The wearables tech industry is projected to grow 64 percent over the next three years, reaching $25 billion in 2019.
Featured cont…Lyte, MYZONE, Moff, Polar, Kiwi wearables, Kuai, Tupelo, VERT, Wahoo, Withings, SCOTTeVEST, OrCam, Huawei Read More, The Source
Last week I joined my Parenting Bytes cohosts Andrea and Rebecca in Las Vegas for the Consumer Electronics Show, a massive annual gathering of companies tiny and gigantic showing their products. Read More, Selfish Mom
What’s the future of the kitchen? It seems like we hear a different answer every year come CES. At CES 2016, Andrea Smith talked with Shannon Blakely of Whirlpool about some of the guiding principles the company is using to guide the development of the appliances of the future. Read More, Chip Chick
If this year’s CES Kids and Technology Marketplace is the pulse of where we are today, it’s clear that developers, investors and brands need to pay closer attention to kids as a valuable vertical. Read More, TechCrunch
As we concluded our panel on The Wizards of Maternal Health kicking off today’s launch of the 2016 Digital Health Summit, co-located with the 2016 CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in Las Vegas, our diverse team concurred that there’s more than enough “technology” on the convention floor. Read More, HealthPopuli
CES 2016 — the Superbowl of the gadget world — has a lot of oddball gadgets on display (like iGrow, a laser-based hair-growth helmet), but there’s plenty of pretty, practical and just plain fun tech there, too. Read More, USA Today