Launched at the Mobile World Congress 2021 YouCare is the new remote health monitoring service, based on a revolutionary new wearable technology, totally textile, washable and easy to use.
Research firm Gartner predicts 18.4% growth in the wearables market in 2016, and a further 17.5% in 2017.
Concerns about privacy and confidentiality have been raised by researchers who have discovered how easy it is to monitor and record signals from mobile phones including the iPhone, and wearable devices like watches and fitness monitors.
US tech journalists are always first to try out Apple’s latest and greatest, with solid reviews arriving a couple of days before pre-orders officially begin.
Cloud pioneer Salesforce.com has launched Salesforce Wear, which it says is the industry's first initiative for wearable computing in the enterprise.
Have you got $1500 lying around, live in the US and want to get bullied or beaten up for being a technophile? It's your lucky day - Google Glass has gone on sale to the public today.
Aussies are becoming increasingly reliant on their smartphones when it comes to their health and fitness regimes, with just over a quarter using their smartphone as a pocket personal trainer to track fitness goals, improve their health and lose weight.
The world's most successful Kickstarter project, the Pebble smartwatch, has updated its Android app to include support for the Pebble App Store.
Samsung has surprised the tech world at Barcelona's Mobile World Conference, announcing two follow-ups to the maligned Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Google's trendy wearable tech device Google Glass has already conquered our streets but it now has its eyes firmly set on the skies, with British airline Virgin Atlantic announcing it's the world's first airline to utilize the technology
Intel’s new CEO Brian Krzanich has used a pre-show keynote at CES 2014 to outline a range of new products, initiatives and relationships.
Google hasn't released its Glass product to the public yet but it's already busy adding new features - including some new music functionality.
Google has released images of the next iteration of Google Glass, this time adding a mono earbud and prescription glasses support.
Two thirds of Aussies who have used wearable technology said it helped their health and fitness, according to new research released today.
After months of rumours, speculation and innuendo, the time has come. Samsung today officially announced its Galaxy Gear smartwatch.
Samsung's foray into the world of wearable tech has been revealed, through a leak from an "internal promotional marketing video."
Google has acquired patents from technology manufacturer Foxconn, as the tech titan continues to push forward with its Google Glass device.
Wearable tech is taking another step forward with Sensoria, a pair of 'smart socks' for your feet.
Google has moved a step closer to its future in wearable tech, acquiring a small stake in Taiwanese small display specialist Himax Technologies.
Apple is hunting for engineers to work on its much-hyped iWatch, which is now expected in 2014 after "engineering problems."
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