Friday, May 26, 2017
Future Wearables

Future Wearables

As the launch date of Apple Watch gets silently revoked from the official website due to unexplained production roadblock and massive pre-booking, the rumors of Apple Watch 2 can be seen floating in the air. And to remind you,...

Does your boyfriend often stay glued to his smartphone rather than paying heed to your subtle hints? Are you in a long-distance relationship and crave for each other’s touch? Or do not want to get wrong about your love...

More than smartwatches, smart clothes are rocking the wear arena. The smartclothes help the professional athlete to better their game by tracking performance in aspect of power, fatigue and breathing volume. For instance, we have Hexoskin smart shirt that...

Wow. She is hot. I cannot live without her. I do not give a damn. F**K. Let it go. Move on. Oh God, why me? Thank you! Aww… The emotional quotient of human beings makes them different from the...

The BrainPort V100 helps people with visual disabilities to navigate through day-to-day activities independently. This is an assistive wearable that allows the wearer to use his tongue. Though, it needs supervision and training to be able to use the...

Performance matters, deep down in the sack. Or at least the sex wearables want us to believe so. They are gaining popularity and keeping track of your well, eh for the lack of better word, moves in the bed. https://player.vimeo.com/video/128866702 Lovely...

Quell is a wearable pain manager that promises to give you quick relief in 15 minutes and also makes an exception by not just sticking to your wrist. Instead, it is designed for chronic pains around the calf. The...

Savita Halappanavar, the case of Indian-origin dentist living in Ireland is enough to reveal the odds of expecting mothers face in the country.  The lady, who suffered miscarriage, was denied abortion because Ireland has strict laws against MTP. Until...

In the world of wearables, small is the new big. At least, the latest trend says so. Continuing its tryst with experimental concepts of last year, Intel demonstrated button-sized Curie this year at CES 2015. Named after the famous...

Those who believe that wearables are in their diaper days would definitely change their views after reading this. Researchers from the University of Tokyo, led by professors Takao Someya and Takayasu Sakurai have invented the world’s first sensor that...

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Wearable technology is on the rise across the globe. A small device which can be wore like a watch or pinned to the body...