Five EPFL PhD students have developed a wristband that flashes when the rider reaches out to indicate a turn. Their invention was recognized at a European competition.
Smart capabilities have become the latest marketing pitch to sell more wristwatches, TVs, eyeglasses, refrigerators, cars and even toothbrushes. But have we figured out why they need to be smart?
Health sensors and devices can get better if rival companies work together, Samsung executives said Wednesday.
Keeping track of large groups of children or vulnerable adults could be made a lot easier for those in charge of them, thanks to technology researchers at the University of Derby.
UP fitness wristbands have gotten in stride with Android, keeping in step with the popularity of smartphones powered by the free Google software.