By ZDNet Staff
| July 30, 2007 -- 02:04 GMT (19:04 PDT)
| Topic: Innovation
Digital Health and Wellness
How technology can save the NHS
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is official: Here's what's new
Photos: BlackBerrys through the ages
The scariest tech of 2017, period, end of sentence
Samsonite executive: How the right data makes online shopping more personal (CxOTalk interview)
Google Photos can now search for text in your pictures, copy and paste it
The tool could be very handy for finding receipts and Wi-Fi passwords.
Can you digitally measure a smell or taste?
With new funding, novel sensors may change the way products are developed, which smells like progress.
What Amazon Web Services security certification is doing for government
The Australian government is now getting its hands on new technologies to improve citizen experiences.
Google just gave the Android Play Store this new look
Google Play on Android phones gets a navigation bar at the bottom and separate game and app tabs.
This portable, high-bandwidth wireless network works underground
Robots know that tunnels are the nemesis of legacy radio frequency communication.
Fitbit and Singapore to team up on 'smart nation' health project
It is the company's first major integration of its software and technology into a national public health program globally.
Nvidia Rapids cuGraph: Making graph analysis ubiquitous
'Insanely great' Apple Card is a few features away from conquering everything
The more retail and real-world experiences that Apple captures as part of its user experience, the more loyal their Apple Card customers will be.