For people with profound hearing loss, cochlear implants can restore sound. We explore what the procedure entails, how the system works, and take a look at the latest developments from Australian company Cochlear.
Mirror, launched back in September, is part mirror and part LCD display with on-demand workouts built into it. We visited Mirror's HQ in NYC to test it out and to see if it's really worth cancelling that gym membership for.
If you're one of the millions of Americans with a sleep disorder, you're likely willing to try anything to get more shut eye. Dreem promises to improve sleep by stimulating brainwaves, if you're able to wear it through the night.
On Wednesday, Flywheel is launching Fly Anywhere, an at-home studio biking experience based around a new streaming content platform with live rides filmed at New York’s Lincoln Center. And technology makes the whole sweaty thing possible.
Vicis hopes to drastically reduce the number of concussions in football with its helmet, the Zero1. We went behind the scenes of its headquarters and manufacturing facility to see innovation in action.
Constructed entirely of Merino wool (save the footbeds), Giesswein's Merino Runners are a comfortable and versatile pair of athletic shoes. We put them through their paces to see if they're worth the $105 price tag
The biometric wearable of the future could provide real-time feedback to either push the wearer to set a new personal best or hold back to prevent injury, providing a level of feedback that you would normally only get with a professional coach.
Startup Thin Ice estimates its wearable vest can burn up to 500-1,000 calories per day simply by wearing it, using a patent-pending cooling technology. We got the skinny on how this so-called fat-trimming gizmo actually works.
SPCARBON, one of New York's most exclusive bike companies, recently made a bike for Red Bull Racing Eyewear, and its president just launched Blueprint bikes, beautiful planned builds conceived in the SPCarbon design house.
With the city as his canvas, a bike as his brush, and a myriad of GPS location tracking apps as his paint, Baltimore resident Michael Wallace has been making oddball virtual art for the past seven years
CliniCloud's smart stethoscope and thermometer allow you to take basic health readings at home and share them with a doctor via an app, getting you qualified, real-time medical advice without leaving your home.