wearable tech

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Biohacking is the practice of changing our biology and physical situation by employing the hacker ethic -- sharing, openness, decentralization, free access, and world improvement. It's the idea that we can be so much more than we are born with if we just added to our bodies and chemistry.
A dog in China is taking canine fashion to a whole different level with not just one, but two pieces of expensive accessories
Canada's wearable technology companies are fashioning themselves a new niche as global leaders as the sector broadens out
American shoe company Miz Mooz is taking selfies to a whole new level. Say hello to the selfie shoe -- a new innovative footwear
Many industry experts expect the new Apple Watch to bring demand for wearable technology to a new level. It will be interesting to see the level of impact the Apple Watch may have on various industries, including digital marketing.
But Kitchener, Ont.,-based Thalmic Labs has bridged the gap between science-fiction and reality with the Myo, an armband
Despite their growing popularity and a burgeoning market, wearable tracking devices aren't likely to change behavior, according
From Apple Watch to Oculus Rift, 2015 is shaping up to be a big year for wearable technology. Canadian Press reporter Michael
Wearables are running the gamut: technology that can boost activity, keep you connected, and at the end of the day, help you unwind. While I was amazed by the solutions being showcased at Wearable Entertainment and Sports Toronto, the conference left me with more questions than answers about the bigger role of wearable technology in society.