CES digital health

By Brian Dolan January 24, 2013
Last year Misfit Wearables' activity monitoring device Shine met its goal of raising $100,000 on Indiegogo in less than 10 hours after launching on the crowdfunding site. Last week Misfit's two month campaign came to close with about $846,000 raised from almost 8,000 people from 64 countries and all 50 states. All told, the company now has pre-orders for about 10,000 Shine devices, which it aims...
By Brian Dolan January 10, 2012
The biggest health-related news that broke ahead of the massive Consumer Electronics Show (CES) taking place in Las Vegas this week wasn't the launch of some new connected health device or fitness tracker. Instead, the big story (so far) is about an unlikely experiment that a trio of Best Buy stores in the Chicago area are undertaking with health insurance provider Aetna. While the pilot doesn't...
By Chris Gullo January 9, 2012
At CES this week Basis previewed its online portal, a dashboard for its upcoming Basis B1 band wrist-worn device. The dashboard displays the information collected by the device, including calories burned, steps taken, and hours slept, which it also rolls into a number of "points" for an overall index number (out of 100). In a new demo video posted just before CES kicked off this week, Basis CEO...
By Chris Gullo January 9, 2012
Singapore-based Zensorium unveiled Tinke, an iPhone peripheral pulse oximeter device, at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) this week. Tinke is a compact device that measures blood oxygen levels, respiratory rate, and heart rate. It connects to iOS devices via the Apple device's dock connector. Zensorium told Forbes that the device will cost about $100 and should be available for iPhone users in...

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