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Most of the time when we think of wearable technology we think of clothing that charges our phone battery, lights up, or does some other inane and impractical thing. Atlas however sees the impact of t…

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In the future, patients and doctors will monitor health with data collected constantly inside the body and beamed directly to their mobile device or computer.

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Des bracelets et masques intelligents et de la télématique au sommaire cette semaine. Une actualité high-tech…

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futuretechreport:
“ People Are Interested in Wearable Tech Just Not On Their Face
Top 3 Desired Wearables aren’t on your face, they are on your body:
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• 28% Wrist
• 18%…

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Cortex 3D-printed cast for fractured bones offering an alternative to plaster or fibreglass by Jake Evill at Victoria University of Wellington.

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Batteries the size of a grain of sand could soon be powering our medical implants and autonomous micro-robots, thanks to a development by scientists at

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