Wearable News

Wearable News

A collection of the latest wearable technology news, from leading companies like Fitbit, Jawbone, Samsung and Apple. Follow us on twitter @burntechtv to get the latest news as it happens

Baby Sitter

Photo by Ariel Zambelich/Wired According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, car crashes...

Get instant pulse readings with iSpO2 for iPhone, iPad

(Credit: Jennifer Van Grove/CNET) LAS VEGAS--The iSpO2 by Masimo ports the hospital checkup experience to iPhones and iPads and makes on-the-spot pulse readings available to active...

Citroen DS3 Cabrio

  Once through the tunnel and into France we took a brief detour to visit the World War Two V2 rocket site at Eperleques. This is...

Yahoo hacked: 22million Japanese users under threat

Yahoo Japan is 35.5 percent held by Japan's mobile phone operator SoftBank, and 34.7 percent held by US Internet giant Yahoo! Its...

The next Xbox: What to expect from the ‘720’

ControllerThe Xbox 360’s controller is widely regarded as the finest ever designed. As such, expect very little change to the form. Chances...

Yahoo’s recruits a billion-dollar visionary to lead turnaround

Between that moment and attracting investors including Richard Branson and the 110million or so blogs it now hosts, Karp has built a site often described as...

YouTube turns 8 years old: 100 hours uploaded every minute

The top eight videos on YouTube are increasingly dominated by more professional content as the site focuses on working with major broadcasters. The top comedy video,...

Brain implants let paralyzed woman move robot arm

(Credit: University of Pittsburgh) Jan Scheuermann can't use her limbs to feed herself, but she's pretty good at grabbing a chocolate bar with her robot arm....

Hair clip inspires device that clamps down traumatic bleeding

After three tours in Afghanistan as a trauma surgeon for the Canadian Navy, Dr. Dennis Filips was inspired -- by a simple hair clip...

Early-warning software could reduce false alarms of seizures

Of the 50 million people worldwide estimated to have epilepsy, almost a third do not respond to treatment. Those patients must rely on implantable...