Archive | January, 2014

The Eyes Have It: Google[X] Opens Our Eyes To The Future Of Smart Contact Lenses As A Platform

Most of us, when thinking of wearables, have a hard time envisioning anything other than smart watches, activity trackers, and Google glass. The notion of something like an ingestible or skin tattoos creating actionable insights from our bodies to make our lives better or healthier are far beyond the purview of the mass market today. […]

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Preview of Wearable Future at CES 2014: Shift to Healthcare and Medical Devices

Intel CEO with Edison computer; photo from The Telegraph During a busy week filled with curved 4K televisions and presentation blunders, wearables stole the show during CES in Las Vegas. While many used the event to announce new fitness and lifestyle activity trackers, smart watches, and personal assistants, several companies announced wearable medical devices and […]

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Academic Innovators: Tanzeem Choudhury Pushing the Boundaries of Wearable Technology at Cornell

Photo courtesy of Cornell University College of Engineering When market are moving as rapidly as the consumer and health care market for wearables are, often times market leadership and outperforming value creation depends on protectable innovation and know-how translated into mainstream products.┬áTanzeem Choudhury is an Associate Professor in Information Science at Cornell University, where she […]

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