BLOOM core body temperature fertility sensor

BLOOM core body temperature fertility sensor unveiled at CES

The ring-shaped device is made to be self-inserted into the vagina from where core body temperature measurements are sent wirelessly to a paired smartphone.
Sony SmartWatch 3

Sony beefs up its SmartWatch 3, opens-up Lifelog API and debuts a wearable running...

The watch got a steel link-strap, the API will allow developers to tune into Sony's platform, while runners got a brand new thing to try out.
TempTraq

Wearable Bluetooth thermometer TempTraq unveiled at CES

A soft patch-shaped device, which can continuously and comfortably monitor body temperature for 24 hours, it's made for today's busy parents.
Lenovo VIBE Band VB10

Lenovo’s latest smart band packs an e-ink display

The Vibe Band VB10 is a rather standard activity tracker that can also display notifications from a connected smartphone and apps like Twitter and Facebook.
Sensoria, RespondWell team-up over wearable rehabilitative patient monitoring

Sensoria, RespondWell team-up over wearable rehabilitative patient monitoring

Sensoria's smart sock technology will enable physical therapy patients to perform gait and balance exercises from RespondWell and receive instant feedback.
Swarovski Shine

Swarovski, Misfit team-up over fancy activity tracker

Like the regular Shine, the Swarovski version also measures steps, calories burned, distance and sleep quality, while syncing the data with a mobile app.
GoBe wearable can measure user's calorie intake

Healbe’s GoBe wearable can measure user’s calorie intake

The device combines data collected from an array of sensors with an advanced algorithm to deliver whole-body health data insights.
Polar A300

Polar A300 “lifestyle” watch unveiled

The device can track one's speed, pace, calories burned and other details, as well as heart rate when used in pair with the Polar H7 heart rate sensor.
Parrot's Zik Sport headphones can track one's activity

Parrot’s Zik Sport headphones can track one’s activity

Designed by Philippe Starck with running in mind, the Bluetooth 4.0, in-ear headset weighs just 70g and chances are - it won't be affordable.