Companies that neglect to bring the Internet of Things, wearables and mobile into their marketing mix are going to find themselves in the same boat as businesses that last decade resisted creating websites—sinking fast. For now, let’s forget the science...Continue reading »
It’s fair to say that for most people wearable technology revolves around fitness gadgets and little else.
Devices from the likes of Fitbit, Jawbone, Garmin and Moov can monitor heart rate, pulse, how many steps taken, distance covered, sleep quality, and...Continue reading »
Interaction design company Little Riot is launching a wearable that helps separated families drift off to the sound of their loved one’s heartbeat.
Pillow Talk is a easy-to-use product that transmits the sound of one person’s heartbeat to another’s pillow, using...Continue reading »
You’d be forgiven for thinking technology is a young person’s game: designed by young people for young people. It’s the impression you get from adverts, conferences, news articles and so on. But the world’s population is ageing: the World Health...Continue reading »
As a parent, you’ll never stop worrying, but real-time GPS Child Wearable Technology will help you keep tabs on your little kid, anywhere, anytime.
Picture this: You’re in a crowded store, filled with rushing shoppers and racks of clothes. You get...Continue reading »