Wear your music on wrist with this portable music player
Much like his Fluid Smartphone, Brazilian designer Dinard da Mata has developed another wearable gadget that becomes a fashion accessory to complement the style of next-gen users. Hailed as “MP3 Player Creative,” the portable music player features
Garmin Forerunner 305 GPS Receiver With Heart Rate Monitor (Discontinued by Manufacturer)
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Beddit Sleep Monitor
Placed under your top bedsheet, there is nothing to wear. Beddit is accurate, intuitive, integrated with Apple Health and sold in Apple Stores globally.
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Infrastructure now key to the future of the connected mobile health platform
There has been a fair bit of discussion over the last few years regarding the use of the mobile phone as a health, fitness and wellbeing hub, connecting wirelessly to health and wellbeing accessories. The market for Bluetooth low energy in this sector certainly looks to be good. Research House ABI has recently predicted that there will be 467 million Bluetooth low energy health devices by 2016.
Healthtech, the Matter incubator and an appeal to 'redesign' death
An event signaling the birth of Chicago-based healthtech startup incubator Matter featured an unlikely subject. Death.
Health, Remote Patient Care: eHealth is a relatively recent term for healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication, can also include health applications and links on mobile phones, referred to as mHealth