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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.

The Huawei Fit is a waterproof fitness tracker with an e-ink display and 6 day battery life
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The Huawei Fit is a waterproof fitness tracker with an e-ink display and 6 day battery life

The Huawei Fit fitness tracker is an e-ink toting wearable that you can take with you wherever you go.

Fitbit holiday quarter forecast falls well below analyst estimates
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Fitbit holiday quarter forecast falls well below analyst estimates

Shares of the company, which also reported lower-than-expected quarterly revenue, plummeted more than 30 percent in extended trading on Wednesday.

The wearable market in India has grown by 41.9 per cent in one quarter: IDC
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The wearable market in India has grown by 41.9 per cent in one quarter: IDC

The wearable devices market in India grew 41.9 per cent in the second quarter over the first quarter of this year, International Data Corporation reported.

Brain-based memory device for wearables developed by researchers
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Brain-based memory device for wearables developed by researchers

Researchers have developed a new memory device for wearable devices like smart watches or phones which is inspired by the neuron connections of the human brain.

Researchers develop wearable that monitors activity, bio signals and environment
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Researchers develop wearable that monitors activity, bio signals and environment

Researchers have created a wearable device for the wrist that can track a person's movements, ambient environment, bio-signals and much more.

IFA 2016: Asus announces ZenWatch 3 with a circular dial
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IFA 2016: Asus announces ZenWatch 3 with a circular dial

Asus announced their first smartwatch with a circular dial, the ZenWatch 3, at the IFA 2016 in Berlin.

Fitbit launches Fitbit Flex 2 and Fitbit Charge 2 in India
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Fitbit launches Fitbit Flex 2 and Fitbit Charge 2 in India

The Fitbit Charge 2 is priced at Rs 14,999 while the Fitbit Flex 2 is priced at Rs 9,499 and is available online exclusively with Amazon India.

Researchers develop flexible wearable hydrogel touchscreen panel
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Researchers develop flexible wearable hydrogel touchscreen panel

Researchers have developed a wearable touch screen panel that is highly stretchable and can be used to write words and play electronic games.

Simply sitting on your wrist doesn't make a smartwatch a watch
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Simply sitting on your wrist doesn't make a smartwatch a watch

It should be clear as day that the primary function of a smartwatch is very different to that of a conventional watch. After all, both smartwatches and their regular counterparts tell the time.

Jawbone sells unsold stock of UP fitness trackers to reseller, stops production
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Jawbone sells unsold stock of UP fitness trackers to reseller, stops production

Jawbone has sold off its unsold inventory of UP2, UP3 and UP4, and the production for these models have also been halted.

Prototype wearable can track fitness in realtime with ECG and lactate monitoring
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Prototype wearable can track fitness in realtime with ECG and lactate monitoring

Researchers have developed the first flexible wearable device that has the potential to monitor both biochemical and electric signals in the human body.

Wrist-band device for alcohol monitoring wins U.S. prize
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Wrist-band device for alcohol monitoring wins U.S. prize

A San Francisco-based company has won a U.S. government-sponsored competition with an alcohol monitoring devices that can be worn on the wrist, the latest milestone in the development of wearable technologies that monitor and diagnose medical conditions.

Google and Levi's make smart Commuter Trucker Jacket
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Google and Levi's make smart Commuter Trucker Jacket

Google and denim jeans company Levi's have developed a new jacket that lets users interact with their smartphones by swiping at the garment in various ways.

Samsung applies for smartwatch patent that projects user interface on hand
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Samsung applies for smartwatch patent that projects user interface on hand

Samsung filed a patent application for wearables that have embedded projectors to display interactive user interfaces everywhere on and around the user.

Facebook, Oculus executive, Mary Lou Jepsen to leave to follow pet projects
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Facebook, Oculus executive, Mary Lou Jepsen to leave to follow pet projects

Mary Lou Jepsen is leaving Facebook, Oculus to pursue wearable MRI pet project and developing technologies that allows dolphins to collaborate with humans.

Tata Group is working on wearables, graphene for smartphones
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Tata Group is working on wearables, graphene for smartphones

Tata is reportedly working on a range of emerging technologies, including wearables for various specific applications, graphene production for smartphones.

E-Textiles enable embedding of antennas and circuits in clothes using a tabletop sewing machine
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E-Textiles enable embedding of antennas and circuits in clothes using a tabletop sewing machine

Imagine antennas embedded in shirts, workout clothes that double as fitness monitors and caps that monitor brain activity

The future of health in a connected world
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The future of health in a connected world

The coming wave of health technology is set to change the way you live—or keep you from dying.