Intel unveils XMM 8000 series 5G modems, giving rise to speculations about future iPhones with 5G wireless connectivity.
The new XMM 8000 series 5G modems will make their way into a range of devices including PCs, wireless consumer premise equipment (CPE), and automobiles, just to name a few.
Source: Intel Announces XMM 8000 5G Modems, Giving Rise To Rumor About 5G iPhones
Apple stores around the world and online are now selling the FDA-cleared smart blood pressure monitor from San Francisco-based wearable maker Qardio, marking the latest development in the digital health company’s ongoing relationship with the tech retail giant.
Designed to maximize wellbeing during drive time, the Mercedes-Benz “Fit and Healthy” concept adds a variety of new systems to a current S-Class sedan. “Your car should be a fitness machine,” says Ola Källenius, head of group research and Mercedes-Benz cars development. Specially designed seats with built-in massage functions are made out of flexible materials that move with the body to alleviate fatigue. Heart-rate sensors on the steering wheel can help drivers know whether they’re stressed out, and a wearable wristband called the Health Watch measures users’ vital signs and shares data with the car. Mercedes-Benz engineers say this technology can also help to prevent future accidents by detecting medical emergencies such as a loss of consciousness. (mbusa.com)
Source: Mercedes-Benz Fit and Healthy Concept | The Top 10 Automotive Innovations Unveiled at CES 2017
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