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Clutch: Wearables don't drive IoT investment

ITBusiness.ca - 7 hours ago
Despite being one of the most popular smart devices today, a Clutch Co. research revealed that wearable devices are being used as standalone, legacy devices and do not drive further IoT investment....

L'Oréal's wearable sensor will track your UV exposure throughout the day

The Verge - 2 days ago
L'Oréal has announced a wearable device that measures your exposure to ultraviolet radiation that can seriously damage your skin and eyes and potentially cause skin cancer. The La Roche-Posay My...

Gameband officially throws in the towel on crowdfunded wearable

VentureBeat - 6 hours ago
Gaming wearable startup Gameband said it will not be able to deliver its promised wearables to its fans as originally promised. The company has funding challenges. It had raised $325,996 from 1,708...

Travelers Partners with Contractor, Tech Firm on Wearables for Construction Safety

Insurance Journal - 13 hours ago
The Travelers Companies has partnered with contractor company Gilbane, and Triax Technologies, a provider of Internet of Things (IoT) construction technology, to explore the potential safety benefits...

L'Oréal's New Wearable Sensor Keeps Track of Your Daily UV Exposure

Mental Floss - 1 day ago
A new wearable sensor spotted by Wired aims to make understanding your sun exposure a whole lot easier. L'Oréal's new La Roche-Posay My Skin Track UV sensor pairs with a smartphone app to...

Can wearables transform medical research?

Financial Times - 3 days ago
I am not a big fan of wearable devices: I've always felt they simply quantify what I already know. If I run up a steep hill, my laboured breathing tells me just as much as a wristband that counts...

Amazon kicks off Black Friday sale in the UK, wearable tech on offer

Gadgets & Wearables - 14 hours ago
Fitbit is a big name in the fitness tracker and, more recently, smartwatch business. Its wearables sell well for a reason. They are simple to use, reliable, look smart, provide great vitals...

55% of users say wearable tech improves their mental health

Jersey Evening Post - 1 day ago
More than half of UK consumers who wear smartwatches or fitness bands believe the devices have improved their mental health, research suggests. Some 55% of consumers who use the devices believe they...

Litmus Health publishes census of wearable devices for clinical research

FierceBiotech - 1 day ago
Real-world data firm Litmus Health has published its first census of wearable devices for clinical research, profiling the body and wrist-worn hardware offerings from over 190 brands and...

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