Chopra, Tanzi: Devices Will Reduce Disease, Alter Medicine

Personal electronic devices that spot early signs of disease, monitor and encourage fitness, and lower stress can help people reprogram their DNA for a healthier life, celebrity physicians said here at the Consumer Technology Association [...]

Examining Wearable Tech Trends From the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show

The wearable tech market has experienced a massive boost in recent years. Read More, Industry Tap


CES, The International Consumer Electronics Show, is a global consumer electronics and consumer technology trade show that takes place every January in Las Vegas, Nevada. Read More, Wellness Force

12 Seriously Cool Products From CES 2016

CES 2016 is over but it left the trail of numerous products launched in each sector. Read More, Huffington Post India

The future of caregiving tech is unbelievably large

Is there more caregiving gold in those Silicon Valley hills? Read More, Aging In Place Technology Watch

10 Health and Fitness Gadgets You’ll Want From CES 2016

Every year the entire tech world unites for the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, where reportedly more than 50 football fields’ worth of cutting edge gizmos and gadgets get their marketplace debut.

Looking Back at CES: Are Consumers and Doctors Finally Bridging the mHealth Gap?

With CES 2016 in the rear-view mirror, mHealth experts are assessing whether the glitz and glam of Las Vegas yielded any jackpots for healthcare providers. Read More, mHealth Intelligence

Disrupting Alzheimer’s And Us

The 2016 International Consumer Electronics Show is underway in Las Vegas, and tens of thousands have gathered to gawk at the latest gadgets and speculate about the wild possibilities of futuristic technologies. Read [...]

MBA Student Considers the Digital Future of Health and Wellness

I went to CES® in Las Vegas for my AMR project primarily to attend the 2016 Digital Health Summit and health and wellness exhibit at Sands Expo. Read More, The UCLA Anderson Blog

Move Over Wearables. Make Way for Implantables

Wearable monitors for health and fitness seemed to be everywhere in the exhibit halls and on the conference stages at CES 2016. But while this generation of biometric monitoring devices goes mainstream, a little Silicon [...]

Top IoT and wearable tech trends for 2016: Smartwatches in transition as smartglasses rule

The future of wearables, which includes activity trackers, smartwatches, smartglasses and embedded sensors in clothing, is quickly evolving and changing to reflect technological advances and new products available in the marketplace. Read More, TechRepublic

The coolest new wearable fitness trackers: 7 fascinating picks from CES 2016

I'm still trying to parse through the gads of incredible tech I saw at the International CES 2016 show last week, but one thing is for certain, wearable fitness trackers, those hot tech accessories that [...]

Fitness Wearables Go High Fashion Outside the Gym

Why did a green crocodile belt with a gold-plated buckle make its debut here at the Consumer Technology Association 2016 conference, better known for buzzing drones and virtual reality headsets? Read More, Medscape

MommyTech TV Talks The Hottest Trends At CES 2016

CES 2016 is behind us, and the world’s largest tech tradeshow was bigger than ever this year, with more gadgets and ideas than any one person could possibly cover. Read More, Chip Chick

10 Medical-Device Wearables To Improve Patients’ Lives

Back in 1938, Chicago electronics manufacturer Aurex Corp. developed the first wearable hearing aid, marking one of the earliest steps into what has become the fast-growing medical device wearables industry. Read More, Information Week

Medgadget @ CES 2016: Profusa Unveils Long-Term Implantable Biosensor

Last week at CES, South San Francisco based Profusa showed off an upcoming injectable sensor that can be used to continuously monitor oxygen levels in tissue. Measuring only 3-5 millimeters long and a tiny 500 [...]


Connected health and fitness technology remains an increasingly growing market for manufacturers and developers. Read More, MindGrub

A flying car?! See the coolest CES tech and gadgets

Tech expert Katie Linendoll shares some of the coolest gadgets that are causing buzz at this year's Consumer Electronics Show, including a shoe that can tighten or loosen with the push of a button, and [...]

Presenting iPhone Life’s Best of CES 2016 Winners!

Looking for a glimpse into the future? That's why hundreds of thousands of people flock to Las Vegas each year for the annual Consumer Electronics Show, where tech companies from all over the world debut [...]

CES 2016: The Trends

The new year ushers in a whole host of tech innovations, and the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last week offered up a slew of exciting projects that could change the shape of fashion [...]

Handheld Device Takes Vital Signs Remotely

Samir Qamar, MD, a family physician with big ambitions to transform medicine, stood on a stage here at the Consumer Technology Association 2016 Digital Health Summit and conducted a physical examination of a woman on [...]

Profusa’s Tiny Bioengineered Biosensors Enable Real-Time Detection of Body Chemistry

Unveiled today by Profusa, Inc., of South San Francisco, Calif., tiny bioengineered biosensors will soon enable real-time detection of our body's unique chemistry, providing action­able, medical-grade data for personal and medical use for as long [...]

South Florida tech companies place their bets in Las Vegas at CES show

The first products that come to mind when thinking about the annual technology extravaganza known as the International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), which was held through Saturday in Las Vegas, are probably not medical alert [...]

CES 2016 wearables roundup: Smartwatches, activity trackers, clothing and more

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Wearable tech at CES 2016 was all about one thing: fitness

Hundreds of companies flock to Las Vegas each January to make their mark on the tech industry in a given year, but one company remains absent. Read More, CNET
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