Unsurprisingly, over 30% of respondents aged 18 to 34 already have a wearable technology product or plan to get one within the next 12 months.
A fitness tracker can motivate you, help you to get know yourself, and give you that extra push when you really need it.
A note to investors from Cowen & Company suggests that some sort of insurance subsidization model could be introduced for the upcoming iWatch.
According to the company, this move was made to avoid the skin irritation problems that caused Fitbit to recall their Force band.
Google Glass enabled doctor to view patient's allergy information and current medication regimen without having to excuse hiself to login to a computer.
The device can passively monitor brain activity throughout the day and provide this intelligence to a physician to assist.
The newly announced Runner Cardio and Multi-Sport Cardio both build on top of the original Runner watch and include an integrated optical heart rate sensor.
Samsung's Galaxy S and Note series, Google's Nexus line, HTC One M7 and M8, newer Moto phones, LG Gx and several Sony Xperia models are all on the list now.
Vital Connect’s HealthPatch is a clinical-grade biosensor which can monitor one’s health and wellness
The device is capable of capturing clinical-grade biometric measurements in a "continuous, configurable and non-obtrusive manner."
This device won't have a screen of its own, and you'll rather have to look at your smartphone to get any meaningful data.