This smart watch for seniors establishes patterns for daily behavior, letting caregivers notice if their loved ones have lost some pep from their step. The Tempo provides preventative instead of reactive care.
On the surface, this weird wearable is all about de-stressing and living more healthily. Underneath, it’s a tool for hacking something called the vagus nerve, which could help…
The fenix 3 may have the same basic shape, button layout, and functionality as the previous version, but nearly everything has been improved.
Apple’s new smartwatch is turning out to be a good source of dough for shady eBay scalpers. If you missed out on the pre-orders and are looking to waste some currency, the Internet would be more than willing to oblige.
Jawbone says its UP3 fitness tracker will start shipping at the end of April, months later than expected. Design issues led to the delay, with the company announcing the device is now only splash-proof, and not fully waterproof as originally advertised.
What happens when a defibrillator has Wi-Fi, or a pacemaker can be monitored from a smartphone? Intel Security's latest report details the threats and challenges the world could face on the road toward internet-connected Healthcare.
The Apple Watch gets its big announcement on March 9 in San Francisco. Here's everything you need to know about the specs, price, and release date.
Instead of allowing you to stand with bad posture, the board puts you on an uneven surface, which passively forces you to stand perfectly straight and use your core/leg muscles to stay balanced
None of the first 24 Apple Watch apps scream “game changer.” So what will it take?
Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the Web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
Apple revealed the story of how the Apple Watch transformed from an iPhone with a velcro strap, to the polished product that will launch in April. More details about the software were also included in the interview.
Garmin’s new Vívoactive blends fitness tracking with GPS to deliver a lightweight, stylish, fitness watch that does much more than count steps.
Designed to fit inside a compression sock, this sensor-packed device can record a wide range of different fitness metrics, including heart rate, cadence, pace, calories burned, and lactate threshold -- the latter of which has never been done before.
With the widespread availability of the Internet, more knowledge than has ever been available before is now only a keystroke away. Unfortunately, all this information might not make us as smart as we think.