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The future of soft robots depend on materials that conduct electricity, sense damage, self-heal
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The future of soft robots depend on materials that conduct electricity, sense damage, self-heal

The concept of embodied intelligence describes a system of materials that are interconnected, like tendons in the knee.

Apple rules global wearable market in Q4 2018, Xiaomi bags second spot: Report
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Apple rules global wearable market in Q4 2018, Xiaomi bags second spot: Report

Xiaomi's Mi Band 3 by itself accounts for over 30 percent of all wrist bands shipped during the quarter.

Xiaomi-backed Huami to partner with Timex to develop smartwatches and wearables
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Xiaomi-backed Huami to partner with Timex to develop smartwatches and wearables

The deal aims to help both the companies strengthen their presence in mature markets like the US and Europe as well as emerging markets like India and China

Garmin launches Fenix 5X Plus multi-sport watch priced at Rs 79,990 in India
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Garmin launches Fenix 5X Plus multi-sport watch priced at Rs 79,990 in India

The wearable device has scratch-resistant sapphire lens fitted with Garmin's "Chroma Display".

Xiaomi releases a teaser of what seemed to be the Mi Band 3; turns out to be the Mi Band 2
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Xiaomi releases a teaser of what seemed to be the Mi Band 3; turns out to be the Mi Band 2

As we can see, there is no physical home button on the device and it looks very much like a wrist band. What else could it be but the Mi Band 2, right?

Researchers develop method to store information invisibly on clothes without the use of electronics
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Researchers develop method to store information invisibly on clothes without the use of electronics

In one example, they stored the passcode to an electronic door lock on a patch of conductive fabric sewn to a shirt cuff.

Researchers develop smart bandage that uses a microcontroller for precision dose delivery
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Researchers develop smart bandage that uses a microcontroller for precision dose delivery

A single bandage could accommodate multiple medications tailored to a specific type of wound.

Researchers develop flexible, water proof solar cell that works even when soaked in water
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Researchers develop flexible, water proof solar cell that works even when soaked in water

The finding could open the way for wearable solar cells, which will provide power to devices such as health monitors incorporated into clothing.

Researchers develop paper based wearable sensor that allows diabetics to measure glucose levels from sweat
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Researchers develop paper based wearable sensor that allows diabetics to measure glucose levels from sweat

Researchers have developed and demonstrated a self-powered, wearable and disposable patch that allows for non-invasive monitoring of glucose in human sweat.

Xiaomi partners with Hrithik Roshan owned HRX to launch a new edition of the Mi fitness band
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Xiaomi partners with Hrithik Roshan owned HRX to launch a new edition of the Mi fitness band

Priced at Rs 1,299, the Mi Band - HRX Edition will be available from September 18 on Mi.com and Mi Home stores.

Researchers develop stretchable fuel cells to extract energy from sweat
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Researchers develop stretchable fuel cells to extract energy from sweat

Researchers have developed stretchable fuel cells that extract energy from sweat and are capable of powering electronics, such as LEDs and Bluetooth radios.

Wearable MRI startup Openwater is developing a hi-tech mind reading hat
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Wearable MRI startup Openwater is developing a hi-tech mind reading hat

Scientists are developing a next generation hat that could allow people to read others minds as well as digitise their own thoughts.

Researchers develop temperature sensor that barely needs power for wearables and IoT devices
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Researchers develop temperature sensor that barely needs power for wearables and IoT devices

The team is optimising the design so that it can be successfully integrated into commercial devices.

Noida based startup Boltt aims to move beyond mere tracking with AI powered health assistant
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Noida based startup Boltt aims to move beyond mere tracking with AI powered health assistant

After two years of testing, Boltt is set to launch an app that gives users actionable insights from the data gathered.

Scientist have created a wearable device to monitor Asthma
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Scientist have created a wearable device to monitor Asthma

Scientists have managed to create a Fitbit-like wearable device which can monitor inflation of lungs during asthma which may prevent hospitalisation and death.

Researchers create smart T-shirt that monitors the respiration rate of the wearer
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Researchers create smart T-shirt that monitors the respiration rate of the wearer

The smart T-shirt has an antenna sewn in at chest level that's made of a hollow optical fibre coated with a thin layer of silver on its inner surface.

Garmin Fenix 5 Series of GPS wearables coming to India
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Garmin Fenix 5 Series of GPS wearables coming to India

Garmin India will soon expand its high-end multisport GPS wearables Fenix 5 series with three versions - Fenix 5, Fenix 5S and Fenix 5X - for the consumers.

Fastrack launches 'Fastrack Reflex', a wearable aimed at youth for Rs 1,995
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Fastrack launches 'Fastrack Reflex', a wearable aimed at youth for Rs 1,995

Fastrack, a youth-oriented brand by Titan has launched a new wearable in the market today. 'Fastrack Reflex', the new wearable by the company is aimed at the youth with its affordable price and design.

Apple may get into wearable business with glass headsets
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Apple may get into wearable business with glass headsets

Apple Inc is considering expanding into wearable glass headsets and has talked about the project with potential suppliers, Bloomberg reported citing people familiar with the matter.

Japanese scientists develop a belt type wearable to reduce fat and fight diabetes
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Japanese scientists develop a belt type wearable to reduce fat and fight diabetes

Scientists from Japan have developed a wearable medical device that can help diabetic elderly or overweight people to lose fat and treat type 2 diabetes.