If you keep your fitness-related New Year’s resolutions in 2015, it’ll likely be thanks to the new wave of devices and apps that have taken monitoring things like newborn sleep patterns and blood oxygenation from geek hobby to mass-market juggernaut. But what happens when companies have access to the most mundane details about our bodies?
In the past week, two new smartwatches have been unveiled. But neither are running a phone operating system, and both are being marketed largely around their looks.
Despite a lack of consumer enthusiasm for wearables, news outlets are afraid to be left behind again.
Invented by a German artist, this Bluetooth-enabled burqa allows Muslim women who wear the veil to transmit an image of themselves to mobile phones nearby.
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