Google Wants To Take Its Search And Apply It To Patient Records

While Google might be known for many different products and services these days, like Android, YouTube, Gmail, and so on, what made the company so popular and is still widely used today would be its search engine. It has evolved over the years to become even better and smarter than before.


Microsoft Develops AI That Can Detect Cervical Cancer A Lot Faster Than Humans

AI has been steadily finding its way into our healthcare industry, where due to its speed and ability to spot things that a human might not, it has been used for diagnosis where it can potentially spot health problems way before they happen or become too serious for it to be treated.


Apple Watch Fall Detection Hilariously Goes Off During James Corden’s ‘Late Late Show’

One of the features found in Apple’s newer Apple Watches is fall detection. What this does is that if it detects that you have fallen, it will prompt you to respond, in which failing to do so will result in the watch calling emergency services on your behalf. We’ve seen this used to great effect in several instances which resulted in several lives saved.


China Imposes Gaming Curfew For Minors

Close to two decades ago, China recognized that gaming could potentially be addictive and as such, they decided to try and curb addiction by placing a ban on certain games and consoles. Eventually those bans got lifted, but it seems that China could be considering imposing new types of restrictions aimed at minors.


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Amazon Echo Buds Could Soon Get Workout Tracking Features

A couple of months ago, Amazon announced their own set of true wireless earbuds in the form of the Amazon Echo Buds. The rumors, leading up to the announcement, suggested that it could come with features like built-in workout tracking, but unfortunately, the earbuds launched without those features present.


How To Turn On Fall Detection On The Apple Watch

The Apple Watch comes with a pretty useful tool in the form of fall detection, and here’s how you can turn it on.


Alphabet Could Be Considering Making A Bid For Fitbit

The wearable tech industry is a pretty crowded one and Fitbit has been an established player for quite a while now. However, it seems that maybe the company wasn’t doing as well as they would like because back in September, we have heard rumors that Fitbit could actually be looking to sell itself.


Researchers Develop Algorithm That Can Help Doctors Detect Brain Hemorrhages

Thanks to science and the advancement of technology, we’re starting to see doctors gain new tools that could potentially help them save lives that they might not have been able to before. Thanks to the work of UC Berkeley and UCSF researchers, it seems that they have developed an algorithm that could help doctors better and faster detect brain hemorrhages.


The World’s Smallest Camera Is The Size Of A Grain Of Sand

Cameras come in all shapes and sizes, with some being huge and bulky where they are used to capture hi-res images, while others are smaller where they can fit into our smartphones, and then there are some that are even smaller where they could be used for medical purposes, such as the OmniVision OV6948.


Thermal Imaging Camera At Tourist Attraction Spots Woman’s Breast Cancer

Diseases are tricky things, where sometimes they can lie dormant for years only to surface when it might be too late to do anything about it. Sometimes we get lucky, as was the case with a 41-year old woman by the name of Bal Gill where it seems that during a recent trip to Camera Obscura and World of Illusions in Edinburgh that she was tipped off that she might […]


Google Will Require Android Phones To Come With Digital Wellbeing And Parental Controls

In recent times, we have started to notice a growing concern about people, especially kids, spending way too much time on their smartphones. This has resulted in companies like Apple and Google introduce tools that allow users to manage their time on their phones, and also more robust parental controls.


Mind-Controlled Exoskeleton Helps Paralyzed Man Walk Again

Our brains are amazing things and we have all see movies where characters can use their minds to control objects or even people. While it might seem far-fetched, there is a grain of truth in such movies, especially when in real-life, we have seen scientists and researchers develop tools that can be controlled using our brain.


Apple Is Looking Into Stretchable Activity Bands For The Apple Watch

Even before the Apple Watch was launched, the rumors that were circulating all suggested that Apple was looking to position the device as the ultimately fitness and health related tool. While we’re not sure it could be considered the “ultimate” device just yet, it has done a pretty good job on the health front where it has managed to save the lives of many of its users.


Intel Hopes To Use AI To Help Paralyzed Patients Regain Movement Again

We’ve seen AI used in the medical industry before, where thanks to the use of the algorithms and machine learning, it can help doctors detect diseases in patients that they might have otherwise overlooked. Now it seems that Intel wants to leverage AI and take it one step further by potentially help paralyzed patients walk again.