Tech Deserts: Places Without Technology

Tech Deserts: Places Without Technology It is almost impossible to think that there are areas in the world where there aren’t any technology.  However, these places do exist.  Now, we’re not talking about common everyday technologies like a watch or even a car. We are talking about technology that we often associate with in places…

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Wearables in the Education Industry

Wearables in the Education Industry When the Google Glass explorer program was still in full swing, many believed that it held great promise for students and educators alike. Students could record themselves solving problems or conducting experiments for teachers to analyze later and provide feedback. Teachers could also record themselves while they were teaching and…

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Wearables in the Cycling Industry

Wearables in the Cycling Industry Cycling is probably one of the earliest activities to embrace wearable technology. As rudimentary as it may seem, lighted clothing for cyclists to wear at night can be considered an early type of wearable tech. Times have changed, and wearable technology has made some rather impressive advances when it comes…

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Wearables in the Healthcare Industry

As people and caregivers become more comfortable with collecting data through wearable technology, more products will find their way to the market and more physicians will come to rely on them to treat their patients. Working in conjunction with many fitness and lifestyle technologies, wearable healthcare devices may prove to be just as important to our well-being as was the discovery of antibiotics and immunizations.

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