In a world inundated with smartwatches, a new company called iBeat has stepped up to the plate. Instead of trying to compete on every level with showstoppers like Apple Watch or Samsung Gear, iBeat’s Watch
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Former Practice Fusion CEO Ryan Howard who founded iBeat two years ago raised $3 million from the venture arms of life insurance giants Transamerica (part of Aegon) and Paris-based SCOR, bringing total
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Kairos and 8VC lead investment committed to supporting the national rollout of iBeat’s cardiac emergency monitoring smartwatch SAN FRANCISCO–(BUSINESS WIRE)–May 2, 2018– iBeat, a health tech company empowering
When the weather is warm enough, I like to go for a quick run up two to three times a week. It’s somewhat meditative. It allows me to focus on the day ahead, and my Apple Watch lets me see how many steps
Fitness trackers typically monitor users’ sleep, activity and exercise patterns. But the iBeat, a new wearable technology, does those things while trying to reduce deaths due to the leading fatality worldwide,
At the startup iBeat, every other weekend is Labor Day weekend. That’s right: The special three-day weekend many of you in the United States are about to relish is a matter of routine for this San Francisco
A San Francisco startup called iBeat has raised $1.5 million in seed funding to make a smartwatch that constantly monitors a wearer’s heart and, in the event of cardiac arrest, checks in on them, and loved