Mountain View-based Play-i is launching a crowdfunding campaign to produce simple robots that can help kids as young as five years old learn basic concepts behind programming.
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A report from the AARP shows that as Baby Boomers age, the number of potential caregivers will dramatically decrease. Policy changes are need to address the shortage, but technology could make a difference too.
Startup Owlet is launching a crowdfunding campaign to bring a sensor-equipped “smart” sock, which monitors a baby’s breathing, to market.
Paris-based digital health company Withings has raised $30 million in a bid to accelerate international growth.
A new report projects that global downloads of sports and fitness apps will climb from 156 million in 2012 to 248 million in 2017.
Sensor technology is making its way into diapers, onesies and other baby gear to give parents a new data-rich window into their babies’ wellbeing. But is that much data really a good thing?
Psychologists are studying the use of sensor-based devices to help treat people with substance abuse problems.
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As the buzz around football and sports-related brain injury grows, startup Brain Sentry plans to release a new sensor intended to monitor head impacts of young athletes.