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Nintendo Could Work On Sleep Measuring Device

10/29/2014, I clearly remember how Nintendo received more than their fair share of raised eyebrows when they first revealed the Nintendo Wii with its Wiimote and nunchuk – some folks felt that those were not exactly the prime example of a regular video game...

Microsoft Health Detailed

10/29/2014, Earlier this evening, we did bring you word about how Microsoft has launched the Microsoft Health app to go alongside the Microsoft Band wearable device. Just what is Microsoft Health all about? For instance, it happens to be a cloud-based service which...

Huggable The Robot Teddy Bear Project

10/29/2014, There is just something about teddy bears that make life a whole lot more, er, bearable – pardon the pun. After all, teddy bears are extremely cute toys to own, and they can be extremely comforting to boot. Here is an idea – how about the...

Google Wants To Get Under Your Skin In The Future

10/28/2014, When Google first started off as a search engine all those years ago, who would have thought or even figured out that it might end up as the tech giant that it is today? It does look as though Google is about to put forward their intention of getting...

Robot Performs Brain Surgery Via Patient’s Cheek

10/24/2014, Yes, we have read about a robot that can help combat malaria, with the potential for robots to provide a brighter future in the fight against the ebola virus, but here we are with a robot which is capable of performing brain surgery – through a very...

Could Robots Help Contain Ebola?

10/24/2014, While we do know that robots are extremely handy when it comes to automating the entire manufacturing process, are there other ways in which robots will be able to help humankind? The bitter fight against the ebola virus is on, and there is a remote...

Medical Equipment Could Get Hacked

10/24/2014, While the digital does come with its fair share of benefits, this also opens up another doorway to it being hacked. According to some U.S. officials, they claimed that they are looking into the possibility of 24 suspected examples of medical equipment...

12-Year Old Creates Robot To Help Combat Malaria

10/15/2014, We’ve all swatted the occasional mosquito, and for the most part they tend to be pretty annoying, but there is also a chance that they could be deadly. They can spread diseases like malaria and dengue, the former apparently kills about 627,000 people...

Fujitsu Image Sensor Recognizes Patient Status Via Image Sensor

10/08/2014, [CEATEC 2014] There is nothing quite like having technology do its bit for society and the world at large. Fujitsu has had its fair share of innovations over at this year’s edition of CEATEC, and one of the technologies developed could prove to be...

15 Year Old Teen Creates Wearable Sensor To Address Alzheimer’s

10/08/2014, When faced with the shock of police who escorted his grandfather, who was suffering from Alzheimer’s disease, home wearing his pajamas, Kenneth Shinozuka decided to do something about it, and sure enough he did. The 15 year old has created a device that...

Basis Peak Health Watch Powered By Intel

09/30/2014, Earlier this year, we managed to catch a glimpse of the Basis B1 wearable device that featured advanced sleep analysis – and it might seem to be a pretty difficult act to follow up. However, that is not quite the case, as here we are with the Basis...

Bellabeat Offers Tracking Devices For Mothers

09/30/2014, Expectant mothers have this particular glow around them, which is a good thing, of course. After all, a happy and joyous mother would more often than not experience an easy pregnancy, and it also bodes well for baby within. Bellabeat has lined up a trio...

Pulley System Incorporated In Bionic Arm

09/29/2014, When it comes to the Six Million Dollar Man fictional character that we have come to know of in the past, that was a huge sum of money back then – and pretty believable too, at least for a starry eyed 7 year old. However, the constant threat of...

Mantis Shrimps ‘See’ Cancer, Is Inspiration For New Camera

09/29/2014, Nature is truly an inspiration for budding scientists everywhere – otherwise, how else would ordinary man get the inspiration to actually take to the skies in the past, so much so that we have been living in the jet age for quite the longest time...