Author: Tina FeKula

Meet the OrCam MyMe, a tiny device that you clip on your T-shirt to help you remember faces. The OrCam MyMe features a small smartphone-like camera and a proprietary facial-recognition algorithm so that you can associate names with faces. It can be a useful device at business conferences, or to learn more about how you spend a typical day. Read More....

CES has been running for 52 years and if feels like I was at all 51 of them. Like many in the tech industry, I feel like I mostly know what I'm going to get when I arrive at the world's biggest tech show. Cavernous halls filled with the world's biggest brands, dazzling TV displays, wafer-thin computers and futuristic cars that look ready to drive me to space. Read More....

German electronic engineering company Covestro, announced that it had collaborated with Embr Labs on a smart bracelet that can make the wearer feel warmer or colder by 5 degrees Fahrenheit. Covestro, who has its North America headquarters in Pittsburgh will be exhibiting with us at the WT | Wearable Technologies Show MEDICA 2019. The device, called Embr Wave, allows people to hack the way they feel temperature. According to Embr Labs, the bracelet’s scientifically developed waveforms leverages the body’s natural systems to...

There are enormous number of products on display at CES, ranging from the wacky to the fun to the useful to the essential. And some are potentially life saving. So, in between looking at big screen TVs, cool concept cars, robots, home appliances and all the other products on display, I spent my time at the health and fitness-and-wearables area at the Sands Convention Center and spoke with some of the speakers at the 10th annual Digital Health Summit, sponsored by...