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Pacif-i Smart Pacifier

01/12/2015, Just when you thought that you would like to insulate your newborn from the world of consumer electronics, along comes something that is known as the Pacif-i. This happens to be a world’s first, or at least it is touted to be so by the manufacturer of...

Neuroprosthetics Could Help The Paralyzed Walk Again

01/11/2015, In the near future, doctors might be able to say with full conviction and confidence to paralyzed patients, “Get up, pick up your bed, and go home. After you settle the bill, that is.” Why do we say so? Aren’t paralyzed patients going to remain that...

VivaLnk Unveils eSkin Thermometer Wearable

01/09/2015, Last year VivaLnk unveiled a digital tattoo in which users would be able to unlock their Moto X handset with. Safe to say that company’s technology has a lot of potential and during CES 2015, the company took the wraps off an eSkin Thermometer. The...

Kolibree Connected Electrical Toothbrush with 3D Motion Sensors

01/06/2015, Kolibree made quite an impression last year at CES when the company showed its connected electrical toothbrush prototype. Today, Kolibree is a product ready to ship and we can see how the real time feedback works on the paired smartphone or tablet....

Siemens Unveils Smart Hearing Aids

01/06/2015, [CES 2015] Hearing aids aren’t exactly a new piece of technology and have been around for quite a while now. However over the years thanks to the breakthroughs in technology, companies have been able to create more sophisticated and more advanced...

New Ebola Suit By Johns Hopkins University

12/22/2014, The battle against ebola is a long one, and there have been casualties on the side of the light. Doctors, nurses, soldiers, and other first responders who are doing their utmost back to stem the tide of the Ebola outbreak in West Africa happen to wear...

Man Controls Two Bionic Arms With The Power Of Thought

12/18/2014, It was just yesterday that we talked about a mind-controlled bionic hand, and here we are with double the technology. This is also a DARPA-funded robotic limb which can be controlled through the power of thoughts alone, although we would be dealing with...

Researchers Use Electromagnetic Waves To Manage Diabetes

12/17/2014, For those who suffer from type 1 diabetes, a regular injection of insulin is required in order for them to remain functional throughout the day. While this has been the way type 1 diabetes sufferers have been managing their illness, the method can be a...

Artificial Skin Could Allow Prosthetic Limbs To “Feel”

12/10/2014, While Stephen Hawking has his reservations about AI being the end of humanity, it is still some ways from a Skynet-like scenario methinks. When it comes to bionic body parts, there has been advancements made over the years – but I suppose we can...

Wireless Eye Replacement Idea Gets The Nod

12/02/2014, Have you seen the classic Six Million Dollar Man series in the past? That was certainly quite a hoot actually, and it does seem to be an impossibility these days when one takes into consideration that $6 million is not going to get one very far in terms...

Robotic Walker Helps Patients Regain Natural Gait

11/25/2014, We have seen exoskeletons like the Honda Walker in the past that will help patients who have difficulty moving about to be able to get around without human help, and this time around, another effort from a research team headed by Assistant Professor Yu...