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The Newest Way to Quantify Yourself? Get a Blood Test

Most people view blood tests as a way of diagnosing disease. But your blood is a pretty good indicator of your overall health. It contains a treasure trove of information (called biomarkers) on the current state of your health, some of which can be gleaned from the levels of the vitamins and minerals in it. While you can’t change health risk factors like genetics, you can modify the components of your blood with exercise, diet, sleep, and nutritional supplements.

Can This Selfie Be Saved


Who do we love? Ourselves, methinks. The usage of the word “selfie” has increased over 17,000 percent in the last two years, according to the editors of the Oxford Dictionaries. Scrabble considers it a valid word (only 9 points, though).

For years, my idea of taking a selfie was leaving my house without the kids. But now I know better. A selfie is a self-portrait taken with a mobile device. And it’s not as easy as it sounds. To get a good one you need arms like a gorilla, remember to shoot from above (unless you like nasal hair photos), and pray for perfect lighting conditions. Sickly green skin, noses as wide as the Grand Canyon… just Google “Taking Better Selfies” and you get 12 million results, so clearly it’s not just my problem. 


Living in Digital Times Previews 2015 Innovative Products and Technology Trends for Digital Lifestyles at CES Unveiled New York


With the 2015 International CES® just two months away, Living in Digital Times will present a sneak peek of the hottest technology products and trends today across lifestyle verticals at CES Unveiled New York at the Metropolitan Pavilion in New York City. The annual showcase and networking event brings together dozens of exhibitors and more than 400 media and industry attendees to preview the newest technologies making their debut at 2015 CES in January.

Here are a few of the products that put the spotlight on improved sensors, algorithms, low-energy Bluetooth and the cloud enabling a new generation of cutting-edge devices:

Life360 lets users stay in touch with and keep track of family members anywhere and anytime. It combines a family locator, messaging tool and communication app all in one. The location sharing and in-app messaging technology preemptively provides alerts to Circle members (family and closest friends) when users arrive at or leave certain locations. Users can simply open the app and instantly see everyone in their private Circle located on the map. Users can also message the whole group at once or on a one-to-one basis.

Edwin the Duck is the rubber ducky for a new generation of digital kids. It’s an app-enhanced smart toy designed to strengthen the connection between family members through common goals, daily routines and interactive learning. With technologies that allow him to grow with a child, Edwin comes to life through stories and songs. He also provides convenient features such as a bath temperature sensor, nightlight, waterproof Bluetooth wireless speaker and more.

TellSpec is the world’s first food scanner that can tell users about the composition of their food. The device includes a scanner, proprietary algorithms and mobile app that work together to report what’s in the user’s food directly to their smartphone. TellSpec BETA currently identifies calories, macronutrients (fats, protein and carbohydrates) and limited ingredients, that are present at reasonable concentrations in food.

Doctor On Demand is a healthcare service that provides video visits with board-certified physicians via smartphones, tablets and computers. Patients simply download the Doctor On Demand app and provide a list of their symptoms, and are instantly connected to a doctor licensed in their state for a video visit. Doctor On Demand physicians use video visits to diagnose, treat and write prescriptions for patients when clinically appropriate.

Jaybird Reign is the newest activity tracker from Jaybird. The next-generation fitness monitor, the Jaybird Reign provides automated activity detection to help users understand when they’re active and what types of activity they’re doing. Reign uses automatic sleep monitoring, letting users know how much sleep is needed, and through Go-Zone Heart Rate Variability (HRV) monitoring it knows when the body wants to be active. Reign features a five-plus day battery life, waterproof warranty and a comfort-flex stain-proof soft silicone band that shapes to the wrist.

Together, these products provide a glimpse of the powerful new consumer electronics devices users will be seeing in 2015. CES attendees will be able to get hands on with these new technologies and more at Living in Digital Times’ marketplace exhibits, including Family & Technology, Health & Wellness, Fitness & Technology, Education & Technology, Lifelong Tech, Kids & Technology, Wall of Apps, Augmented Reality Pavilion and Wearables.

CES Unveiled attendees will be able to preview these products and learn more about Living in Digital Times and the conferences, marketplace exhibits and events expected at 2015 CES.

Veteran technology journalist Robin Raskin, founder and president of Living in Digital Times, is set to speak during the 2015 International CES Press Conference about lifestyle technology trends.

CES Unveiled New York  
Tuesday, November 11, 2014  
Metropolitan Pavilion, 125 W 18th St., New York City  
3:45-4:30 p.m. 2015 International CES Press Conference including Innovation Awards Honorees announcement, 2nd Floor  
4:30-7:30 p.m. Networking Reception featuring Tabletop Exhibits, 1st Floor  
Living in Digital Times Tables 31 & 32

About Living in Digital Times:  
Founded by veteran technology journalist Robin Raskin, Living in Digital Times brings together the most knowledgeable leaders and the latest innovations impacting both technology and lifestyle. It helps companies identify and act on emerging trends, create compelling company narratives, and do better business through strong network connections. Living in Digital Times produces technology conferences, exhibits and events at the International CES and other locations throughout the year by lifestyle verticals. Core brands include Digital Health Summit, Fitness Tech Summit, Lifelong Tech, Kids@Play Summit, Family Tech Summit, TransformingEDU, MommyTech TV, Wearables and FashionWare runway show, Mobile Apps Showdown, Last Gadget Standing, Battle of the Bands, and the KAPi Awards. The company also works with various foundations and manages the Appreneur Scholar awards program for budding mobile entrepreneurs. For more information, visit and keep up with our latest news on TwitterLinkedIn and Facebook.

About CES:  
The International CES is the world’s gathering place for all who thrive on the business of consumer technologies. It has served as the proving ground for innovators and breakthrough technologies for more than 40 years—the global stage where next-generation innovations are introduced to the marketplace. As the largest hands-on event of its kind, CES features all aspects of the industry. And because it is owned and produced by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA), the technology trade association representing the $211 billion U.S. consumer electronics industry, it attracts the world’s business leaders and pioneering thinkers to a forum where the industry’s most relevant issues are addressed. Follow CES online at and through social media: