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The Largest Segment of the Wearable Medical Devices Market

The global market for insulin monitoring wearable medical devices is set to increase by over 20% year on year to 2022. The segment is the largest of the therapeutic wearable medical devices market, well ahead of pain management, respiratory therapy and rehabilitation devices. All these segments are, however, growing at close to 20% a year.

Bizarre Wearable Face Projector Can be Used to Fool Facial Recognition Systems – TechEBlog

Photo credit: Jing-Cai LiuLet’s face it, facial recognition systems will soon be installed just about everywhere for surveillance purposes, but those looking to defeat them might have to resort to extreme measures, such as this wearable face projector by Jing-Cai Liu. This invention is exactly as it sounds, or a headband of sorts equipped with …

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LEX Bionic Wearable Chair Attaches to Your Backside, Raises Over $140K Online – TechEBlog

LEX, a bionic wearable chair by Astride Bionix, is designed to improve posture and comfort, but at a price. At $250, it consists of a pair of folding aluminum legs attached to a pad that clips onto the wearers’ backside and turns solid ground into a chair. It’s already exceeded its initial $50,000 funding goal …

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Mystery Wearable Tech Google Bought From Fossil Might Have Been Hybrid Watch Stuff – Droid Life

At the beginning of the year, Google purchased some sort of mystery tech from Fossil that they hoped to be able to bring to the market for all to use to help grow the wearable space. Google paid $40 million for it as well as some of Fossil’s R&D team, but up until today, we …

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Global wearable shipments grew 85.2 percent and Apple is on top: report

Global wearable device shipments grew 85.2 percent in the second quarter of 2019, according to the International Data Corporation’s (IDC) ‘Worldwide Quarterly Wearable Device Tracker.’ This tracker includes ‘Hearables,’ which the IDC classifies as a product that operates wirelessly, provide stereo sound, provide language translation, modify audio, track health/fitness and enable smart assistance. Reportedly, hearables …

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