Verily Release Study Watch For Medical Research

The growing value of data in healthcare is a topic I’ve touched on increasingly in the past few months.  A good example of the possibilities […]

The ring that monitors your vitamin D levels

Wearable devices have become increasingly adept at monitoring a range of bodily signals.  One of the more interesting has been developed by Dutch company e-Senses, […]

The latest generation of health and fitness wearables

Whilst most wearable technologies have been bits of hardware, such as watches, there are a growing number of tools that are built into clothing itself. […]

Behind the Buzzwords

What eLearning trends mean for Associations As digital learning opportunities swell across industries, trend watchers predict which shifts organizations should heed. Buzzwords like microlearning, mobile […]

Bringing sports analytics to a cricket ball

The number of new sporting products emerging with data tracking, and subsequently AI, capabilities built into them has mushroomed in recent years. I’ve covered a […]

SXSW Announces Winners for 2017 Accelerator Pitch Event []

SXSW Announces Winners for 2017 Accelerator Pitch Event — from Pitch competition showcased global startups featuring cutting-edge innovation in 10 technology categories Excerpt: The […]

The watch that provides continuous blood pressure readings

Blood pressure is typically measured via a cuff that’s designed to temporarily half blood flow.  Whilst there may be benefits, therefore of being able to […]

Under Armour release shoe capable of monitoring fatigue

Last year sportswear company Under Armour teamed up with IBM.  The two companies worked on a new version of the UA Record app that will […]

Wearables providing early disease detection

Wearable technology is increasingly capable of providing an early warning system for a range of diseases.  For instance, smart bandages are increasingly able to detect […]

VR First: Democratizing VR/AR Innovation

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SID2017: Safer Internet Day 2017-Participation

. Image credit: . Safer Internet Day 2017 – Save the date!. Safer Internet Day (SID) is organised by Insafe in February of each year […]

Making wearable data fit for research

Wearable technologies have a tremendous amount of potential for delivering health improvements.  Much of this potential rests in their ability to both collect large volumes […]