Misfit, the wearables company recently acquired by Fossil, is jumping into the “hearables” market with its own set of smart wireless earbuds called Specter.
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Thousands of vendors have crammed into the huge annual Consumer Electronics Show this week in Las Vegas, showing off everything from a single-seat electric sports car to a portable, solar-powered stove that’ll also grill, roast, […]
Misfit, the fitness tracker company recently acquired by watch maker Fossil, is at CES in Las Vegas this year along with just about every other gadget maker on the planet, and it’s been showing off […]
Just months after releasing a second-gen version of its popular Shine activity tracker and then being acquired by Fossil, Misfit is aiming to take the spotlight at CES with a brand new fitness bracelet called […]
It looks like a piece of abstract art jewelry: a metallic tube on a lanyard that lights up and vibrates.
Amazon has a line of feature-packed tablets at various price points, but if you want just a bare-bones e-reader, the Kindle Paperwhite is your best bet. Withings is taking that same approach with its fitness […]
Fitbit launched a new fitness-focused smartwatch at the Consumer Electronics Show on Tuesday, as looks to stave off growing competition to its early lead in wearable technology from beyond Silicon Valley.
High Tech Lifestyle at CES 2016: Kids and Technology, Health & Wellness, and Wearables are Game-Changers in the way we live
Of the 20,000+ products that are presented at CES 2016, Living in Digital Times focused on products that are pushing the boundaries of lifestyle innovation.
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Wearables are one of the most talked-about technology categories of the last couple of years and yet for all the hype the devices on sale are still pretty primitive.
At CES this past week, there were a few spaces that really showcased innovative thinking and products centered around making our lives better, including the fitness, health & wellness and supplement spaces.
Trying to achieve a New Year’s resolution? Or maybe you just want to continue with your latest health kick and need the best gadgets to do that.
Technology and healthcare have always gone hand-in-hand. The average lifespan has been extended considerably, in part, thanks to advances in health tech.
BM and Pathway Genomics teamed up to create the Pathway Genomics OME app, a new personalized wellness application powered by IBM’s Watson cognitive computing system.
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