Gadgets

While fitness trackers and smartwatches are two things battling for consumer attention, smart clothing is one thing that is expected to wane out the other two in the coming years. Currently, there’s only a handful of smart clothing on the market that measures various aspects of health and fitness. The Hexoskin Smart Shirt, available for $399 in the market has made some great progress in the world of smart clothing. The workout shirt is unisex, clad with invisible sensors that measures heart rate and breathing, in addition to a smal...
While a plenty of smartwatches and wearables can appear pointless, there are actually a ton of exceptionally savvy wearable gadgets in the market that can help save lives. A new Indiegogo project, known as Embrace brings together years of experimentation into one thin, light and captivating device. Lead by Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) professor Dr. Rosalind W. Picard, the Embrace team started chipping away on a new wearable gadget that measures emotions, including stress, way back in 2007. The primary cycle called iC...
OnBeep, the company behind beautiful wearable devices has rolled out a new heads-up communication device, Onyx. The clip on wearable device is reminiscent of the Star Trek communication device and functions as a hands-free walkie-talkie for group chats, thus making it less demanding and simpler for people wanting to stay in contact with each other without the added weight of cellphones. Here is how it works: The wearable gadget connects to your iPhone or Android smartphone and lets you converse with your friends and family th...