Glucose levels and more are going to be tracked by Apple's Watch

An development in the Apple Watch release, some new incoming designer wearables and the result of a Google's labs crazy dreams are going to be revealed this week.

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Glucose levels read by the Apple iWatch

An amazing reveal has been made which says that the Apple Watch will be able to track the glucose levels by just having it normally on your wrist.

Dexcom Inc is a medical device maker company that created a tiny sensor that goes under the skin. This sensor can be read by an app made also by Dexcom and that can be installed on the iWatch. Diabetics will be able to see their glucose levels whenever they want.

The FDA approved the sensor which is already in use. When the iWatch will be released in April, the app will be just ready to be installed on it.

We also have a guide about the hottest smartwatches and the hands-on Apple Watch review and you are free to check them anytime.

Wearables and Michael Kors

Michael Kors is a luxury handbag maker company that stated its preparing for the creation of wearable tech. Its chief executive said that the company has a strategy prepared to pull it trough.

A partnership is already made by Michael Kors, with Fossil. Also, Intel is working with Fossil for the creation of a new range of smartwatches.

Michael Kors became, suddenly, one of the favourite brands that could make wearable tech. Check out the list of the top fashion designers who already started to work in this field.

An wearable made by Google that will help you smell better

There's a cancer detecting wrist band that was connected to Google's projects. A glade plugin that you can wear is their latest wearable device and it might also be the weirdest.

A movement sensor which orders a web connected air-freshener to pump a pleasing odour into the air as you move is the patent which was awarded on 10 February. Although, it was applied by Motorola Mobility back in 2012.

Social networks will be used by the device to identify the location of the people you know. This feature will help you avoid them but it is very odd and bizarre.

There is a list with the most bonkers wearables if you consider this odd.

Smartwatches embraced by Ryanair

Recently, an airline company wants to create smartwatch apps. The Ryanair company wants to give its customers access to their flight information live and instant on their watches.

A lab has been set out to work with the website and they also agreed that smartwatches could be a better way for customers to reach their flight information.

John Hurley, CTO of Ryanair said that their future plans contain a flight brief for the passenger while he takes a cab or when he goes to sleep in a hotel.

The CTO also said to The Telegraph that people want small pieces of information, not the long info, just a short brief.

A huge rise will be seen in the wearable technology by the travel industry. Wearables like Google Glass or Samsung Gear VR headsets have already been bought by the Virgin Atlantic to be used in their business class flights.