Wearable Tech Fashion: What Would You Try On? [INFOGRAPHIC]
Google Glass' coming-out party last month solidified the growing popularity of wearable tech fashion.
Australian cricket team is using wearable tech to keep bowlers injury free
The next sport to benefit from wearable tech is cricket, specifically the Australian cricket team who have been preparing for its upcoming series against Sr...
Japan's Wearable Expo opens up for its second year of innovation
From electronic kimonos to sensors that know what your pet is feeling, the Japan’s Wearable Expo, Jan 13-15, promises to reveal some of the most creative technological innovations.
Smart glasses, sensors and battlefield computers for soldier of the future
Sensor-laden body armour, a smart watch that monitors life signs and smart glasses with integrated cameras are all part of a futuristic design for military uniforms
Police could soon wear Google Glass, computer watches and exoskeletons
The UK Government is looking into a number of ways in which the latest technology can help police maintain national security and catch criminals
Sano raises $10M for wellness-focused, noninvasive blood glucose tracking wearable
Ashwin Pushpala, Founder, Sano Intelligence San Francisco-based Sano Intelligence, which is quietly developing a health-sensing wearable, has raised $10.25 million in funding from True Ventures and Intel Capital with participation from First Round, Felicis Ventures, Elevation Capital, Floodgate, and Rock Health, according to TechCrunch. Sano took part in an early Rock Health accelerator program, which launched in December 2011.
Daisy goes disruptive with wearable tech for cows | Business Weekly | Technology News | Business news | Cambridge and the East of England
Cambridge product designers have given a new slant to the wearable technology moo-vement by designing a new tracking collar for cows that brings the Internet of Things to livestock. Cambridge Industrial Design (CID) has created the ‘udderly’ exceptional device for Irish client True North Technologies and it is now being trialled. "Business news from Cambridge and the East of