared to what happened to communications in the last couple of decades, car remained pretty much the same. However, we already see the first portents of approaching changes – so let’s take a look at car tech that may become reality in not so distant future.
In recent months, there have been a lot of changes to the mobile platform landscape. Innovative reimaginings of the way we connect with the world, new products and undeniably out-of-the-box features have made it an exciting time for consumers and the industry alike. But these big, bold changes have also created some uncertainty (and even anxiety) about where these moves are taking the market – especially the critical wearables segment.
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What is wearable technology? Who invented wearable technology? What is the future of wearable technology? These are just a few questions that are asked every day about wearable tecnhnology.. “Wearable technology” makes most people imagine a fitness tracker, a smartwatch or google glasses.
Your average wearable is good at conveying information – fitness trackers, email-alert rings, bracelets that tell you how much sun you’ve gotten – but not much more. Continue reading… “The future of wearables”
Surprisingly there are a wealth (both in quantity and value) of markets that are investigating the value of wearables in the enterprise, with a rich ecosystem of devices, a plethora of uses. Continue reading… “The periodic table of wearable technology”
With the tagline, “The conscious use of unconscious auto-contact behaviors,”, a new brand named Hairware is now translating hair-related gestures into modern-day messaging techniques. Continue reading… “Text without interrupting your conversation with hair extensions”
Novalogy a wearable tech startup, has launched an advanced eyewear device that helps the wearer wake up naturally and boost their energy levels to beat jet lag. Continue reading… “Glasses that mimic sunlight can minimize jet lag”
The future of wearables, the next big frontier, will be the move from existing outside our bodies to residing inside us. Continue reading… “Implantable wearables that are soon to be in your body”
After the unveiling of the new Apple Watch, it was apparent that wearables are just as functional as they are fun. Continue reading… “How wearables can transform small and growing businesses”