If there’s one thing that can be said about CES 2016, it’s that fitness tracking wearables are reaching a point of oversaturation — but hey, that’s good for the consumer, isn’t it?
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At CES 2016, IBM CEO Ginni Rometty announced several new advances and partnerships built around the Watson cognitive computing platform.
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The impact of our individual genetics on our health can make it difficult to prescribe a one-size-fits-all diet and exercises plan for all people.
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Wearables are a strong category at CES 2016 with dozens of new products debuting this week.
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I’ve been to the Consumer Electronics Show a few years in a row now, but this is the first time I’ve been able to attend the Digital Health Summit.
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“L’industria della moda è molto attenta e tutti gli stilisti stanno ponendo molta attenzione agli oggetti indossabili, alla gioielleria, e a cosa la tecnologia può portare” ci spiega Robin Raskin che all’interno del CES di […]
Imagine, throughout your day, you could know exactly what your body chemistry was up to.
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Although activity trackers come in a variety of shapes and types, most look like what they’re assumed to be.
Wearables have come into their own over the last year with 2015 seeing some great products announced from Tag Heuer and Apple’s smartwatches to Fitbit and Jawbone’s activity trackers.
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I’m sitting at the Wynn Las Vegas, an iconic luxury hotel on the Las Vegas Strip, trying to make sense of the madness that has ensued over the last 12 hours.
Wandering around the CES show floor, I’ve seen dozens of scientifically dubious gadgets eager to tell me what’s wrong with my body.
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The event once known as the Consumer Electronics Show, CES, is upon us once again, and once again we’re ringing in the new year with a range of health and fitness device announcements from both […]