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Ruth Cuadra

IFTF: As Fitbits for Feelings Emerge, Whither Empathy? - 1 views

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    Could empathy in society be enhanced by technology? Could machines sense our emotions better than our friends and family can and broadcast that data to them?
Ruth Cuadra

How wearable tech goes from geek fad to mega-trend - 0 views

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    Google is releasing Android for the wearable tech industry to use. What we'll need soon is not just in getting all these devices to interact with one another using a common operating system but getting these devices to interact with the human body as well.
Ruth Cuadra

Clash over Google Glass shows hurdles facing wearable tech - 0 views

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    The in-your-face nature of the technology has touched a nerve in a society growing increasingly concerned about the invasive nature of new technologies such as wearable gadgets and drones.
Ruth Cuadra

Wearable Technology as a Human Right - 0 views

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    Very interesting commentary on the rise of wearable technology. How do we balance their (potential) use as assistive devices and our privacy rights?
Lisa Eriksen

Three Big Ideas for Post-Smartphone Design, From the Mind Behind Beats by Dre | Wired D... - 0 views

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    Would love this tape measure as I replace all the blinds in my windows.  Could see it very helpful in a museum application.
Ruth Cuadra

Wearable tech is more than just a fad - 0 views

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    As a consumer, it doesn't make sense to fight wearable tech. Fitness and wellness technologies such as Nike+ FuelBand and FitBit demonstrate very digestible ways that regular folks are already wearing technology.
Ruth Cuadra

Apple patent points to platform for wearable sensors, internet of things - Tech News an... - 0 views

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