Smart Cup Knows Coke versus Pepsi

Smart Cup Knows Coke versus Pepsi

Smart phones, smart watches, smart glasses, but really, does the world need a smart cup? The folks at Mark One, a San Francisco startup, are developing the Vessyl, a phone that can sense its contents and communicate the information to the world. The cup is fitted with...
“Smart” Desk Talks to Fitbit for Fitness

“Smart” Desk Talks to Fitbit for Fitness

“Sitting is the new smoking.” The sedentary lifestyle of the typical office worker is cause for growing concern among individuals and fitness advocates. According to some sources, you burn twice as many calories when standing compared with sitting —...
Smart Sox to Prevent Amputations

Smart Sox to Prevent Amputations

More than 26 million people in the United States suffer from diabetes. Many of these lose feeling in their feet, which can lead to ulcers that if untreated, can get infected. According to the Center for Disease Control, every 20 seconds a diabetes patient somewhere...
New Spire Device Tracks Mind and Body

New Spire Device Tracks Mind and Body

Today, Spire announced its new health and fitness product. In the company’s press release, it describes this device that is more than a fitness tracker. In addition to monitoring your daily motion, it also tracks your respiration. Your breathing patterns can...
Follow the Money: WellTech Coming to Pro Sports

Follow the Money: WellTech Coming to Pro Sports

Sure, health and medical applications are likely to drive WellTech device development in the near term, because we spend a lot of money on those fields and can justify relatively expensive devices if they can deliver overall savings. But there’s another field...
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