100 Brilliant Companies
These companies put useful technology in the palm of your hand -- or on your finger or in a dog collar or in a sock for infants...
BACtrack, a privately held medical device maker, took the $200,000 top prize in the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Wearable Biosensor Challenge.
From promoting a healthy lifestyle to enhancing workplace safety, there's a lot of potential for companies to see.
Take It From The Pros
FocusMotion co-founder and CEO Cavan Canavan says there's a lot more to wooing potential investors than simply showing them the goods. You must also take this critical step.
Far Out Tech
Say goodbye to your sausage-finger sorrows.
The stretchable patch can monitor blood glucose levels and deliver medication when necessary.
Solar-powered jackets? Motion-Powered fabric? Clothes aren't just for covering up anymore.
Snapchat's reportedly created a Snap Lab team for wearable tech, which means it's not a stretch to think the company will release smart glasses.
The rise of VR has had its share of flops. Some are funnier than others.
The goal is to use technology to make the shopping experience, as well as the bras themselves, more comfortable.
Those in the seamless technology business need to put on their smarty pants and drive the marginal lifestyle cost of their products to zero.
Dick Costolo, who left the social-media company last summer, is helping to build something new.
For fitness fanatics, this all-in-one kit allows you to track your health, set goals and get encouragement.
L'Oreal has developed a stretchable skin sensor designed to monitor ultraviolet light exposure via a wearable it is calling My UV Patch.
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