Surgeons Test New Wearable Tech That Helps Measure Operating SkillsA Stanford scientist and her team are using smart, wearable technology to help physicians improve the art of surgery.
Report: Popular Wearable Tech May Not Accurately Track Heart Rates In People Of ColorThe heart rate sensors in the most popular wearables tech, including the Apple Watch and Fitbit, might not work as well for people of color, according to a new article published in STAT.
Device Uses Electric Shock To Zap Users Out Of Bad HabitsA new device promises to smash your bad habits in a shocking way – by zapping you with electricity.
Wearable Tech From Stanford Researcher Aims To Reduce Your StressSmartphones are not going away, but some scientists here have found way to take the technology to help chill us out.
Fitbit Shares Rocket In NYSE Debut After Pricing IPO At $20Fitness-tracking device maker Fitbit on Wednesday priced its initial public offering of stock at $20 per share, slightly more than anticipated.
Acne App Lets Skin Condition Sufferers Skip The Doctor's AppointmentA San Francisco firm has unveiled an app designed for people with acne that will connect them with doctors and a treatment plan, while offering a vision in an emerging market of telemedicine.
San Francisco-Based Fitness Device Maker 'Fitbit' Denies Selling Personal DataThe maker of a popular line of wearable fitness-tracking devices says it has never sold personal data to advertisers, contrary to concerns raised by U.S. Sen. Charles Schumer.
Researchers Warn Google Glass Users Could Steal Passwords From AfarResearchers at University of Massachusetts Lowell recently discovered a way would-be hackers could use video from wearable tech products like Google Glass to detect passwords typed onto a tablet from 10 feet away.
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