• CNET | 2/14/2019 | Steven Musil
    Samsung's accidental sneak peek at its new lineup of wearable devices. Samsung on Thursday inadvertently revealed its new lineup of wearable devices in an update to its Galaxy Wearable app.
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  • CNET | 12/2/2018 | Vanessa Hand Orellana
    At 39 years old, Eric Isakson felt he was in the best shape of his life, but his heart told a different story. It was 11 a.m. when he looked down at his fitness tracker and noticed he had already...
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  • CNET | 11/28/2018 | Vanessa Hand Orellana
    At 39 years old, Eric Isakson felt he was in the best shape of his life, but his heart told a different story. It was 11 a.m. when he looked down at his fitness tracker and noticed he had already...
    405 views ajoy26
  • phys.org | 10/1/2018 | Staff
    There is a new technology gripping the markets of the future – technology to wear. Wearables, as they are known, are portable systems that contain sensors to collect measurement data from our bodies.
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  • TechCrunch | 2/15/2018 | Brian Heater
    Nokia’s been facing an uphill battle for relevance in the consumer space ever since the company threw in the towel on smartphones. Wearables seemed like a reasonable road, so the company snapped up...
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  • First Things | 12/4/2017 | Aaron Belz
    I do not dream of such a world. It’s no inconvenience to pay for my morning coffee with bills from my wallet. In fact, the soft, durable paper on which American currency is printed, and the smell of...
    480 views ditranian
  • www.theregister.co.uk | 11/14/2017 | Staff
    An expensive and clunky-looking watch that can’t tell you the time* is once again clear winner in the failing smart wearables space. Overall the market for things-on-your-wrist-with-a-chip-in dipped...
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  • Business Insider | 10/31/2017 | Nicholas Shields
    Boston-based wearables manufacturer Sunu recently unveiled a new device that uses a sonar sensor to help blind people avoid people and objects, Ars Technica reports.
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  • phys.org | 10/20/2017 | Staff
    Can fatigue be predicted? Can life-threatening fatigue be differentiated from recoverable fatigue? A team of researchers led by Sandia National Laboratories is seeking answers to these questions...
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  • WIRED | 7/20/2017 | Arielle Pardes
    When he was in school, Michael Hingson created a Braille computer terminal so he could study like all the other students. Fresh out of college, he worked on the development of the Kurzweil Reading...
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  • WIRED | 7/13/2017 | Menaka Wilhelm
    Picture a rectangle of fabric cut from a standard grey t-shirt. It’s stretchier than most tees, because it’s made from a mix of nylon and spandex, not cotton. And it stands out in another way, too:...
    343 views reantes

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