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The massive privacy threat could affect you as well.
A different kind of hearing aid.
NIST and DARPA are looking for pre-market products that can identify synthetic opioids like fentanyl.
It's a part of the updated precision medicine program.
A precertification system would mean those companies don’t need to do premarket reviews for products.
The IC's research wing is experimenting with wearables and other sensors to optimize employees and their work environment.
One ring to rule them all...
The Sandia National Laboratories are looking for help developing them.
It doesn't even require Wi-Fi.
This wearable tech could improve communication for the hearing impaired.
The public and private sectors must collaborate to secure connected networks of devices and sensors, federal tech professionals say.
The National Science and Technology Council seeks feedback on a health IT framework.
The watch currently has a basic heart rate sensor to monitor a wearer's pulse during exercise, but what if it could do more?
Real-time data can help DHS understand canines.
Homeland Security's K-9 teams might use wearable devices to ensure the dogs aren't injured on the job.
Telecom, internet and manufacturing industry players are gathered in Barcelona this week.
And they connect to the internet
It's hard to track your steps in space.
The device would need to be lightweight and wearable.
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