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Valencell Licences PerformTek to Smart Earphones Developer
Valencell Licences PerformTek to Smart Earphones Developer

February 24, 2016 — Biometric wearables developer BioConnected has licensed Valencell’s PerformTek technology for a new biometric earphones product. Read More

A day in the life of Valencell
A day in the life of Valencell

February 1, 2016 — It is likely that you never heard the name Valencell before, even though you may even have had it in your ear or on your arm. Here now is your chance to learn more. Read More

18 Sports Tech Things at CES That I Didn’t Write About
18 Sports Tech Things at CES That I Didn’t Write About

January 13, 2016 — My week at CES is structured around an extensive amount of walking, talking, and photographing.  Which might lead you to believe there’s also an extensive amount of writing, but that tends not to be the case. Read More

7 top trends from CES 2016
7 top trends from CES 2016

January 11, 2016 — Every year, on the plane flight back home from the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I vow to not attend any longer. Read More

CES: Beyond the tech–These 5 innovators are shaping the future of fitness technology
CES: Beyond the tech–These 5 innovators are shaping the future of fitness technology

January 8, 2016 — Typically, CES focuses on showy unveils and groundbreaking new technologies that make attendees "ooh" and "aah," as well as ask, "When can I buy it?" Read More

CES 2016 Q&A: Valencell President LeBoeuf Talks Wearables
CES 2016 Q&A: Valencell President LeBoeuf Talks Wearables

January 7, 2016 — Dr. Steven LeBoeuf is co-founder and president of Valencell, a leading supplier of sensors to the CE market. We asked him to catch us up on the state of the wearables category. Read More

Consumer products at CES aren’t the half of it
Consumer products at CES aren’t the half of it

January 7, 2016 — Organizers of CES boast that nearly 4,000 companies are exhibiting technology for 175,000 visitors. Of those 4,000 companies, about 1,000 work in the Internet of Things arena. Read More

What Was In 2015, And What To Expect In 2016
What Was In 2015, And What To Expect In 2016

December 29, 2015Dr. Steven LeBoeuf, President and Co-founder, Valencell
“Frankly, I don’t believe there were any new technologies launched publicly in 2015 for wearables that rose to the level of “game changer.” However, the explosion of wearables on the wrist, primarily driven by fitness bands and smart watches, is likely the most notable change in the wearable landscape this year.”  Read More

Connecting The Dots Between Fitness And Health
Connecting The Dots Between Fitness And Health

December 22, 2015 — Demand for wearable devices continues to grow at extraordinary rates and the range of form factors continues to expand. IDC recently announced the wearable market grew in the last year selling over 21 million devices just in the last quarter. Read More

CB Insights identifies 5 applications for Internet of Things in healthcare from the sublime to OTT
CB Insights identifies 5 applications for Internet of Things in healthcare from the sublime to OTT

December 22, 2015 — The number of connected devices is truly startling. Gartner estimates that there are currently about 4.9 billion connected devices and expects that to grow 30 percent to 6.39 billion next year. A CB Insights article goes beyond the garden variety wearables we’ve become accustomed to and offers a reminder of just how diverse the applications for these devices in medicine and healthcare can be. Swallowable sensors for me represents the most intriguing aspect of the Internet of Things. It not only opens a whole new way of remotely monitoring patients, but also has huge implications for the ability to assess the dosages of medications on individuals... Read More

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