StopCovid launches tomorrow, and it will not use the API put forward by Apple and Google.
The experimental feature creates a two-metre bubble displayed on top of your real environment.
After a much-hyped debut, the excitement around the UK's coronavirus contact-tracing app has dipped. What happened?
In the midst of all of this economic chaos and sickness and death, NASA is business as usual. That's too bad. If we can cancel our lives, and sports, and everything else, we can end our manned space program
The Samsung Health Monitor app with the ECG function will be available on the Galaxy Watch Active2 sometime during the third quarter.
The Department of Energy’s super-computing facilities are dramatically speeding up the search for a cure for COVID-19 with new kinds of neural network designs and a novel computer from Silicon Valley startup Cerebras.
If you've lost your routine and are struggling to find your new quarantine normal, it's never too late to reset.
Italy was isolated at the beginning of its COVID-19 outbreak. A physicist searching for dark matter found a way out of the alienation by bringing together dozens of colleagues on a ventilator project to fight the disease.
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Your IT continuity risks are evolving in line with your evolving responses to COVID-19. Here are three things to consider when evaluating your virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI).
The Exposure Notification API is included in this update, enabling contact tracing for iPhone and Android phone owners alike.
At Build 2020, Microsoft is taking the wraps off the first of its planned industry-specific clouds, the Microsoft Cloud for Healthcare, which is due to start rolling out in Q4 this year.
Samsung's line of Galaxy Watches support quick release band options and the excellent case maker, UAG, just released three strap options for several models.
There are some extremely expensive cuff style bands for the Apple Watch, but thankfully the folks at Pad & Quill offer an affordable, exquisitely constructed handmade leather option for less than $100. This new Edition one improves upon its previous Lowry Cuff model too.
Wearing your Apple Watch daily means it is out there exposed to contact with various objects so it's not bad insurance to protect that display with a glass protector. ZAGG also includes a bumper to protect the edges of the Apple Watch.
Healthcare, both physical and mental, has become the focus of some vendors at CES this year.
Add these useful, cool tech items to your back-to-school list for 2018.
Have ever quit using a fitness tracker, and if so, why? Here is what respondents to a survey hated about their trackers -- and which came out on top.
Tiernan Ray says the Argonne National Laboratory is accelerating its use of neural networks to find cures for COVID-19 -- with the help of a super-fast computer from Silicon Valley startup Cerebras Systems. Read more: https://zd.net/3gwAuyS
Tiernan Ray says, while under lockdown in Italy at the beginning of the COVID-19 outbreak, scientist Cristiano Galbiato rallied over 100 colleagues from around the globe to help him design a breakthrough ventilator that could spur a new, low-cost supply of the devices. Read more: https://zd.net/2WM8Nug
In hope that it will relieve some pressure off the healthcare system.
Google data scientists constructed a simulation of how super-spreaders, people with above-average numbers of contacts, spread COVID-19. One of the findings of the research is that testing for infection needs to be more selective than simply mass-testing everyone in the population.
Dr. Jason Hallock, chief medical officer, SOC Telemed, sits down with Tonya Hall to talk about ways that the health and tech industries have had to work together in order to safely combat the dangers of the COVID-19 crisis.
The 3D printing company has received emergency clearance to print adapters designed to convert BiPAP machines into ventilators.
Does Apple and Google’s plan to fight COVID-19 go too far, or not far enough? Jason Perlow and Jason Cipriani debate the merits of this controversial partnership in another episode of Jason Squared.
Daphne Leprince-Ringuet explains that the UK's health services is going solo to develop a coronavirus contact-tracing app. Here is why. Read more: https://zd.net/2ziaC8E
ZDNet's Larry Dignan spoke with Phil McClendon, lead product manager for Garmin consumer wearables, and Sean McNamara, who manages sales and marketing for the Garmin Health, about how wearable data can help researchers battle COVID-19.
The first release gives developers the tools and API they'll need to build apps and services to track and alert you of potential exposure.
The app measures blood pressure when paired with a smartwatch.
NHS insists the public's data is safe in the hands of the health service. Privacy campaigners want more detail.
Technology use is up among seniors looking to fend off loneliness. Their changing habits shed new light on why some tools like voice assistants are more useful than others.