Developer and licensor of touch feedback technology Immersion aims to stop manufacturing and selling of Fitbit devices in the U.S. and China.
This smart lens would have an accommodation sensor, a controller, data storage, antenna and a rechargeable thin-film solid-state battery to provide power.
ITC judge rules that 2 Jawbone patents Fitbit was accused of infringing upon are ineligible and invalid
Jawbone also alleged that Fitbit stole its trade secrets when it hired former Jawbone employees; this claim had sufficient merit to debate in court...
This hi-tech system would be more efficient than calling 911, with drone coming to save the day and help people in distress.
A patent application suggests Apple wants to turn its smartwatch into a full-fledged medical device, which could automatically send out an alert when needed.
The invention presumes using a pair of Kinect cameras that send the dimensional data to another device that recreates the shape in the real world.
The lens features miniature sensors and a micro-thin radio antenna to track glucose levels, and is able to send the information collected to a mobile device.
The filing describes a wrist-worn device that can automatically modify or destroy one or more targets in the blood that have an adverse health effect.
One of the areas covered by this patent allowance prevents the radio from interfering with the accuracy of the blood glucose measurement.
The new patents cover monitoring and tracking of biometrics across a variety of form-factors, such as earbuds, wristbands, armbands and jewelry.