UCLA researchers are making strides to create a smart patch capable of delivering insulin to patients directly through their skin.
A new type of chip could help save power and reduce the need to replace batteries throughout the Internet of Things (IoT).
Scientists from the University of Houston have created a new type of wearable sensor that is so thin and lightweight, users will forget they're even wearing it.
Researchers from the University of California San Diego have created a wearable patch that is capable of providing users with personal cooling and heating.
Scientists have designed a new type of pliable, long-lasting micro-battery for wearable devices.
Scientists at the University of British Columbia have pioneered significant advancements in the world of wearable technology.
A new type of flexible graphene could be the key to creating more effective wearable technologies.
Photo Credit: University of California - San Diego Researchers at the University of California, San Diego have created a "near-zero-power" temperature sensor. This remarkable new sensor has the potential to... Read More...
Your wearable device is tracking your hand movements, which is great if you want to know how many calories you’ve burned, but terrible if you don’t want hackers to know how to get into your bank account.
Just like civilians, soldiers already carry sophisticated wireless devices with them every day. New technology add-ons take advantage of the processing power of smartphones.