Mobile Health
Oct 01, 2014
 Beddit   Beddit is a sleep monitor that attaches to your bed, not you. Based on ballistocardiography (BCG) a method for measuring body movement...
Oct 01, 2014
Spire     A unique idea among wearable trackers, Spire focuses almost entirely on breathing. A sensor that clips onto your clothing detects body...
Oct 01, 2014
 Pavlok   Even with a wearable device at hand, people still often have trouble adhering to their goals enough to create real behavior change. Pavlok...
Sep 29, 2014
If the fanfare over the iPhone 6 has proven anything it's that Apple's customers are just as loyal and rabid as ever. Meanwhile, the last time people waited in...
Sep 22, 2014
Last week ACT | The App Association, a grassroots organization representing mobile app developers sent a letter to congressman Tom Marino (R-PA) petitioning...
Sep 18, 2014
Mobile apps? There's a lobby for that. ACT | The App Association, a grassroots organization representing over 5000 small- to mid-size app developers and IT...
Sep 15, 2014
4.) New Business Models    Samsung's Simband will let developers build their own wearable health tracking device. [image via Samsung]...
Sep 15, 2014
 3.) The Influx of Large OEMs While startups and smaller companies have dominated the wearables market as of late, the influx of large OEMs like...
Sep 15, 2014
 2.) Better Design and Aesthetics   Sensoria has created a ftiness tracker in a sock-based form factor. [image via Sensoria Inc.] You only...
Sep 15, 2014
 1.) Increased Consumer Value     The Zio XT Patch from iRhythm Technologies is a wearable continuous cardiac monitor. [image via iRhythm...