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Wearable technology has come a long way since the first wristwatch was made by Patek Philippe & Co of Switzerland in 1868. Today, wearable devices can monitor our health, track our diets — and potentially save our lives.
Despite Nike’s recent decision to lay of staff from its FuelBand wearable tech division, the market potential of the wearable tech industry still seems to be huge, with Juniper Research recently stating that revenues from smart wearable devices will hit $19 billion by 2018. continue
Forget Lasik. A neuroscientist from the University of California Riverside swears that his exercises can improve your vision.
The idea that a nuclear disaster could actually drive innovation is definitely a new way to look at Japan’s ongoing Fukushima debacle. But a new report from the AP does just that, suggesting that the long-term cleanup effort that Japan now faces will make it a world leader in decommissioning nuclear plants.
Let’s be honest, how many folks actually wash their hands each and every time they handle their smartphone? We imagine the number of hands up are few to none, and as a result our smartphones and tablets are germ magnetics. With Antimicrobial Gorilla Glass however, we no longer have to worry about carrying these germs around with us.…
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