The latest in wearables is a smartphone watch from Nubia Technology of China
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A bottle uses Bluetooth technology to tell you when you are properly hydrated
Thin sensors could change the way people park in cities
This wearable device uses ultrasound technology to predict when users will need to go to the bathroom.
A new robot can travel through pipes to identify leaks and help reduce water waste.
A new ventilation system controls room temperature, tracks air quality and reduces energy use.
A US company has created sensors that identify the cognitive and emotional state of a user by measuring their breathing.
University researchers have developed a NFC gas sensor that can tell if meat is spoiled and send smartphone alerts.
Using your location, calendar and the weather forecast, a new connected smart hanger recommends suitable outfits for you to wear.
A new method uses advanced machine learning technology to reduce error in yield prediction and make greenhouses more efficient.
A small, wearable musculoskeletal monitor that alerts wearers to dangerous motions has been designed to help reduce workplace injuries.
Experts believe the sensor could help boost medication compliance, but some argue the process is intrusive.
Engineers have developed biocompatible microsensors that can be attached to food to measure temperature and check freshness.
A new sensor can detect food-borne illnesses in a matter of hours, helping to contain outbreaks before they become widespread and potentially deadly.
A new wearable patch can analyse sweat to evaluate glucose levels, hydration, electrolyte and other measurements of fitness.
NEC Corporation hopes its earphone technology will stop smartphone leaks of passwords and confidential information.
The tech heavyweight Intel has partnered with the International Cricket Council (ICC) to bring a new batch of innovations to the world of cricket.
After a successful Kickstarter back in 2015, Austrian startup Robo Wunderkind is getting ready to release its robot building kit this August.
Carnegie Mellon University hopes the device will create ‘smart rooms’ from multiple devices by utilising the Internet of Things.
Canadian researchers have designed a t-shirt that has respiration sensors that can monitor a user’s breathing rate without any wires and connects to a local radio device.
MIT has developed the WiGait, a picture-sized sensor that can determine the speeds and walking patterns of people walking past it, without any wearables.
Mastercard recently unveiled its biometric credit card that uses the owner’s fingerprint to authorize payments in place of a pin number.