08 Jan '14, 4pm

Forget the Fitbit. Will Your Home equipped with @CubeSensors Monitor Your Health?

There's little doubt that our homes are getting smarter. We've got thermostats that can monitor our behavior and program themselves in response to our patterns, and lighting controls that can adjust our light levels and energy use in response to optimize our use of natural light. We can manage our systems remotely , tracking performance and setting alarms for unusual data feeds. Heck, we've even got software that not only will monitor whether or not your house is locked , but that also will unlock the front door when it knows you are coming up the front walk. But can your home be an active participant in monitoring your health? Some tech gurus at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES), the ultimate gadget show in Las Vegas, say yes. Jordan Crook of Tech Crunch brings word of CubeSensors , that takes the concept of a Fitbit or Nike Fuelband--devices that monitor your health--a...

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