California-based firm Amazfit has introduced its first ceramic-based wearable activity tracker, which assesses biomechanical signals and daily activities.
Wearable tech has grown in leaps and bounds. But it's not just fun - for children with autism, it can be a game changer.
New research from Lux has signaled the need for sports wearables that go beyond tracking and provide direct advice to help users excel in their activities.
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A study from researchers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) and the University of St. Andrews argues how utilising different pressures and inputs could change the design of smartwatch and fitness band interfaces.