Meet Miiya: a kids wearable that's being designed to nudge kids to be more active, while also offering security features for parents to help alert them if their child has wandered too far away.
<a target="_blank" href="http://misfit.com/">Misfit</a>, the maker of "connected" products including smart home items and its flagship wearable device, the Misfit Shine, has today teamed up with Sw
Android Wear is a platform in progress, as evidenced by Google’s continual updates, bringing features like third-party watch face support and more big changes in periodic updates. One that also
The hardware wearable business is a tough gig, and today brings another reminder: Fitness and activity tracking startup Misfit has announced a new partnership with Beddit, a hardware maker that builds
Apple had some new patent applications related to wearables published today (via AppleInsider) and they all deal with a system in which the iPhone acts as a hub that collects data from sensors in wris
After raising $1 million last year and debuting its smartwear clothing-embedded sensor tech, Montreal-based OMsignal is now ready to start accepting orders from customers. Its first product is the OM
Apps and devices that track motion are of questionable use value - it's true that they provide a general idea of a user's activity level, but that can very wildly from reality, since there's often ver
Toronto-based startup PUSH is hoping to add some professionalism to an essentially amateur space, with its fitness tracker aimed specifically at pros and demanding athletes who want data, not vague me