Jef Holove of Basis Science believes that we’ll have a wide variety of wearable devices.
The ubiquitous sensors on our mobile gadgets are both a blessing and a curse.
Wearable computing like Google Glass is just beginning to invade our lives. Soon, it will be inside our bodies.
Basis Sceince wants to use its lead to race ahead of the rumored Apple iWatch.
Our best pattern recognition reveals the tech trends that will be copied over and over again until someone gets it right.
This BodyMedia Core 2 tracker looks fashionable and has four health sensors.
Google Glass and self-driving cars top our list of things we want to use soon.
Fitness gadgets are getting better at tracking your activity and sleep. Here’s the rundown on a bunch of options.
Editor’s Pick The wristwatch tracks your heart rate, sleep habits, and physical activity.
It’s fitness gadget maker against fitness gadget maker. In February 2012, BodyMedia, maker of the FIT armbands that promote weight loss and health, filed a patent infringement civil action against competing fitness gadget maker Basis. On Monday of this week, three months after the suit was filed in court, BodyMedia served the lawsuit to Basis. Thursday, Basis countered back, telling BodyMedia that its lawsuit claims are invalid.
Editor's Pick The Quantified Self is one of the big trends of 2012, as we noted in our recent summary of the Consumer Electronics Show.